iQOO 12 mobile phone screen parameters announcement: 1.5K 144Hz straight screen

Igeekphone news on November 6, following iQOO 12 Pro, the screen configuration of the iQOO 12 standard edition model was also announced, and the two new machines will be officially released on November 7 (tomorrow).

According to reports, the front of the iQOO 12 standard edition is equipped with a 6.78-inch “super sense straight screen” with a resolution of 1.5K, which is claimed to be “tailored for mainstream games”. In addition, the screen also supports 144Hz high refresh rate, up to 2160Hz high frequency PWM dimming, new LTPO technology, officially called it “iQOO history of the highest bright screen”, local peak brightness reached 3000nit.

According to blogger @digital chat station broke the news, iQOO 12 standard version of the screen used for the manufacturer alone, and not BOE products.

In the previous warm-up, the iQOO 12 Pro model has been confirmed to be equipped with a Samsung 2K E7 display, which also supports a 144Hz high refresh rate, but uses a curved screen design. Both models will be available in a white Legend version, a black track version and a red road version, respectively in a porcelain glazed white glass material, fluorite AG glass material and air print texture plain leather material.

According to previous reports from Igeekphone, it has been officially confirmed that iQOO 12 series mobile phones are initially equipped with OriginOS 4, equipped with Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor, full blood version LPDDR5X, UFS 4.0, and the first self-developed e-sports chip Q1. With a full-time four-zone cooling architecture + 6K large area VC soaking board. The machine is equipped with the “iQOO history size of the largest ultra-wide vibration motor”, suitable for the popular game hundred heroes, equipped with symmetrical three-dimensional double Yang.

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