iQoo Neo 7S, iQoo Neo 7 SE live image & key specifications leaked

iQOO Neo 7

The upcoming iQOO Neo 7 series smartphones dubbed Neo 7S and Neo 7 SE have surfaced online in the form of a live image. To recap, iQOO launched the Neo 7 in China back in October.

Now, the word on the street is that the iQoo Neo 7S and iQoo Neo 7 SE will break cover in December. However, iQOO has neither confirmed nor denied these speculations yet.

iQOO Neo 7

In the meantime, the iQoo Neo 7 series smartphone’s live image has surfaced online. Notably, the leaked image also sheds some light on the iQoo Neo 7S smartphone’s key specifications.

iQoo Neo 7S, iQoo Neo 7 SE Live Image & Key Specifications

The recently-surfaced iQoo Neo 7S and iQoo Neo 7 SE smartphones’ live image has been shared by tipster Anvin. The iQoo Neo 7S appears to sport a larger screen than the iQoo Neo 7 SE, according to a report by Gadgets 360.

According to Anvin, the iQoo Neo 7S has model number V2232A. Likewise, the iQoo Neo 7 SE carries model number V2238A. Both iQOO smartphones are likely to launch next month.

If the leaked image is anything to go by, the iQoo Neo 7S will pack an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. This processor will have a clock rate of 3.2GHz.

An earlier report suggests the iQOO Neo 7 SE will get a MediaTek Dimensity SoC. However, the impending handset is highly unlikely to come with the flagship Dimensity 9200 SoC.

iQOO Neo 7

Instead, tipster Digital Chat Station suggests the Neo 7 SE 5G will pack a Dimensity 8200 SoC. The latest leak corroborates DCS’s prediction about the device packing a Dimensity 8200 SoC.

Furthermore, the device will reportedly ship with 16GB of RAM and 8GB of virtual memory. Aside from this, the iQoo Neo 7S will offer a hearty onboard storage capacity of 512GB.

Also, it will probably support 120W fast charging. Lastly, the smartphone could sport an AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate.

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