An 80W fast-charging smartphone will be launched by iQOO for the domestic market. Furthermore, it will be the first Z phone, which implies that the chip will be at the top of the line.
As shown in the render, the phone will feature a triple rear camera similar to the iQOO Z6 44W. There will also be three colour options available.
iQOO Z6 was introduced previously, but the Z6 announced in China will likely have different hardware.
An iQOO Z6x was also spotted and will likely debut alongside the Z6. The device has only two rear cameras and supports a relatively low charging rate of 44W.
In China, a new iQOO Z6 is set to launch on August 25. In addition, the company revealed its smartphone design. China Telcom listed the phone’s key features on its website a few hours after the official announcement.
iQOO Z6:
China’s upcoming iQOO Z6 will be different from the Indian iQOO Z6. According to China Telecom, the handset will also differ from the Indian iQOO Z6 Pro.
It appears that the Chinese iQOO Z6 with model number V2220A will have a 6.64-inch centred punch-hole display with a resolution of 2388 x 1080 pixels. The device will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor.
It will have a triple camera system on the back, consisting of a primary sensor with 64MP, a secondary sensor with 2MP, and a tertiary sensor with 2MP. An 8MP selfie camera will be nested in the punch-hole on the front.
This 5G-enabled smartphone will feature side-mounted fingerprint sensors, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a USB Type-C port, WiFi, Bluetooth, GNSS, and NFC. Battery capacity will be 4,500mAh and fast charging will support 80W.
In terms of dimensions, the phone will measure 164.17 x 75.80 x 8.59mm and weigh 194.6 grams. Golden Orange, Black Jade, and Star Sea are the three colors available.
In China, the iQOO Z6 will be offered in three memory configurations: 8GB + 128GB, 8GB + 256GB, and 12GB + 256GB. It is listed at 2,299 Yuan (Rs.27,000/-), but we are not certain if it is the starting price or the top-end price.