iQOO Neo 3 5G official poster shows it uses a 144Hz display


Chinese manufacturer, iQOO is getting set to unveil its latest 5G smartphone, iQOO Neo 3 5G. According to the official teaser of this smartphone, it will probably arrive on April 23rd. Although there was no mention of the launch date, one of the posters comes with “4.23 coming” which implies that this smartphone will arrive on April 23.  In addition, the company also revealed some major specs of this upcoming device.

iQOO Neo 3 5G

iQOO Neo 3 5G will also come with UFS 3.1 flash memory & SD865

The official posters show that the iQOO Neo 3 5G will arrive with a 144Hz refresh rate display. This is an upgrade to the 120Hz refresh rate display on the Neo 3. Judging from the poster, the new iQOO Neo3 5G will use a direct-screen design. The slogan of the new smartphone is “a strong core, born to win”.

The official poster also shows that this smartphone will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SoC. In addition to the SD865 SoC, it will also use a UFS 3.1 flash memory and LPDDR5 memory.

According to speculations, the Neo 3 5G will come with a punch-hole display. Also, this smartphone may come with an LCD display which suggests that it may not use an on-screen fingerprint sensor. A side or rear fingerprint sensor is most probably on this one.

As of now, not much is known about the iQOO Neo 3 5G apart from what we have from the recent posters. The few previous speculations suggest that this device will have up to 6GB of RAM. For the internal storage, it will be up to 128GB and the FunTouch OS 10 is on top of Android 10. Speculations on the camera claim a 48MP main sensor in a quad-camera setup. For the battery, this smartphone may use a 4,500mAh battery with 44W fast charging support. What do you think about the Neo 3 5G? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below

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