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iQOO Neo6 key specs surface, will feature the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 chip

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iQOO launched the Neo5S last December, it was an upgraded version of the Neo5 but now it appears that the brand is looking to launch a successor to the duo in the form of the iQOO Neo6. While an official launch date is off the books, for now, reputed tipster Panda is Bald has leaked the specs of the iQOO Neo6.

With a post on Weibo, the tipster has compared the specs of the Neo5S to the Neo6, pointing out the improvements and upgrades. The upcoming device has a 6.6″ E4 straight screen and is powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen1 chip. It has a 4,700mAh battery with support for 80W charging and a pretty great heat dissipation system as well.

iqoo neo6 specifications leaked

The iQOO Neo6 earlier was deemed to have the model number V2154A, which in December made an appearance on Google Play Console. Post-release, the model V2154A was actually found to be the iQOO Neo5S.


Irrespective of that, since the first leaks with respect to the device are here, we can expect to hear more about it in the coming days.

Do not be surprised if you see the device on any certification sites or if iQOO posts any teasers in the coming days.

It is possible that the iQOO Neo6 will also have a pressure-sensitive display since the Neo 5S had that but it is not confirmed as of yet.

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