With its automated fly up selfie camera that was first uncovered back at MWC in February, the Vivo Nex has helped commenced what may be the our most loved cell phone configuration pattern of 2018 – one that is at long last observing telephone producers dump the subsidiary 'score' screen patterns that have turned into very basic since Apple divulged the iPhone X a year ago.
Chinese telephone producer Oppo has just emulated Vivo's example, having reported its own cell phone with fly up camera configuration a week ago in the Oppo Find X.
Be that as it may, while that outline is verifiably a slick answer for what numerous see to be a plan trade off, the fly up selfie camera has carried with it new concerns in regards to the arrival of moving parts in cell phones, which could be inclined to separating with drawn out or visit utilize.
It's what's inside that matters
Anxious to discover how the Vivo Nex's fly up camera works, the group at MyFixGuide has played out an inside and out teardown of the gadget, uncovering the greater part of the segments that cooperate to control the element.
While it may not totally alleviate fears around wear-and-shred of the pop component, the teardown reveals a strong looking winding stepper engine framework on one side of the camera, alongside a spring beside it that goes about as a pad for when the instrument reaches out, and additionally for external weight.
Alongside a careful take a gander at the Vivo Nex's camera parts, the teardown likewise investigates different territories of the telephone, including the direct vibration engine that works with the screen to create sound for the gadget's headphone, and its one of a kind in-screen unique finger impression scanner.
Underneath you'll discover a few pictures (cordiality of Chinese site Zol.com) which demonstrate the different parts that make up the Vivo Nex's selfie camera. For the full teardown, go to MyFixGuide.