Vivo Z3i has been launched for a price tag of $347, which when roughly translated to INR comes around Rs 25,572.
- The Vivo phone comes with dual camera setup on the rear panel.
- Vivo Z3i has been launched for a price tag of $347.
- The Vivo Z3i also comes with waterdrop notch display.
Vivo is on a roll and it doesn’t seem to stop any time soon. The Chinese smartphone manufacturer launched a new smartphone in its home market on Thursday. The Vivo Z3i. The smartphone looks a lot like the recently announced V11 from the outside but differs inside. The phone comes with waterdrop notch, minimal bezels, and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.
The Vivo Z3i has been launched in China and as of now, there’s no word if the phone will come to India or not. The smartphone has been launched for a price tag of $347, which when roughly translated to INR comes around Rs 25,572. Vivo recently launched a bunch of new smartphones in India including the V11 Pro, the V9 Pro and the V11.
Coming back to the newly launched phone, the Vivo Z3i comes with a glass design and there are metallic inserts which make the phone look beautiful and sleek. Just as the V11 Pro, the V9 Pro and the V11, the new Vivo Z3i also looks stunning. The Vivo phone comes with a 6.3-inch IPS LCD panel, which might disappoint a few considering the V11 Pro which also belongs to the same price segment packs a S-AMOLED screen.
The display of the Vivo Z3i has a Full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2280 pixels. Like the newly launched V11 series the Vivo Z3i also comes with waterdrop notch display which equips the selfie camera in it. The smartphone runs Android 8.1 Oreo with FunTouch OS on top and is powered by a 3,315mAh battery.
On the hardware front, the Vivo Z3i is powered by a MediaTek Helio P60 chipset paired with 6GB RAM and 128GB of internal storage which can also be expanded further via microSD card. The Z3i comes in two colour gradients — Millennium Pink and Aurora Blue.
The newly launched Vivo phone comes with dual camera setup on the rear panel. The phone equips a primary sensor of 16-megapixel and secondary sensor of 2-megapixel. On the front, the Vivo Z3i sports a 24-megapixel sensor which is also used to unlock the phone using the face. 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.