The sales of the entire mobile phone industry has entered a downward trend since the beginning of last year. The cold winter of the mobile phone industry has faced great challenges. And the competition among manufacturers has also entered the zero-sum stage. Fullscreen, AI and 5G have become new features for mobile phone manufacturers to chase. Artificial intelligence, with its inherent advantages, will become an important technology trend for the future development of mobile phones beyond doubt. It can be said that whoever first uses artificial intelligence to solve the pain points of users, who will break out.
From APEX to NEX, Vivo’s products strongly countered the market’s doubts about its only good at marketing, especially the Vivo NEX which has already achieved mass production. Whether it’s from the comments of domestic and foreign media, the popularity of public opinion, or the results of the initial release, Vivo NEX has performed very well. The fullscreen that doesn’t follow iPhone X’s screen and almost completely satisfies people’s imagination is undoubtedly the most intuitive highlight.
What is Jovi?
According to Vivo’s introduction, Vivo’s AI is named Jovi, which means enjoy Vivo’s AI, and it is regarded as a AI that understands what you want. Vivo NEX is equipped with its own artificial intelligence engine AIE, integrates hardware such as CPU, GPU and DSP, and software such as Android NN and Hexagon NN, as well as AI algorithms supporting multiple design languages. The most intuitive effect of this is reflected in the use of software and hardware system operations, making it possible to bring a more stable and enjoyable experience when using AI for system resource calls, backlight monitoring, smart mapping, and game engine optimization.
Physical Waking Up or Voice Waking Up?
Vivo is equipped with a separate AI entity button on the NEX, which is used to trigger a smart map with a short press and a long press to wake up the voice assistant. This adds a more low-key wake-up mode. This is also an interpretation of Vivo’s needs for users. The Vivo NEX has a built-in Jovi S801 AI voice chip. In addition to being able to receive user’s wake-up orders more sensitively in complex environments, it also allows the NEX to accurately identify the user’s voice, and the power consumption is also lower than conventional microphones.
Some people who like physical waking up think that as long as a physical key is enough, voice wake-up button can even be directly cut off. In fact, compared to using physical buttons, using voice to wake up is more in line with operational logic and intuition. Whether or not the AI entity key will be removed in the future and when it will be removed depends on the market but not the manufacturer.
The current AI of Vivo Nex has problems with inaccurate recognition. However, AI is a very good development direction. Vivo Nex can give full play to its inherent advantages, and it can even have a broader imagination.