The Vivo Z3 is scheduled to come tomorrow, however, we don’t need to wait until tomorrow to know how much it will cost. Today, the pricing details for the phone has been revealed on the website of China’s Bank of Communications along with some other details.
The website also confirms that the Z3 will indeed come with the premium mid-range chipset, the Snapdragon 710. Furthermore, the device will boast a 6.3-inch display with a 19:9 aspect ratio and an elegant waterdrop shaped notch at the top. The notch boasts IR face unlock, and the handset brings a dual turbo technology which enhances system and gaming performances.
Based on the leaked information, the standard variant of the Vivo Z3 with 4GB RAM + 64GB of Storage will be priced at 1598 Yuan (~$231), while the 6GB RAM + 128GB unit will cost 1898 Yuan (~$275). According to the exposed info, users will also be able to pay for installments, 133.17 Yuan (~$19) for the 4GB RAM variant and 158,17 Yuan (~$23) for the 6GB RAM version over a 12-month period.
The website also reveals some nice looking shots of the Vivo Z3, revealing the dual-rear cameras and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. Furthermore, the device will come in three color variants – Two with a gradient finish and a third with a plain soft pink painting.
Some days ago an official poster leaked, revealing the Snapdragon 710 as a source of power for this handset. The device will come with a FullHD+ display, 3240mAh battery, 16MP+2MP dual rear cameras, and a 12MP front-facing snapper. The handset will be revealed tomorrow in China, currently, there’s no word of global availability.