Vivo sub-brand has officially confirmed that it will premiere its top-end device on January 11. But at the same time; they did not disclose all the details about what characteristics they would give the new product. They only confirmed the presence of a Snapdragon 888 processor, cooling system, LPDDR5 RAM and a UFS 3.1 flash drive.
According to the information that previously appeared on the network, iQOO 7 will have a 6.5-inch display with FullHD+ resolution and a 120 Hz refresh rate alongside a round hole for the front camera. The smartphone will have a triple rear camera; where the main one will be a 48-megapixel module with optical image stabilization; alongside a display fingerprint scanner and 120 W fast charging. The iQOO 7 will be delivered with the Android 11 operating system with a special user interface from the manufacturer.
Alleged iQOO 7 with Snapdragon 888 SoC gets 3C certification: supports 120W super-fast charging
Chinese manufacturer, Vivo, is currently working on a couple of smartphones. Recently, a couple of devices from Vivo got the Chinese 3C certification. According to the listing, these devices support V2049A 120W fast charge. Furthermore, @DigitalChatStation claims that they are the first set of Vivo devices to use Snapdragon 888 and it’s in the iQOO 7 series. As of now, there is little or no information regarding the iQOO 7 series.
Back in August, the company released the iQOO 5. It uses a 120Hz customized super-vision flexible screen, has 100% P3 color gamut coverage and supports new matrix algorithms; Also, it supports dynamic compensation algorithms, and has a dynamic image response time of 11 milliseconds. In terms of configuration, iQOO 5 is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, LPDDR5 memory, and UFS 3.1 storage. It also supports 55W ultra-fast flash charging, and uses dual speakers with ultra-linear large-amplitude speakers.