Vivo Nex 3 5G Hands-On: Like A ‘More’ Version Of Samsung’s Note 10

The Vivo Nex 3 and its "cascade" screen is loaded with bends. 

Ben Sin 

Vivo has presented its most current lead, the Vivo Nex 3, and subsequent to testing it for a few hours today, I think the most ideal approach to portray it is that it resembles a beefed-up, "additional" variant of Samsung's Galaxy Note 10–without the stylus, notwithstanding.

I state this not on the grounds that the Vivo Nex 3's enormous feature getting highlight is the ultra-bended OLED screen that has for some time been synonymous with Samsung Galaxy telephones, yet the telephone just offers a spec sheet that is overstuffed and offers "more" of everything.

We should take a gander at the specs first: the Nex 3 has a 6.89-inch bent OLED screen; is 5G-prepared; keeps running on Snapdragon 855 Plus; has a 4,500 mAh battery; has a triple camera framework featured by a 64-megapixel sensor, and supports 44W quick charging. Gracious, the Nex 3 has an earphone jack, as well, with an AK4377A Hi-Fi sound DAC (computerized to-simple converter). These are for the most part specs or highlights that pushes out what Samsung's big cheese telephone is advertising. Clearly, the Note 10 still has a stylus to separate itself from others, yet the Nex 3 is otherwise offering "a greater amount of everything," which in years past was Samsung's M.O.

The Vivo Nex 3 has a glass back with a triple camera framework featured by a 64-megapixel sensor. 

The triple-camera framework. 

The Nex 3 likewise comes in this silver shading. 

The ultra-bended screen, as of now named "cascade screen" by Chinese media for the manner in which the sides drastically bend and slant off the sides, was first prodded by Oppo a month ago, and everything except affirmed to be utilized by Huawei's forthcoming Mate 30 Pro handset, as well, yet Vivo has beaten the two organizations to dispatch.

The presentation board, which has a goal of 2256 X 1080 (with the goal that's more than 1080+) sure looks a la mode, as the side bezels are for all intents and purposes non-existent, and visuals on the screen resemble it's overflowing the sides. Yet, probably the greatest grumbling of the past bent screen was that the shape brought about expanded incidental palm contacts.

The Nex 3's "cascade" screen has sensational arches on the two sides. 

I'm glad to report that Vivo has worked admirably with palm dismissal programming, at any rate during my hour of testing. I intentionally held the telephone tight so my palm was obviously contacting the sides of the screen and it didn't meddle with the showcase's touch affectability. I additionally experienced almost no incorrect contacts during my time with the gadget.

In spite of the fact that the screen's 6.89-inches is among the biggest we've at any point found in a cell phone, because of the extraordinary arch, the telephone fits into my palm rather effectively. It is somewhat taller and skinnier than expected.

The general equipment configuration is spotless, well-made and in accordance with what we've generally expected from Vivo. The glass back has a reflexive completion, and the inside put camera module look more even and as I would see it aesthetically satisfying than the iPhone 11's askew square module.

The Vivo Nex 3 (ideal) next to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus. 

The Nex 3 likewise overlooks physical power and volume catches, rather it uses contact delicate boards that Vivo originally prodded before in the year. (Having no side catches was additionally supposed for the Note 10 however didn't wind up being valid). There is a strong vibration engine near where the computerized catches are so when squeezed they do radiate a material inclination as though I am squeezing a genuine catch. All things considered, the volume keys could be elusive when you're attempting to modify volume while in a hurry. I don't know I'm a devotee of touch-delicate catches.

Then camera framework appears to be fit, featured by a 64-megapixel sensor from Samsung that can be utilized to shoot pixel-binned 16-megapixel shots or clear 64-megapixel pictures. The wide-edge focal point likewise serves as a large scale focal point for closeup shots up to 1.4cm. Like Oppo's Reno 2, the Nex 3 can likewise accomplish good 20X zoom utilizing information aggregated from the zooming focal point and furthermore 64-megapixel sensor.

I just had two or three hours with the gadget in a controlled situation, so's everything I have for the time being. I will test this telephone completely throughout the next couple of weeks so anticipate a full audit then. Some portion of my last assessment will rely upon this present telephone's valuing which as of the time of this composing Vivo didn't reveal. On the off chance that this falls into the standard moderately reasonable $700-$800 territories, then the Nex 3 is a convincing alternative over the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, yet in addition Huawei's Mate 30 Pro, which is propelling in a couple of days time however likely without Google applications out of the container.
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