Vivo introduced the vivo Z3i in China a few months ago. The smartphone had an Helio P60 Chipset with a fingerprint scanner on the back. And, now the vivo Z3 joins the family with a similar footprint. The smartphone has the same exact dimensions and has a waterdrop notch on the front. Also, the smartphone comes in two versions – one with Snapdragon 670 and one with Snapdragon 710.

Vivo Z3 Price and Availability

The Vivo Z3 is a cheap mid-range flagship from vivo that comes in Starry Night, Aurora Blue, and Dream Powder color. The starting model for the Vivo Z3 with SD670 and 4GB/64GB configuration will set you back at CNY1,598 ($230). Well, the variant with powerful SD710/6GB/128GB configuration is CNY2,298 ($330). The vivo Z3 is already available through Vivo’s online store.

Vivo Z3 Specifications

Now, the Vivo Z3 is a dual sim smartphone. The V1813BA model of the handset has the new SD670 chipset with two Kryo 360 cores at 2 GHz and the other six at 1.7 GHz. The smartphone comes with 4 GB RAM with 64 GB storage. Further, the storage on this handset expandable by up to 256 GB more via the microSD slot.

Vivo announced the new Vivo Z3 with SD 670 and SD710 variants

Well, the second model under the series has the model number V1813DA. Now, this is the more affordable version with Snapdragon 710 with higher clock speeds. The smartphone bears 6 GB RAM, while storage is either 64 GB or 128 GB.

Vivo announced the new Vivo Z3 with SD 670 and SD710 variants

Now, surprisingly both the models don’t come with the 25MP front-facing cameras. Here we get 12MP selfie shooter with dual pixel sensors. Further, the rear cameras on the smartphone bear a 16MP+2MP configuration, that supports AI scene detection.

Vivo announced the new Vivo Z3 with SD 670 and SD710 variants

Lastly, both of these handsets come with a whopping 6.3” LCD panel with 1080p resolution and a tiny waterdrop notch for the selfie camera. Also, to power up all the things we’ve got a 3,315 mAh battery capacity. And, sadly there exists no USB-Type C ports to be seen on either of the configurations.