A few months ago Vivo’s sub-brand introduced the iQoo 7 series in the market. The company is now prepping up to bring its successor and a lot of reports and leaks have been doing rounds on the web to prove the upcoming of the new gaming smartphone series by the company. The iQoo 8 Pro first hands-on video which has been leaked by a tipster is the most recent of them all. Previously the device was tipped to be unveiled on August 4 and the specs of the handsets were also leaked.
The iQoo 8 Pro first hands-on video has been shared on the Chinese microblogging site Weibo giving us the first look at the upcoming smartphone. The tipster has also revealed the key specs of the upcoming gaming phone which includes an E5 AMOLED display. The screen sports a 120Hz refresh rate LTP0, 10but colour and up to 1500 nits of peak brightness.
The mobile phone is slated to run Android 11 out of the box. Powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 888+ chipset the smartphone offers 120W wired fast charging support. If this is to be believed then the forthcoming device will definitely surpass all the gaming devices currently available in the market. Notable the gadget will be the first
Snapdragon 888+ powered phone. The video shows the centrally placed notch display with curved edges whereas the back only shows the iQoo branding.
Recently, the company executive confirmed the arrival of iQoo 8 by releasing a short teaser video. Also, some leaks suggest that the series is going to be unveiled on August 4.
Some images of the smartphones were also shared which does not show any cutout for the front camera. The iQoo 8 is also tipped to equip an E5 display with a 2K resolution. The LTPO display is said to offer 10-bit colour along with a 120Hz variable refresh rate. This news goes in line with the freshly leaked hands-on video of iQoo 8 Pro.
Reportedly, the iQoo smartphone is claimed to have a model number V2141A. The display is said to come with 1,440×3,200 pixels resolution. It is going to be powered by a Snapdragon 888 Plus SoC paired with 12GB of RAM and 4GB extended memory, and 256GB of storage. It is also said to run OriginOS 1.0 based on Android 11.
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