Vivo launched the iQOO 7 smartphone back in January, and according to leaksters, there is another gaming phone in the pipeline – the vivo iQOO Neo 5, a successor of the SD865-powered iQOO Neo3.
The new phone will arrive in the middle of March with a Snapdragon 870 chipset, a Samsung display, and some of the fastest charging rates on the market – 88W through the wire and 66W wirelessly for the 4,400 mAh battery.
vivo iQOO Neo3 5G
The screen will be a Super AMOLED panel with a 120 Hz refresh rate and will have room for one 16 MP shooter. While the screen is “confirmed information,” the camera setup is “yet to be confirmed.”
On the back, the vivo iQOO Neo5 is said to have three shooters – a 48 MP main one with a Sony IMX598 sensor, a 13 MP ultra-wide-angle shooter, and a 2 MP lens, likely for macro shots or assisting in portrait photos.
Other unconfirmed but possible specs include dual speakers and a frame made of aluminum for better endurance and heat dissipation. Prices are estimated to go between CNY2,998 and CNY3,698 (anywhere between $464 and $572).
Source (in Chinese) | Via