The iQOO 11 is scheduled to arrive on December 2, and today the vivo brand revealed all key specs and features that will make the phone stand out. A lot was already teased, and today we have an official confirmation it will run on Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 while bringing the latest in memory and display tech.
The vivo iQOO 11 brings LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage, a combo that’s still rarely available on smartphones. The fine print revealed there is an 8/128 GB memory version that will bring the slightly older UFS 3.1 which is still a pretty fast storage standard.
The screen is said to be the best for KPL – Kings Pro League, the highest league tournament of the Tencent game Honor of Kings. It will be a Samsung-made E6 AMOLED with QHD+ resolution (also called 2K by manufacturers in China) and up to 144Hz refresh rate, which will probably be enabled only for a handful of games.
vivo iQOO 11 display promo posters
Other specs include a 5,000 mAh battery with 120W fast charging and the vivo V2 ISP for clearer 4K videos in low light and faster processing of Night Mode photos, compared with the previous imaging chip.
The big question is how much will this behemoth of a phone would cost and when it will arrive for sale.
Source (in Chinese)