The latest iteration has a 6.45-inch curved display that bends at an angle of up to 120-degrees on both sides, resulting in an ultra-narrow bezel and a futuristic aesthetic. Like the 2019 incarnation, ports and physical buttons are nonexistent, instead that latter is replaced with virtual pressure-sensing buttons. As its predecessor did, the Apex 2020 has a dual-lens camera setup, but this time around, Vivo managed to cram a 16-megapixel selfie camera inside the display. This marks the first time Vivo has unveiled a so-called under screen camera, effectively killing any need for a notch. It appears to be identical, to the "under screen camera" technology debuted by Vivo's sibling, Oppo, which is owned by the same parent company. But it's worth noting Oppo never released a phone with the camera technology that consumers could actually purchase, and APEX handsets aren't made for production either.