iQOO 7 official launch confirmed on January 11

iQOO 7 official launch confirmed on January 11

Last time iQOO confirmed the existence of iQOO 7 smartphone by sharing the official poster of the iQOO 7 BMW edition. Now the company has finally shared the official launch poster of the iQOO 7 and the launch is scheduled for January 11 at 7:30 PM (local time) in China.

iQOO 7 launch date

Now coming to the iQOO 7 poster, it reveals the rear design of the smartphone where we can see the red-black-blue iconic stripe of the BMW edition along with triple rear camera setup. From the image of the smartphone in the poster, if looked closely we can see one primary sensor, one wide-angle camera, and one depth-sensing lens. It looks like that for the three cameras, but we are not sure what are the exact camera specifications of this phone as of now. For this, we have to wait for the launch.

iqoo 7 first look

The iQOO 7 is expected to run on Android 11 OS and will be powered by the Snapdragon 888 SoC. This device is likely to have an AMOLED flat display and faster charging of 120W. The 3C certification website has recently revealed that there is a higher possibility of 120W charging support for iQOO 7. The company claims that this 120W faster charging can charge a typical 4,000mAH battery in less than 15 minutes, sounds really fast, isn’t it? However, iQOO 7 is expected to be fueled up by a comparatively higher capacity battery, such as 4,200mAH or 4,300mAH. So, it will be interesting to see how iQOO can manage this battery with its fastest charging technology.

As per some of the leaked reports, the upcoming iQOO 7 will feature a triple rear camera setup that includes a 48MP 1/1.2-inch primary sensor with OIS support. It is quite shocking to see the downgrade as iQOO 7’s predecessors iQOO 5 or 5 Pro features a 50MP Samsung GN1 sensor. For selfies, this phone is likely to have a 16MP selfie snapper at the front.


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