iQOO 7 Smartphone Front Design Leaked with FHD + 120Hz Screen

IQOO 7 will be officially launched at 19:30 on January 11, and some of the recent samples have been posted on the official Weibo. It has learned that the iQOO 7 will be powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 888 chip, with enhanced LPDDR5 and enhanced UFS 3.1 storage and a standard 120W quick charge. IQOO 7 shooting sample has been released.

Today, iQOO officially announced that iQOO 7 support dual-pressure agile touch, giving you flagship level of game control experience, with a Buff, opponents dare not defy, let you walk the New Year.

On the performance side, snapdragon 888 officially delivers 135% graphics performance, enhancing LPDDR5 memory delivers 113.2% read speed, and enhanced UFS 3.1 flash memory delivers 117.3% random write speed. Plus, a 120W quick charge can recharge the phone in as little as 15 minutes.

The phone has also appeared in the Antutu running score database, with the final score of 752,935 points, surpassing the running score of Snapdragon 888 reference design prototype published by Qualcomm previously (735,439).

It reported that earlier this month, iQOO has released the real photo of the new iQOO 7, and announced that IT will become the official KPL phone, running Qualcomm’s latest flagship platform Snapdragon 888.

The super large cup will still adopt the rear three camera and cloud mode design. The super large GN1 sensor will be cancelled and the main camera will be replaced by the ordinary large camera. The medium and the grande are also three shots, eliminating the unimportant shots.

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As for other aspects, iQOO 7 also seems to have passed the national 3C certification, supporting 120W fast charge. There are also reports that iQOO 7 will ship with The new Vivo operating system, OriginOS.

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