The 5G version of NEX 3 is equipped with the latest antenna technology and artificial intelligence developed by the Chinese company
Vivo, Chinese smartphone maker, is dedicating itself to the development of 5G phones. The experts’ work is aimed at improving and implementing two smartphones that can work with super-fast wireless technology. Production times? Less than a month.
The company, in fact, presented Monday the 5G and 4G versions of NEX 3, the latest product of its premium NEX series, about 25 days after the launch of its first 5G iQOO Pro smartphone.
With 5,698 yuan (about $ 806.4) it will be possible to secure the 5G version of NEX 3
The flagship 5G smartphone is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 Plus and features a 6.89-inch “fullview” cascade display, a 64-megapixel main camera and a 4,500 mAh battery to meet 5G power needs.
At the price of 5,698 yuan (about $ 806.4) it will be possible to secure the 5G version of NEX 3, equipped with the company’s latest antenna technology and artificial intelligence. Furthermore, the smartphone is designed to support the 5G networks of the three main telecommunications operators in the country.
Smart features, powerful cameras and 5G compatibility have become emerging battlefields for smartphone competitors in China, as the market is seeing a slowdown due to its saturation.
The smartphone market in China needs a breath of fresh air
Many of the most important smartphone manufacturers – including ZTE, Huawei and Samsung – have launched 5G phones in China after the government gave the green light to the commercial use of the new technology in June. Vivo, based in Dongguan, said it had applied for over 2,000 5G patents and was already conducting research and development for the new 6G technology.
The smartphone market in China needs a breath of fresh air. Shipments have actually fallen by 4% compared to a year ago in the first eight months of 2018 to 240 million units, including 291,000 5G phones, while nine 5G phones were released during this period, according to the Chinese Academy of Technology information and communications.
Despite all this, China is expected to be the largest 5G smartphone market, with phone sales up to 80 million units by 2020, according to a report by market analysis company Strategy Analytics.
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