Anonymous, 14 Jan 2019So instead of a small cut out on the front you pay for a complete extra display on the back.. ... moreYou don't like it, then leave it.
There are thousands of other phones out there.
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2019So instead of a small cut out on the front you pay for a complete extra display on the back.. ... moreyes.. flip the phone for a selfie .. it is very clever.. ! rear cameras are better .. and i find this phone a very good phone.! you have space for another display ? awesome.. what u do with your rear glass on your phone ? ohh nothing.. i see
that s a moronic design, the "old" vivo nex is better, more battery, better solution to notch, and now is 500 dollars or less, so dont buy this dumb phone!
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2019So instead of a small cut out on the front you pay for a complete extra display on the back.. ... moreI concur, I think this is an interesting and innovative design choice, but it depends what the user is trying to accomplish. You can map controls to the back of the phone, for easier one-handed use (and not having to block your vision interacting with front of phone. This is great if you are trying to use the phone as a gamepad or a remote control for a project (i.e. drone). This also means you only need realistically one powerful camera, and you don't have to add a selfie cam for people who don't care.
Normally I'm one to laugh at most new designs as they build phones for the general population, and I think the general population is a little dense when it comes to technology. That being said, I think this is an interesting device with some real-world use.
Also, if you want to make Android phones in a growing market like China, you either think very far outside the box, or you clone.
It turned out better than i expected. I was expecting a mediocre battery endurance but reality is quite better. It obviously has it's downsides (camera, software, etc), but most of the hardware & design is well done. I think it's good overall.