Galaxy Note Vivo which was subject to a eotdago had a small punched holes display than 10(VIVO) smartphone Vivo S5 (VIVO S5) . It’s a mid-range smartphone, but there are some interesting things about the Vivo S5. Let’s take a peek at that part.
Vivo S5 is a smart phone in South Korea.
First off, the Vivo S5 features a 6.44-inch Full HD + (1080 x 2400, 409PPI) super AMOLED touchscreen with a 20: 9 aspect ratio featuring a front camera with a small punchhole , Qualcomm Snapdragon 712 mobile platform, 8GB of RAM, and 128 / 256GB storage (micro SD) support) , fun touch OS 9.2 (Android 9 pie-based) , over 32 million (F / 2.4) pixels / 48 million back (F / 1.8, a wide angle) only +800 (F / 2.2, the ultra-wide-angle) only +200 (F / 2.4, macro) +5 million (F / 2.4, depth sensor) pixel quad camera, dual band Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac, Bluetooth 5.0 LE, display fingerprint recognition, 4,100mAh integrated battery(22.5W fast charge) ), Etc. I have three colors: Icelandic Blue, Phantom Blue and Star Black.
The 8GB + 128GB model costs 2,698 yuan (about 460,000 won) , and the 8GB + 256GB model costs 2,998 yuan (about 510,000 won) . I am using it, and the aspect ratio is 20: 9, but the camera mode that Samsung will apply to the Galaxy S11 also supports 20: 9 ratio, so I can guess that the aspect ratio will be the same as the Vivo S5. The punch hole position could be centered like the Note 10, but the smartphone that first applied the screen similar to the Galaxy S11, which will appear next year, is the Vivo S5. The Galaxy S11 will be equipped with a 10-megapixel camera, so the camera itself will be a little different, but Samsung’s parts were also used a lot.
In that sense, when Samsung’s new parts come out, it’s a model that shows how Chinese companies are becoming testbeds rather than Samsung testing first. If he’s doing well in China’s domestic competition, will Samsung’s smartphones be more competitive next year?Korea, once a pronoun of testbeds, is now using the testbed of China.