In the past few days, iQOO has been warming up its new mobile phone, the iQOO 8. The selling point of this smartphone is obviously its high-quality display. This is dragging attention to the suppliers of this display. Today, we have a piece of new information on the suppliers of the iQOO 8 display. According to reports, the iQOO 8 display will come from both Samsung and BOE. While the standard version will use a BOE display, the Pro version will use a Samsung display.
Judging from the publicity interface of iQOO’s official website, a model of iQOO 8 uses the world’s first high-brightness luminescent material E5 screen. This screen has 1 billion native colors, 2K ultra-clear resolution, and 517 PPI high pixel density. If nothing else, it should be the Samsung E5 screen. In other respects, the screen of iQOO 8 is a micro-curved center punch-hole screen. This smartphone will be one of the earliest to come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 Plus SoC.
According to iQOO, users do not have to worry about the 2K + 120Hz combination in terms of power consumption. It appears that the company will use a large capacity battery in addition to the 120W fast charge. According to reports, the iQOO 8 series will officially arrive on August 17th.
However, the refresh rate of the screen can automatically fluctuate between 1Hz and 120Hz depending on the usage. For instance, when reading text messages, the refresh rate can be as low as 1Hz. However, during gaming, the refresh rate may need to be at its highest, 120Hz.
iQOO 8 series speculations
In addition to the top screen, performance, and fast charging, the iQOO 8 Pro will also use a top imaging system. According to reports, this device will come with an outsole main camera and will also use a 5x zoom periscope camera. The telephoto lens supports up to 60x zoom shooting. This is also the first time iQOO will use an ultra-telephoto lens.
This device will also come with up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. Under the hood, this device will come with a 4500 mAh battery. Although earlier rumors claim that this device will come with a 160W fast charging, there are reports that this smartphone will come with a 120W / 100W fast charging.
Furthermore, there are speculations that the standard version of iQOO 8 will come as a replacement model of iQOO 7. The weakest point of this smartphone will probably be the display and video specifications. However, this device comes with the top Android system. iQOO 8 focuses more on cost-effectiveness, while iQOO 8 Pro positioning is the all-around top flagship.