Vivo IQOO 3 Specifications Leaked: Snapdragon 865,UFS 3.1 Storage

Vivo IQOO 3 Specifications Leaked: Snapdragon 865,UFS 3.1 Storage

The relatively recently born iQOO brand has always brought smartphones with a brutal cost to performance ratio. Now, the upcoming iQOO 3 is apparently going to follow the same modus operandi.

VIVO IQOO 3 SPECIFICATIONS

Vivo iQOO 3 specs

Previously, iQOO’s product manager – Ge Lan – hinted that the new iQOO phone will not only be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 flagship platform, but also boast UFS 3.1 flash memory and LPDDR5 RAM; which would make it the most powerful hardware configuration on the market.

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Today, a renown Chinese leakster leaked a table with all the specs of the iQOO 3. So, basically, there’s nothing left to discover at launch aside from price; which we already expected to be affordable either way.

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Let’s start with the display, that according to the leak is 6.44-inch big and sports 2400 x 1080 resolution. With the overall dimensions being 158.51 x 75.88 x 9.16 mm for a weight of 214.5 grams.

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The table does – of course – confirm we’ll find the latest and most powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 CPU; along with 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB of ultra fast UFS 3.1 internal storage. Meanwhile in the camera department we find a primary 64MP camera, possibly the Samsung ISOCELL GW1, a secondary 13MP ultra wide angle lens, a third 13MP telephoto and finally a 2MP sensor to capture depth data. At the front we’ll instead have a 16MP sensor for selfies.

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Finally, Vivo’s sub-brand flagship phone packs a 4410mAh capacity battery and supports 55W fast charging.

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As for the release time, the device may be officially unveiled as soon as this month. Given the current situation in China, with the Coronavirus outbreak, the iQOO is more likely to be released online. Price wise, according to Chinese sources, the Vivo iQOO 3 should be “one of the cheapest Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 equipped phones to hit the market”.

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