Vivo Z3i Introduced: Waterdrop Notch, SoC Helio P60, 6GB of RAM and price of $345


The Chinese company Vivo has introduced a new smartphone with a Waterdrop-shaped notch. The device was called Vivo Z3i and supplied with spectacular gradient colors.

The display of the smartphone supports Full HD + resolution and has a rather large 6.3-inch diagonal, based on the IPS matrix.

Inside, the new Vivo Z3i has a lot of interesting stuff – 6GB RAM, 128GB drive, MediaTek Helio P60 processor on eight cores with a Mali G72 MP4 video card, as well as a microSD slot up to 256GB and a 3315mAh battery. The battery supports fast charging, but the presence of wireless charging is not mentioned.

In the Z3i they placed two cameras 16MP and 2MP on the rear panel, and the third module with a resolution of 24MP was placed on the front panel above the screen.

Unlike the V11 Pro, the new Vivo Z3i doesn’t include the in-display fingerprint sensor, instead comes with a rear mounted sensor to unlock the phone. The cost includes the OS Android 8.1 Oreo and all standard communication modules, including LTE on two SIM-cards.

Smartphone Vivo Z3i goes on sale before the end of this month in pearl and blue gradients. The price of the issue will be a considerable $345 when ordering from the Middle Kingdom, and here it is not entirely clear why such money.

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