Confirmed: Vivo Nex 3 Will Come With 99.6% Screen-To-Body Ratio

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It has been nearly two months since Vivo Nex 3 started making the headline. Back in July, We came to know that Vivo is working on a device called “Nex 3”. It had claimed the device will be featured with a 90-degree curved display with over 100% screen to body ratio. Later numerous leaks and rumors suggest that the smartphone will retain 3.5mm jack and comes with 5G supports & a “waterfall screen”.

Now a new statement from Vivo Nex Product Manager, Li Xiang, cleared the doubt for the smartphone screen ratio. Through a Weibo post, he confirmed that the device will offer a 99.6% screen to body ratio which has been determined using the industry-standard calculation method. He further said, “NEX3 is the mobile phone with the highest proportion of front screens and no other rival will offer much higher screen ratio display in the next six months”.

Confirmed: Vivo Nex 3 Will Come With 99.6% Screen-To-Body Ratio 1

The Vivo Nex 3 has a schedule to launch on September 16th. There are many sketches already leaked which significantly revealing the Specs of the device.

Vivo Nex 3 specification:

  • The smartphone has a massive 6.89-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with a resolution of 1080×2256 pixels. It also has integrated an in-display fingerprint sensor.
  • Vivo Nex 3 will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ processor clocked at 2.96GHz. The smartphone will be available in 8 GB RAM and 12 GB RAM model with 512GB internal storage in China.
  •  The circular module at the back off the device houses 64-megapixel + 13-megapixel + 13-megapixel triple cameras. For the selfie need, it has a 16-megapixel dual pop-up camera module.
  • It has been packed with a 4,500mAh battery that will support 44W rapid charging technology. The Android 9 Pie OS coupled with the latest version of FunTouch OS will be available on the device. The Vivo NEX 3 will be debuting in 4G-only and 5G-ready models in China.
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