A few days ago Vivo announces its first sub-brand iQOO, destined to brand a series of high-end smartphones. It then circulated the news that the first iQOO smartphone could even be folding, and today we receive new rumors would think from a more traditional design. But the technical specifications will still be at the top of the range.
The iQOO smartphone – also appeared on Geekbench under the acronym Vivo V1824A – would, in fact, be driven by Qualcomm’s new flagship chip, the Snapdragon 855, supported by even 12 GB of RAM, a higher quantity than most of the popular PCs on the market.
The internal memory would instead be 256 GB, while the photographic sector would boast a triple rear sensor. In the display the optical fingerprint reader would be integrated, now in its sixth generation. But, we still not know the technology and its diagonal. From the teaser image you can refer to the presence of the NFC, the USB Type C, the battery ( 4.000 mAh ) and the most cryptic 4D (glass to protect the display) And Super HDR.
At the moment we do not know the possible period of release of this first iQOO smartphone, but it is rumored that the sale price may be higher than Rs.56,490 in China. So let’s get ready for a very high price, in case it lands in India too.