The Chinese company Vivo, on the eve of the announcement of the powerful smartphones of the iQOO 8 family, has released fresh teasers revealing new technical details about the devices.
IQOO 8 series smartphones will receive support for 120-watt charging
The series will include the iQOO 8 and iQOO 8 Pro models. Both will reportedly receive a 120W fast-charge battery. The Pro version will also support 50-watt wireless charging and 10-watt reversible charging.
The basis of the new products will be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 Plus processor with a clock speed of up to 3.0 GHz. The amount of RAM will be up to 12 GB.
Some other details are revealed about the iQOO 8 Pro version. It will be endowed with a 50-megapixel main sensor, a 48-MP unit with wide-angle optics and a 16-megapixel module. The device will include a high-quality Samsung E5 AMOLED 2K format display with a refresh rate variable from 1 to 120 Hz.
The official presentation of new products will take place on August 17. In addition to the two named smartphones, buyers will be offered a special version of the iQOO 8 BMW Edition. We do not know the price of the devices yet.
Images of the iQOO 8 BMW Edition smartphone on the Snapdragon 888 Plus processor
Teasers have appeared on the Internet, anticipating the imminent announcement of the flagship smartphone iQOO 8 BMW Edition. This powerful device will officially launch by the Chinese company Vivo on August 17.
As you can see, the device will receive a display that folds onto the sides of the case. We are talking about the use of the Samsung E5 1440p format panel. The refresh rate of this screen will be up to 120Hz, with the option to drop down to 1Hz to conserve battery power.
The silicon “heart” of the device will be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 Plus processor. The chip combines eight cores with a clock speed of up to 3 GHz, an Adreno 660 graphics accelerator and a Snapdragon X60 5G modem with data transfer rates up to 7.5 Gbps.
The equipment of the device will include a UFS 3.1 flash drive and LPDDR5 RAM. It speaks of support for 120W ultra-fast charging.
As you can see in the poster, the front camera is available in a small hole in the center at the top of the screen. The rear camera has a three-piece configuration. The resolution of the sensors, unfortunately, has not yet been specified.