iQOO's latest smartphone features a 6.5-inch LCD, a dual camera, and a 5,000 mAh battery. Powered by MediaTek's octa-core Helio G80 chipset, this phone's price starts at around $140 in China.
Qualcomm today announced its latest Snapdragon 700-series chipset for high-end phones. Among other brands, Honor will be one of the first to use the new chip, now that it's no longer part of Huawei.
iQOO's U1 is a budget smartphone with a mid range Snapdragon 720G chipset, triple rear camera setup, and a 4500mAh to hold it all together. And it's priced from just $170 for the base model.
Vivo unveiled today its new fast charging tech that it says can charge a phone to 100% in just 15 minutes. The 120W Super FlashCharge system will be incorporated into an upcoming iQOO phone.
Gaming smartphone brand iQOO has shared the chipset details for its upcoming model, the iQOO Z1x. The Z1x will be powered by the Snapdragon 765G 5G chipset when it launches on July 9.
A 4GB variant of Vivo's iQOO Neo has surfaced on TENAA. This suggests that the Chinese company might sell a lower RAM version of the gaming device, resulting in a cheaper variant of the iQOO Neo.
Vivo has announced the first device under its iQOO sub-brand, a gaming phone powered by a Snapdragon 855 SoC. It features a 44W charging tech that will supposedly juice it up fully in 45 minutes.
Chinese smartphone manufacturer Vivo has sent out invites to media outlets teasing the launch of a new smartphone series starting with the letter U. The U1 is expected to be a mid-range device.
Vivo is the latest holdout among the top Chinese smartphone makers to introduce its own sub-brand with the unveiling of iQOO today. But the company has yet to unveil an actual iQOO-branded device.