New alterations of the vivo NEX have been popping out left and right. Just the other day, a second vivo NEX S version appeared in a Geekbench score sheet with Snapdragon 710 and got certified a day later. But now, a Chinese 3C certification report lists one more model dubbed as NEX A.
Unfortunately, the listing doesn’t disclose anything overly specific about the three devices – only that they support fast 5V/2A, 9V/2A and 10V/2.25A charging over USB-C. We can assume that the NEX A variant will be a China-specific device while the NEX S and the full-fledged NEX version will go global.
We can say for sure that the top-end model will have the cool periscope selfie camera, a more powerful Snapdragon 845 chipset paired with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage and will likely go for more than $1,000 whereas the more affordable version with Snapdragon 710 and 6GB/128GB memory configuration will settle for a less impressive selfie camera mounted on the chin. The latter is expected to go for less than $800 but, of course, it’s all just rumors for now.
The devices will be launched at an event in Shanghai on June 12 so stay tuned for the official unveiling.