Vivo iQoo Phone Along With Triple Rear Camera, Snapdragon 855 SoC, In-Display Fingerprint Sensor Teased
Photo Credit: Weibo/ iQoo
The main model from the Vivo iQoo brand has been teased only days after the new sub-brand was declared authoritatively. The phone, which seems to have a gleaming back panel with a sloping finish, has shown up with a triple rear camera setup. There is likewise an absence of a conventional fingerprint sensor from the back panel. Be that as it may, the new Vivo iQoo phone is affirmed to sport a 6th generation fingerprint sensor and accompany a Snapdragon 855 SoC. The iQoo brand is probably going to be designed for top-end models. There could likewise be a foldable phone under the iQoo sub-brand to go up against any semblance of Huawei, Samsung, and Xiaomi.
As Vivo has featured through its Weibo account, the iQoo-marked phone was teased during the 2019 NBA All-Star Weekend. The company didn't uncover the front however featured the back panel in the teaser. Further, the teaser has given a look at the nearness of a triple rear camera setup - masterminded vertically, with a reflexive, inclination finish on the back panel.
Close by the triple rear camera, the back panel highlighted in the teaser demonstrates the iQoo logo situated vertically. This hints at some photography-focussed highlights. Nonetheless, the phone isn't probably going to be the model that was leaked as of late with a foldable form factor.
Notwithstanding revealing the back of the new model during the 2019 NBA All-Star Weekend inclusion, Vivo in a post on Weibo has referenced that the new iQoo phone will accompany the 6th generation in-display fingerprint sensor. This could be an upgrade over the fifth-generation in-display fingerprint sensor available on the Vivo Nex Dual Display Edition. Besides, the new sensor may perceive fingerprints from a particular part as well as from the whole bottom zone of the display panel.
It is theorized that not at all like Poco and Redmi by Xiaomi, Nubia by ZTE, Zuk by Lenovo, and Honor by Huawei, iQoo by Vivo will have flagship gadgets evaluated around CNY 5,000 (generally Rs. 52,700). The company has likewise teased that the new model will have a Snapdragon 855 SoC. Be that as it may, regardless, considering the latest advancements, it is vague how the Chinese company would legitimize the premium sticker price - in the event that it utilizes according to the theory.
Vivo could feature its first iQoo phone at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2019 in Barcelona, Spain, one week from now. Then, it is sheltered to anticipate some new teasers from the company.