Vivo Nex 3: the world's first smartphone with a waterfall screen, Snapdragon 855+ and 5G from $ 810

Today, Vivo introduced in Shanghai its new flagship - Vivo Nex 3. This is the first smartphone

with a “waterfall” screen with two versions - with and without 5G support.

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Complete framelessness

Vivo Nex 3 got a big 6.89-inchWaterfall FullView POLED display with Full HD + resolution. Thanks to the bent edges, the effect of a waterfall is created: the text and images on the screen seem to flow down the body. Of course, the question of the reliability of such a design remains open.

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The display occupies 99.6% of the front panel area. All thanks to the lack of buttons and cutouts: the front camera is located in a drawer, and the physical buttons are replaced by touch buttons with a reverse tactile response. Fingerprint scanner sub-screen.

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What's inside

Inside installed a top-end Snapdragon processor855+, 8/12 GB of RAM, up to 256 GB of storage and a 4,500 mAh battery with 44-W fast charge. And the evaporation chamber of the cooling system will not allow the smartphone to heat up even with heavy use of fifth-generation networks.

Also included is NFC, UFS 3.0 flash memory, WLAN dual acceleration technology that allows you to use two different Wi-Fi networks at the same time, a 3.5 mm headphone jack and a AK4377A Hi-Fi chip.

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The front camera here is 16 megapixel(f / 2.09). The main camera is triple: a 64 MP Samsung ISOCELL Bright GW1 (f / 1.8) sensor, 13 MP wide-angle camera (f / 2.2) and 13 MP optical zoom camera (f / 2.48).

The three main chambers are located on a circular panel that recreates the classic Moon Ring system.

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For the version with 4G and 8/128 GB of memory they ask for $ 707 (€ 641). The 5G version will cost more: 8/256 GB - $ 810 (€ 730), 12/256 GB - $ 877 (€ 800).

Starting today, Vivo starts accepting orders for the new product; sales will start on September 21.

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Source: Vivo