Vivo comes with a new variant of its Nex 3 smartphone. As expected, the model will sport 5G connectivity. Vivo Nex 3 5G will feature an octa-core processor coupled with 8GB of RAM. The phone will run on Android 10 out-of-the-box. The listing reveals the phone achieved 921 points in the single-core test and 3369 points multi-core test. The benchmark scores suggest the phone will have Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 processor.
The Vivo Nex 3 5G upgrade has been spotted on Geekbench with the model number V1950A. This is the same model number that was listed on TENAA as well. The Geekbench listing reveals that the phone will run on Android 10, and pack 8GB RAM as well. The smartphone is also spotted to have a chipset carrying codename “Kona” that is largely claimed to be the codename for the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC. The base frequency of the octa-core processor is set to be at 1.80GHz.
Vivo Nex 3 is an amazing smartphone that comes with more than one new feature. It is the first offering from the brand that uses a waterfall display panel. The device has a strong configuration backed by a powerful battery and flash charging speed. The camera is also superb to provide intense photoshoot experience. It is one of the most vibrant offerings but only lacks wireless charging support that should have been included in this range.
This is 8 GB RAM / 128 GB internal storage base variant of Vivo Nex 3 which was expected to available in Black, Blue color.
Some features of Vivo Nex 3 5G
Vivo Nex 3 5G features a 6.89-inch full HD+ display with AMOLED panel. The smartphone has a 6.9-inch OLED display. It comes with 1,080 x 2,256 pixels screen resolution along with a pixel density of 363 PPI. There will also be a 12GB RAM variant since the current variant is available in this configuration with 256GB storage.
The phone sport as many as three rear cameras including a 64-megapixel primary sensor and dual 13-megapixel sensors. For selfies, it’s likely to have a 16-megapixel camera.
Octa-core (2.96 GHz, Single Core + 2.42 GHz, Tri core + 1.8 GHz, Quad-core)Snapdragon 855 Plus8 GB RAM
The Nex 3 5G comes with a 4,250mAh battery.
The phone runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus processor.
Vivo NEX 3 5G Snapdragon 865 variant
The Geekbench listing confirms that the upcoming Vivo NEX 3 5G variant will indeed use the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor. Although the listing doesn’t actually state the model number of the chipset, the scores do suggest that it is the latest flagship. It mentions Kona as the name of the motherboard; to recall, Kona was the Snapdragon 865 on previous Geekbench listings. The phone received a single-core score of 921 and a multi-core score of 3369. These numbers are very similar to the Snapdragon 865 chipset. The listing also shows that the phone is equipped with 8GB RAM and is running Android 10 OS.
Price of Vivo Nex 3 5G
The expected price of Vivo Nex 3 5G is Rs. 69990.
This phone is to be an upgraded variant of the Vivo Nex 3 5G phone, and it is tipped for powered by the Snapdragon 865 SoC.
It will see an upgraded processor, but otherwise, all the other specifications seem to be identical to the Vivo Nex 3 5G model launched in China last September. The two leaks suggest that Vivo looks to upgrade the processor on the Vivo Nex 3 5G model, and relaunch it in markets soon.
In a post on its official Chinese forums, the company said that the rollout of Android 10-based Funtouch OS 10 will start with the Vivo Nex 3 5G on March 14. Thereafter, the update will hit a number of other devices, including the Vivo X27, X27 Pro, Z5 and more.
The initial rollout, however, it limited to the first 4,000 Nex 3 5G users who register between March 6 and March 12 to be part of the company’s public beta-test platform.
The aforementioned Funtouch OS features, the incoming update is also expected to bring a number of native Android 10 features and including improved Smart Reply with more intuitive options for replying to messages, more granular privacy controls that allow users to set exactly when and how apps can access user data, and of course, the elusive system-wide native Dark Mode that Google finally rolled out last year.
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