We know that the next Snapdragon 888 smartphone the iQOO 7 will be officially released on January 11. Recently, there have been some samples posted on the official Weibo channel. Plus, we are getting more and more news about this handset from the official posters.
As said, the iQOO 7 will come with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 888 chip, an enhanced version of LPDDR5 and an enhanced version of UFS 3.1 storage. All variants will support 120W fast charging. And today, we also saw the camera samples of this handset.
Today, iQOO officially announced that the iQOO 7 supports dual pressure-sensitive agile touch. If you still don’t understand what this means, it gives you a flagship game control experience.
In terms of performance, the company said that the Snapdragon 888 will bring 135% graphics performance, the enhanced version of LPDDR5 memory will bring 113.2% read speed, and the enhanced version of UFS 3.1 flash storage will bring 117.3% random write speed. In addition, the 120W fast charging can fully charge the phone in 15 minutes.
Prior to this, the machine has also appeared in the AnTuTu benchmark site, with a final score of 752,935 points. In fact, it exceeds the previous Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 prototype running score (735,439).
iQOO 7 Leaked Features
Earlier this month, iQOO has already released the real machine photos of the new iQOO 7 and announced that the machine will become the official KPL smartphone, equipped with Qualcomm’s latest flagship platform Snapdragon 888.
The so-called ‘super-large cup’ version of this machine will still adopt the rear three-camera. It will have a cloud-level module design and cancel the super-outsole GN1 sensor. Instead, it will sport a normal outsole main camera. The so-called ‘middle cup’ and the top version will still have triple-camera modules on the back, and unnecessary sensors will be eliminated.
In other aspects, the iQOO 7 has passed the national 3C certification and supports 120W fast charging. Honestly, this is one of those rare features that we know for sure. And at last, there is every reason to think that the phone will come with VIVO’s new operating system OriginOS.