iQOO 11 is the first Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 model with a 2K flat screen

iQOO 11

The new flagship of the main brand Vivo X90 Pro+ Started Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 Not long after the processor, iQOO, which focuses on performance, did not make people wait long. The new iQOO 11 series dual-machine also came with Qualcomm’s flagship chip today. This new product has changed back to Vivo’s most acclaimed “cloud scale” design in recent years. In terms of shape, it is most similar to the iQOO 8 series after two generations. Among them, the body of iQOO 11 is as light as 205g and as thin as 8.4mm, while the weight of the Pro model is as low as 210.5g and the thickness is as thin as 8.89mm. Both products are available in black, white, and green colors. The black back cover is glass, and the other two are plain leather.

In addition to 8 Gen 2, iQOO has also added Vivo’s latest self-developed imaging chip to these two devices v2, is expected to further improve the display and shooting performance. Although iQOO 11 and 11 Pro continue the combination of one flat screen and one curved screen in the past, the 6.78-inch E6 AMOLED used by the former has also rushed to 2K+ resolution this time, and has a 144Hz update rate and a 300Hz touch sampling rate. The panel specifications of the Pro model are the same. In addition to the curved sides, its off-screen fingerprint technology will also use a stronger wide-area ultrasonic recognition solution.

iQOO 11

iQOO 11

The batteries of the two phones are 5,000mAh and 4,700mAh respectively, each supporting 120W and 200W wired fast charging, and the Pro also has an additional 50W wireless fast charging. Both the iQOO 11 and 11 Pro use a 16MP selfie camera. The former’s rear triple camera consists of a 50MP main camera (Samsung GN5), a 13MP 2X portrait and an 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera. On the back of the Pro model, there is a 50MP main camera (the VCS IMX866 of the same model as the X90), a 50MP ultra-wide-angle camera (Samsung JN1) and a 13MP 2X portrait camera.

iQOO Neo7 SE

iQOO Neo7 SE

iQOO 11 has a total of 8+128, 8+256, 12+256, 16+256 and 16+512 configurations, and the price starts at RMB 3,799. The Pro models are available in 8+256, 12+256 and 16+512 options, with prices starting at RMB 4,999. In addition to high-end models, the factory also brought a new affordable product iQOO Neo7 SE today.It debuted MediaTekDimensity 8200 chip, with a 6.78-inch 120Hz flat AMOLED and a 5,000mAh battery that supports 120W fast charging, and a rear three-camera based on a 64MP main camera. Its price starts at RMB 2,099. Like the iQOO 11 series, it will also be pre-sold in mainland China from now on.

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