Vivo recently announced its iQOO sub-brand, which is soon to get its first smartphone, for which we have a couple of rumors and leaks. In addition to this, we now have leaked specifications for the iQOO smartphone.
According to a report by IT Times, the unnamed smartphone (currently referred to as iQOO) is expected to include a 4,000mAh battery with support for 44W fast charging, preferably on the lines of Vivo’s VOOC charging tech.
The future smartphone might be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor and it would take forward the trend of a whopping 12GB of RAM, featuring one.
The device is likely to have 256GB of inbuilt storage and support for NFC along with a USB Type-C port.
The smartphone is most likely to come with a 4D Shock feature, much like Honor Play for the transfer of force-vibration during gaming sessions.
Furthermore, in terms of the cameras, there could be three at the back with a Super HDR camera feature.
While there is no confirmation as to whether or not the smartphone under the iQOO sub-brand will be a foldable one (rumored previously), it will surely be an Android smartphone.
However, the aforementioned information can’t be deemed a fact as there is nothing concrete backing it.
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