Vivo reinvented its range of smartphones last year with the gaming series iQOO. The iQOO lineup is getting a lot of attention since the last year with many new smartphones being released. The company currently has solid offerings for the upper-midrange segment and the high-end class. Now, a new smartphone dubbed Vivo iQOO 3 5G is getting close to a release.
The upcoming device received 3C certification early this week confirming 44W fast-charging and 5G support. Now, the very same handset has passed through the Chinese Regulatory agency TENAA. According to the certification listing, the new model will come with the V1950A model number and features a 6.89-inch Display with a 4,250mAh battery. The phone’s dimensions will come in at 167.44×76.14×9.4mm.
According to rumors, this device could end up being a new variant of the NEX 3 5G with a smaller battery. The biggest change will be the presence of a newer Snapdragon 865 SoC. Moreover, speculations are also pointing out a waterfall display. If this is indeed gearing up to be a solid flagship we expect no less than 12GB of RAM and 512GB of Internal Storage. After all, Vivo is very generous when it comes to packing its flagships with the better specs out in the industry.
We won’t need to wait much longer for more news about this Vivo iQOO 3 5G. After all, with 3C and TENAA certifications in tow, we’re looking forward to an imminent announcement in China. Moreover, we expect to see TENAA updating the listing with pictures and more details about specs soon.