iQOO Z9 Turbo Leaked With Power of Snapdragon 8S Gen 3

iQOO smartphones are usually known for their high-end performance. Therefore, the company has become an excellent option for individuals seeking smartphones suitable for gaming or other high-performance tasks. Currently, the Chinese company is cooking the Z9 series in their home country. The series will consist of the iQOO Z9, Z9X and Z9 Turbo. Today, we bring you additional details about the high-end model, the Z9 Turbo.

iQOO Z9 Turbo Leaked Key Specifications

Previously, the device was supported on China’s MIIT certification platform. Now, a popular tipster has broken the cover on the device revealing the key specifications. Digital Chat Station reveals that the iQOO Z9 Turbo will be powered by a Snapdragon 8S Gen 3 processor. Moreover, it will have a flat 1.5K display and a battery of 6,000mAh capacity.

iQOO Z9 Turbo

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If this comes out to be true, the iQOO Z9 Turbo is surely going to be a powerful smartphone. According to the report by Ithome, the iQOO Z9 Turbo may come with a fast 144Hz refresh rate. The report also reveals a 50MP dual camera shooter and 80W fast charging support. All of this combined would justify the ‘Turbo’ moniker of the smartphone.

Talking about the release, it has not been revealed officially. Though, we are hoping to see the phones hitting the shelves next month in China. Global launch may take more time, but since the device is packing some powerful hardware, the hype for this device is going to be high.

Talking about the other models in the family, we are getting the iQOO Z9 and also the Z9X. They are reported to be powered by the Snapdragon 7 Gen 3 and the Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 respectively. Hence, this leaves the Z9 Turbo being the highest in the hierarchy with the power of Snapdragon 8S Gen 3. Do note that nothing is official at the moment, everything we discussed above is based on the certifications and leaks. Hence, let’s wait for the final announcement to get more information.


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