The Vivo NEX 3 will not only look amazing it will also be powerful

Everyone loves a great flagship smartphone and we do have a lot to choose from these years. One of the most interesting ones to launch in the next couple of weeks is the Vivo NEX 3. The handset’s design already leaked, promising a beautiful waterfall screen and a curved body which many users will certainly like. Of course, a beautiful body without any substance would be worthless, so it’s good news that the NEX 3 will be powerful too, so the overall user experience should be more than satisfying. The NEX 3 specs sheet leaked on Weibo today and it looks quite well.

Under the hood of the Vivo NEX 3,there will be the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset we’ve recently seen in some smartphones. Even though these will be two new handsets, the NEX 3 and the NEX 3 5G, it seems that both will have basically the same specs apart from the 5G capabilities. The smartphones will reportedly have rather huge, 6.89-inch displays with 2256 x 1080 pixels resolution, and they will include 8GB or 12GB of RAM, depending on the variant. As for the internal storage, users will be able to opt for 128GB, 256GB, or 512GB variants. A 4,500mAh battery will power the beasts and it will support 44W charging, which will definitely be a useful feature.

The Vivo NEX 3 aims to impress in the camera section too. According to the recent leaks, the handset will sport a 64MP main shooter with two 13MP sensors alongside. These will most likely be telephoto and ultra-wide-angle sensors. The front-facing camera will be a 16MP one. The handset will reportedly sport a 3.5mm audio jack, and there will be a USB Type-C port for charging and data transfer. There is no information regarding the pricing of the upcoming handsets, however, judging by the way the company usually prices its devices, a $700 price tag would seem appropriate. Naturally, the 5G model will cost a little more, probably in the vicinity of $770.

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