Vivo NEX 3 Smartphone

Vivo NEX 3 Smartphone Review

A year ago, Vivo demonstrated it’s capacity to develop and lead the smartphone industry with new highlights like the in-show unique mark sensor and the full-screen show with the first Vivo NEX. At that point came the Vivo NEX Dual Display, an idea smartphone (which never propelled in India) with an extra show at the back. Presently, with the Vivo NEX 3, Vivo carried extraordinary bends to the showcase, evacuated every one of the catches and included a 64MP camera the back. Does it consider front line advancement? Allow’s find to out.


The principal thing you’ll see about the NEX 3 is the showcase. It’s widely inclusive and takes up the most measure of room on the smartphone. It doesn’t stop at the edges. Rather, the board bends strongly down the edges and nearly folds over the body. You’ve seen the bent screens on the Samsung Galaxy leads and the OnePlus 7 Pro. Presently envision them on steroids! The screen bends a sheer 88-degrees on the sides and stops barely shy of gathering the backboard. That takes into account a crazy 93.6 percent screen-to-body proportion.

Vivo considers it the “Cascade FullView show”. It’s a P-OLED (keep going seen on the LG V40 ThinQ), which means it’s basically made of plastic which is the thing that enables the screen to bend that pointedly. The goals are FHD+ with HDR10 affirmation. The hues on the board do look pleasant, yet they aren’t exactly dynamic enough except if you set the brilliance levels to the maximum. Yet, what Vivo expectations will persuade a great many people to purchase the smartphone are the new capacities that the bent screen brings to the table. One, the edges light up as you get a call or a warning in a manner, not by any means the Galaxy S10 can. Second, the edges enable the smartphone to go without a button. Utilizing a mix of haptic criticism and contact, the NEX 3’s volume and power catches are basically on-screen catches. There is a minor power button on the top which is intended to be utilized if the presentation neglects to work not surprisingly. I do very like the vibration input, however. The thunder is similarly as solid as an iPhone. However, I couldn’t flop yet see a couple of glaring irregularities. The sharp edges show immense staining and keeping in mind that viewing a video, it’s considerably progressively apparent. To counteract this, you should confine the video inside the level piece of the board and not enable it to bend. Moreover, while gaming, the palm dismissal on the edges is negligible and as a rule, I wound up inadvertently squeezing a catch I would not like to press.

Be that as it may, irregularities aside, the NEX 3 looks entirely great. It’s powerful, attributable to its metal and glass unibody plan. While the front is all showcase, the backboard houses a somewhat enormous round camera module lodging three cameras organized in a triangle. There are the NEX marking and the blaze unit. There’s nothing more to it. The edges are additionally not sharp at all and the smartphone feels really great in the hand. Despite the fact that becoming acclimated to the no-button body requires significant investment. Additionally, the smartphone is so tall you can overlook utilizing it one-gave.


Proceeding onward to the presentation, that is one thing Vivo guaranteed stays top-class. Like each other NEX arrangement smartphone, the NEX 3 accompanies the most recent and best equipment inside. The Snapdragon 855+ is at the core of the thing combined with 8GB RAM and 128GB UFS 3.0 stockpiling. That makes the smartphone similarly as quick as some other leader propelled in the second 50% of the year. There’s additionally a Hi-Fi DAC inside for improved sound. A 4500mAh battery keeps the lights on with help for 44W quick charging.

Presently, while the equipment is first class, it’s Vivo’s FunTouch UI that hinders it from going up against any semblance of the OnePlus 7T Pro. FunTouch OS feels matured, childish and youthful before something as refined as OxygenOS. Progressively, with equipment getting to be immersed at the top level, it’s the product experience that is separating smartphones and it is in this urgent angle that the Vivo NEX 3 neglects to satisfy its lead tag. The smartphone is loaded up with uncalled for bloatware, some of which can, fortunately, be uninstalled. At that point, there are the undue suggestions to iOS (that too for a more established form). Searching for the speedy settings tile over the notification bar? It’s not there. Rather, you need to swipe up from the base to get to an iOS-like Control Center where basic alternatives like Wi-Fi switch, versatile information, and the preferences are covered up. Vivo additionally offers its own Jovi AI right hand over Google Assistant.


It’s the camera on the back of the smartphone that maybe can be a valid justification to get it. It’s one of the more up to date 64MP camera smartphones with an f/1.8 focal point, which is joined by a 13MP fax camera with 2X optical zoom (with an odd f/2.5 opening anyway that makes certain to underexpose photographs in low-light) and another 13MP ultrawide camera with f/2.2 gap. On the front, you get a 16MP selfie shooter housed in a huge spring up module combined with a delicate blaze.

The camera equipment is positively noteworthy with Vivo going for unquestionably the most recent tech accessible. What left me astounded was the capacity to take RAW photographs in the default 64MP sensor readout in the Pro Mode. Gaining admittance to such information gave us a superb look into how the high-res sensor functions. We will return to the equivalent in another article later on. There’s additionally a committed Night Mode and a Portrait Mode which accompanies its very own AI collaborator that shows how the model should posture and how to outline the shot. That was quite perfect and I have an inclination it will be valued by individuals who are enthusiastic about photography yet don’t think a lot about the interest.

What’s absent in the camera is the adjustment of any kind. EIS or OIS. That outcomes in recordings that are insecure as it so happens, despite the fact that you can take shots at 4K at 60 FPS. Zoomed outlines additionally need to hold with enduring hands to counter the shake. For a smartphone as costly and premium as this, the absence of adjustment could hurt its prospects in the market.

Generally speaking, having invested some energy with the Vivo NEX 3, I really wanted to acknowledge how advanced and premium the smartphone looks, however, it’s just when I really began utilizing it did I see every one of the weaknesses. The plan doubtlessly denotes the future with increasingly more OEMs deciding on the bent course, yet except if things like edge staining and palm dismissal are improved, the street may bend to an impasse. Something else, the NEX 3 feels premium, quick and can take some really great photographs. We will go more inside and out into the smartphone once it dispatches in the market.

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