It is reported today that iQOO officially going to launch the new iQOO Z1 smartphone on May 19. Latest official render of iQOO Z1 have hit the internet and some specification also revelled. We think it is the mid-budget budget smartphone in the 2020 year.
In some Chinese website, we found some official render with some specification. The design of this phone looks similar to the iQOO Neo3 5G officially released in April.
Today is the official exposure, the new iQOO Z1 will be equipped with MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ flagship chip. That is also another 7nm processor and it has a 20% performance improvement over the A76. This device focuses on the speed and brings flagship performance experience. The Antutu score of the phone up to 530,000 and it comes with 5G connectivity.
Now the maximum smartphone is coming with 60Hz or 90Hz but this device comes with 144Hz refresh rate that not only improves the dynamic picture effect of mobile phone viewing also it changes the smartphone gaming experience. Also, MediaTek Dimensity 1000+ gives you smoother and clearer gaming experience. On the front, there’s a punch-hole cutout that houses the selfie camera. Further, the display comes with HDR 10+ and AI-PQ technology.
IQOO Z1 comes with a 4500 mAh battery to power up the smartphone that supports 44W ultra-fast charging. The large 4500mAh battery provides longer battery life, and the 44W ultra-fast flash charge gives fill the battery as soon as possible. Still, We don’t know yet what kind of camera setup is bring with this smartphone.
The cost of the device is priced at CNY 2,498 which is roughly around Rs 26500, Seen in some Chinese posters. Also, this smartphone soon coming to India.
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