The Onyx Boox Nova 3 features a 7.8 inch display with a faster processor, more RAM and Android 10. It is 33% quicker than the Nova 2. It has a WACOM screen so you can draw with 4,096 degrees of pressure sensitivity. It has Android 10 and Google Play will keep things current and allow you to download free and paid apps.
The Onyx Boox Nova 3 has a 7.8 inch capacitive dual touch display with a resolution of 1872×1404 with 300 PPI. It has a front-lit display to read in the dark. There are 17 LED lights in total, 8 are amber LED lights. There is also a WACOM layer, for integrations with the accompanied stylus. The screen is flush with the bezel and it has a glass based display.
Underneath the hood is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 Octa core processor, 3GB of DDR4X RAM and 32GB of internal storage. It has a USB-C port with OTG and also has Quick Charge 4.0, so you can power it up to full in under an hour. Unlike the Nova 2, this has speakers and Bluetooth 5.0, instead of 4.1. There is a microphone, so you can take audio notes or talk to people in Zoom or Skype. It is powered by a 3150 mAh battery. The dimensions are 196mm, 137mm, 7.7mm and weighs 265g.
This device has Android 10, which provides more security than the other Onyx devices that are running Android 9, or below. It has full Google Play integrations, so you can download millions of paid and free apps. This device is totally compatible with all of your favorite apps, such as Kindle, Kobo, Nook, Overdrive Libby, Scribd and tons of others.
The Onyx Boox Nova 3 is available now and comes with a free screen protector, stylus and case.
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