iQOO 11S rumors surfaces with a overclocked Snapdragon 8 Gen 2

iQOO 11s Leaked Specifications

iQOO is expected to launch a new member in its iQOO 11 series of smartphones. Dubbed the iQOO 11S,  it will be the third model in the iQOO 11 lineup, following the regular and pro variants. The smartphone is expected to feature a newer version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. Let’s explore the details in this article.

iQOO 11S Rumors

Reliable Tipster Digital Chat Station has leaked a few specifications of the upcoming iQOO 11S. As per him, the phone might come with an overclocked version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor. As expected, the SoC will be based on the same 4nm process as the regular 8 Gen 2. But it will have higher clocked speed CPU and GPU cores.

iQOO 11S Digital Chat Station

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This would make the device comparable to the Galaxy S23-series flagship. For starters, the Galaxy S23 series also features an overclocked version of the 8 Gen 2 processor with a maximum clock speed of 3.6GHz. The GPU could also get a speed boost from 680MHz to 719MHz.

IQOO 11 Pro


Moreover, the tipster says the smartphone will feature E6 AMOLED display with 2K resolution and 144Hz refresh rate. These display specifications are almost the same as the 11 Pro. And even for the cameras, the smartphone is tipped to pack the same 50MP primary rear camera with a V2 ISP, as the Pro model.  Likewise, the smartphone might come with 200W wired charging support.

Expected Launch

The tipster has not revealed any further information about the upcoming smartphone. But DCS says the smartphone is rumored to launch in the third quarter of 2023, i.e. June and August.

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