Vivo has released the concept model Vivo APEX 2020 for next-generation smartphones.
Mobile exhibition event MWC 2020 has been canceled due to the impact of the new coronavirus.
The packed new technology corrects the camera shake by moving the camera module itself in the rotation directionGimbal structure cameraIn the periscope structure5x to 7.5x real optical zoom, Hidden behind the display, invisibleIn-display camera, Wrap around to the left and right back side instead of completely bezelless120 degree full view edgeless display, Wireless 60W super fast charging, completely portless, etc. Of course it is 5G compatible.
Although there are various concept models, vivo APEX is a series showing new technologies that can be actually manufactured at this time. APEX will not be marketed as it is, but the technology may or may not be introduced into new products in the future.
The rear camera has a dual configuration of "48 megapixel gimbal camera" and "16 megapixel 5-7.5x optical zoom camera".
Although optical image stabilization, which corrects camera shake by moving lenses and sensors, is adopted by each company, in APEX 2020, the camera module itself moves independently, like a gimbal, and corrects movement in the direction of rotation. According to Vivo, the effect is "200% of the conventional optical image stabilization ratio."
The telephoto camera has a periscope structure in which the optical system is bent like a periscope, and the point is that it achieves both high-magnification zoom and thinness. Instead of connecting multiple fixed-focus cameras with different magnifications with software complement, it emphasizes real continuous optical zoom.
The display is a "120 degree full view edgeless display". It is not unusual for a smartphone to have the edge of the screen curving left and right, but APEX 2020 has a structure that passes over the side and wraps around to the back.
Not only are there no left and right bezels when viewed from the front, but you can also see part of the screen when viewed from the side or from behind.
There are no terminals, and there are no physical buttons on the side due to this structure, but a part of the display functions as a pressure-sensitive button. If you don't consider the ease of operation and the impact resistance of the side, it looks really futuristic.
Because this display covers almost the front, the front camera is an in-display camera hidden behind the display. There is no so-called notch or notch.
The in-display camera increases the aperture ratio of the display on the lens surface (the ratio of taking in light) to 6 times that of conventional models, and performs post-shooting correction using software to shoot in the same way as a normal camera.
Although there was technology for cameras under the display before, it seems likely that whether or not to ride on a future commercial model will depend on whether or not the actual image quality is at a level that is recognized by self-shooting-oriented people.
As with the notch, there is no speaker hole, and the screen itself uses screen sound cast technology that vibrates. There are also examples of adoption by other companies, and it is the third generation as Vivo, but this time it is said that bass and directivity have been improved.
Since there is no terminal, charging is only compatible with wireless. In principle, wireless charging is less efficient and slower than direct connection, but APEX 2020 supports a slightly scary output of 60W. Full charge in 20 minutes. However, the battery capacity itself is 2000mAh, which is quite small for a recent large smartphone.
Other basic specifications include a Snapdragon 865 processor, 12GB RAM, and 256GB storage. Regardless of the significance of the amount of RAM on non-commercial terminals, it's a high-end figure.
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At least some of these technologies will somehow be included in future Vivo smartphones.
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