Thanks to the sliding and rotating camera system, the Galaxy A80, Oppo Reno or Zenfone 6 have a border-over screen, providing a better experience when watching movies and playing games.
|Galaxy A80 shelf in Vietnam at the beginning of July with a price of 15 million VND. This is Samsung's first smartphone with a completely screen-front, no-top or perforated screen. The machine is designed with automatic sliding mechanism. When users use the selfie feature, the phone will automatically slide up and rotate the rear camera to the front. Galaxy A80 has a large 6.7-inch screen, Full HD + resolution, uses Super AMOLED panels.|
|Huawei Y9 Prime 2019 launched in Vietnam at the end of June for VND 6.5 million. This is Huawei's first smartphone equipped with a selfie slider camera, which optimizes the front display space. It has a 6.6-inch screen, Full HD. The screen border of this model is made thin. However, the configuration of the device is not too strong and the back is finished with plastic material instead of glass like some competitors.|
|Oppo Reno being sold for VND 13 million. This model was launched in Vietnam in June. It has a borderless screen design, 6.4 inch, Full HD size. If the Galaxy A80's screen delivers a vibrant feel, Reno offers more realistic colors. The device has a "shark fin" selfie camera hidden under the top of the camera. Camera opening speed is relatively fast. When external forces are encountered, the system will automatically close.|
|Asus Zenfone 6 owns the same design as the 2013 Oppo N1 model with the rear camera group capable of turning to the front. This allows to optimize the front display space. This camera cluster has a resolution of 48 MP and 13 MP. The screen of the device is 6.4 inches, using an LCD panel, the edges are made significantly thin. Asus has yet to reveal the launch date of this model in Vietnam.|
|Vivo V15 cost 7 million. Selfie slider device using 32 MP. It has a 6.5-inch screen, Full HD + resolution, frame rate of 19.5: 9, accounting for 90.95% of the front area. The weakness of the Vivo V15 comes from a selfie camera that is not equipped with a sensor, so when the user is taking a photo and accidentally dropping it, the camera does not close itself.
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