Vivo Nex 3 is about to be revealed soon, but prior to that happening, Vivo has handed over a set to British YouTuber Arun, AKA Mrwhosetheboss, who did the first ever Vivo Nex 3 unboxing. While it is an unboxing, it is still somewhat a teaser and so, much of the details are not disclosed yet.

However, I’d say it is a good enough glimpse of what to expect. Don’t pretend to be surprised by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ and possibly 8 or 12 GB of RAM. At the end of the day, most people are immune to the specs, so to speak. I mean, lets be honest here. Most flagship devices, if not all, shared the same specs with some variation here and there. I think you get where I am going.

Anywho, it is the design and new innovative tech like, in the recent past, in-finger display and in-display camera, that gets people excited. Speaking of innovative tech, the Vivo Nex 3 is, as seen in the video in all its near-full screen glory, the first to the market with “waterfall” display – a tech which Oppo first teased late last month.

Vivo Nex 3 Smartphone Unboxing Video

And then there is the virtual power button conveyed through ridged area of sort, while the “volume keys” above and below it. Oddly, it has a secondary power button up top as well. There’s no groundbreaking in-display selfie camera as I was half expecting.

Instead, Nex does what it best known for: a pop-up camera and thankfully, it still has a headphone jack. I suspect it is possible for Vivo to keep the headphone jack because of the thickness required by a pop-up camera phone.

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Anyways, those about it you will learn about this phone for now. No, wait. Arun also put the phone through its 5G paces too. So, yeah, it is a 5G device. Keep going for the said video and witness Arun showing what the device can do without revealing details that Vivo does not want us to know yet.

Images: YouTube (Mrwhosetheboss).

Published by Mike chua

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