The first iQOO smartphone was not flexible, but with 12 GB of RAM


A new mobile brand iQOO, which belongs to Vivo, declassified its first smartphone. A few days ago there appeared unofficial renders of a folding device with a flexible body, which was presented as an iQOO smartphone. But everything turned out to be much easier. 

At first, the public was shown only the device itself, and now the characteristics of the device have appeared. The mobile phone is the most common in terms of form factor, but its characteristics are impressive. The smartphone uses a Snapdragon 855 processor, installed 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. Plus a 4000 mAh battery with support for fast charging (44 W).

There is also some kind of technology called 4D Shock – presumably, it is related to the gaming capabilities of the smartphone. At the same time, the smartphone will have a fifth-generation built-in fingerprint scanner.

Under the name iQOO manufacturer Vivo intends to release premium smartphones.


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