Vivo with two screens checked for maintainability and durability (3 photos + video)

YouTube-blogger Zack Nilsson decided to explore the strength and analysis of the Vivo Nex Dual Display Edition smartphone with a dual display, a fingerprint scanner integrated into the screen.

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The disassembly procedure was complicated by the presence of eachside of the smartphone its display. As a rule, smart phones with glass backboard are disassembled from the back side. So Zack Nilsson, in this case, began precisely with her. When she tried to pick up the back panel with a knife, she cracked. From her even broke a piece of glass. The front of the device was more pliable. However, the analysis requires utmost care, otherwise the contacts will be damaged. It is curious that the smartphone, divided into two parts, continues to function. You can even switch between them, as in traditional use.

The main elements are fixed on the main display with6.4 inches diagonal. All components are modular, easily detachable. To completely disassemble the smartphone, you need to unscrew a lot of screws inside the case. Studying the smartphone stuffing, the blogger noticed protection from water ingress inside the USB connector, the slot for SIM-cards and the dynamics. And this is despite the fact that the device does not have an official IP rating. Investigated a blogger and a fingerprint scanner placed on the screen. This is a special camera that photographs a finger through a small transparent area in the display. In the final, Nilsson assembled the gadget back and tested his work.

Note that a little earlier a blogger experiencedStrength Vivo Nex Dual Display Edition. The glasses of the smartphone itself turned out to be very durable and did not allow scratches on them. But the same can not be said about the protective film attached in the kit. The smartphone bending test was also successful, and after the procedure it continued to function normally.