The teaser for a new "pro" iQoo Neo phone posted by iQoo CEO Nipun Marya
iQoo will launch a new "Pro" branded Neo series phone soon
The teaser suggests the firm will launch the iQoo Neo 7 Pro
The Chinese phone maker is yet to share details of the iQoo Neo 7 Pro
iQoo Neo 7 Pro launch in India could take place soon. The company's CEO posted a teaser for a "Pro" branded iQoo Neo smartphone that is headed to the Indian market. The smartphone is expected to arrive as a premium version of the iQoo Neo 7 5G that was launched in India in February with a MediaTek Dimensity 8200 SoC and support for 120W fast charging. The company is yet to reveal any specifications of the purported iQoo Neo 7 Pro handset.
A teaser shared by iQoo CEO Nipun Marya on Twitter contains the text "Neo" at the centre of the image, with "7" and "P" at the top and bottom of the image. The teaser hints at the Neo 7 Pro moniker of the handset, but the company hasn't confirmed the name yet. It also doesn't reveal any details of its specifications and features. The tweet states that the handset will launch in India soon.
In February, the company launched the iQoo Neo 7 5G in India. The handset brought upgrades over its predecessor. The handset sports a 6.78-inch AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. It is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 8200 SoC paired with up to 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM.
iQoo Neo 7 5G is equipped with a triple rear camera setup, featuring a 64-megapixel main camera with optical image stabilisation and 2-megapixel macro and depth sensors. It also sports a 16-megapixel front facing camera for selfies and video chats.
The handset features a graphite 3D cooling system to reduce heating during gaming sessions. It offers up to 256GB of UFS 3.1 onboard storage and packs a 5,000mAh battery, which supports fast charging at 120W. According to iQoo, the handset can be charged up to 50 percent in 10 minutes.
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