Last February, Vivo launched the brand at home iQOO, brand dedicated to a range of premium smartphones with an affordable price. The trend continued throughout 2019, culminating with his first 5G model, literally snapped up. Until now, the brand has been limited exclusively to the Chinese market, but now it seems that iQOO could become international as an independent brand, following in the wake of brands such as POCO e Realme.
22 / 01 Update: news arrives on the brand's debut in India, with some information on the next smartphone in the series. Find all the details in the article.
iQOO will debut in India as an independent brand from Vivo
According to some rumors - which would come from reliable industry sources - iQOO would be ready to debut in India, precisely a March 2020. The company should land in the country as an independent entity with respect to Vivo, opting for a clear separation. The brand - just as seen at home - will offer top devices at affordable prices, going to challenge sacred monsters such as OnePlus and Xiaomi / Redmi.
At the moment it is not clear which of the available models will be launched in India. It will be one of the devices already seen, perhaps the latest model Neo with Snap 855+? Or will the company debut in style with the next top of the family range?
Speaking Article 3, the flagship may have been certified in China with the initials V1950A. According to TENAA, the device will have a panel on it Full HD + da 6.89 inches Full HD +, presumably with Snapdragon 865, accompanied by at least 8 GB of RAM and 128 / 256 GB storage. The smartphone comes with the 44W fast charge support and integrates a triple camera with a main sensor from 64 MP.
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After the rumors about the iQOO debut in India, news arrives about the brand's first smartphone to enter the country. According to yet another source, it seems that the company will present itself in an international version in grand style, directly with his next flagship with Snapdragon 865. Also news comes from the leaker DigitalChatStation, who claims that a Monster variant (i.e. the one with a disproportionate amount of RAM on board).
The reason? It seems that iQOO is going to shake off the brand of gaming smartphone brands, so that we can focus exclusively on offering top of the range at affordable prices. So should we expect a change of course for designs and colors? However, the company's devices have been characterized from a look poco aggressive (unlike competitors), at most focusing on effect colors and LED lights.⭐️ Follow and support GizChina su Google News : click on the star to insert us in the favoritesi .