Vivo iQoo Gaming Phone With Snapdragon 855 SoC, Triple Rear Camera Setup Launched: Price, Specificat

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Vivo iQoo price in China starts at CNY 2,998 (roughly Rs. 31,700)

It comes in Electric Blue and Lava Orange colour options

The phone has 12GB RAM option and vapour cooling system

Posted 7 months ago in Science and Technology.

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After some initial teasers and rumours, Vivo iQoo has been officially unveiled in China. It is the first smartphone of Vivo's new sub-brand iQoo. The new phone is being targeted at mobile gamers and photographers with its high-end specifications. Vivo has provided the top-of-the-line Snapdragon 855 SoC along with its vapour cooling system in the phone. The Vivo iQoo also sports a triple rear camera setup with a Sony IMX363 sensor that was also featured on the Pixel 3. There is additionally 44W Vivo Super Flash Charge fast charging technology that is touted to charge the iQoo up to 50 percent in just 15 minutes. The iQoo also comes in a 12GB RAM option that has 256GB of onboard storage.
Vivo iQoo price

The Vivo iQoo price in China has been set at CNY 2,998 (roughly Rs. 31,700) for the base variant with 6GB RAM/ 128GB storage that has Electric Blue and Lava Orange colour options. However, the Vivo iQoo 8GB RAM/ 128GB storage configuration comes at CNY 3,298 (roughly Rs. 34,900) and the 8GB RAM/ 256GB storage model is priced at CNY 3,598 (roughly Rs. 38,100). There is also the top-end 12GB RAM/ 256GB storage option that comes with a price tag of CNY 4,298 (roughly Rs. 45,500).

Vivo is taking pre-orders for the iQoo through its online store in China, though its first flash sale will begin at 10am CST (7:30am IST) on March 6 through TMall. Details about the global availability and price of the Vivo iQoo are yet to be announced.

The Vivo iQoo comes with a 3D glass build that sports an LED strip at the back. The top-end variant also comes with a faux-carbon fibre back that is protected by a curved glass panel. The back of the iQoo also shows the absence of a traditional fingerprint sensor. It confirms the availability of an in-display fingerprint sensor. Furthermore, the back panel is completed with a triple rear camera setup and iQoo branding.

Being a gaming phone, the Vivo iQoo sports Monster Touch shoulder buttons at one of the side panels to offer four point operations to gamers -- without using any additional accessory. There is also Vivo's vapour cooling system that is claimed to reduce as much as 12-degree Celsius of temperature, without hampering the performance.

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