Vivo NEX A review: impressive bezel-less display, huge 6GB RAM and…>

Another variant of Vivo NEX flagship, Vivo Nex A, arrives on our site today with substantial 6GB RAM and dual cameras. Check out the Vivo Nex A review below!

Vivo NEX A review

Vivo NEX A review

Yesterday, we introduced you the Vivo NEX S review with great specs and new technology equipped. Today, we would love to continue with the Vivo NEX A review since it is another notable variant of the series. In details, the Nex A is mostly the same hardware as the NEX S. However; there are two significant changes including the fingerprint reader and the chipset. As a result, the price tag comes at a different rate as well, of course.

First, the under display fingerprint reader is gone, unfortunately. However, Vivo NEX A users still receive the traditional reader mounted on the back. In general, the fingerprint reader is a bit too high up for our tastes. Meanwhile, the tech is faster and less sensitive to the angle of your finger. Also, the pop-up selfie camera still impressed us, alongside the fast performance of the Snapdragon 710 SoC (the lite version of Snapdragon 845).

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Vivo NEX A specs pack a massive 6.59-inch Super AMOLED screen with a resolution of 1080 x 2316 pixels. Meanwhile, the NEX A sports 6GB RAM with 128GB of internal storage (expandable). Regarding the capacity, the NEX A battery rocks a sizeable non-removable 4000mAh juice box and Android 8.1 Oreo with Funtouch OS 4.0. Moreover, the Vivo NEX A camera comes with a dual 12MP (f/1.8, dual pixel PDAF) + 5MP (f/2.4) with PDAF and dual-LED dual-tone flash. Also, the front-facing shooter has an 8MP lens for the selfies.

Vivo NEX A release date and price

According to our sources, the Vivo NEX S and NEX A go on pre-order yesterday, June 13. Besides, both will be in brick and mortar stores on the 23rd. Meanwhile, the NEX A price will be $625 ~ Rs. 41, 053. Do you think that saving $75 is worth losing the coolness factor of the under display fingerprint reader and the Snapdragon 845? Let us know!