iQOO is going to launch a smartphone to compete with the iPhone 14 very soon, which is named iQOO 11 Pro. Many such features will be found in the phone which are in flagship phones. Along with this, its design will also be tremendous. Let’s know about iQOO 11 Pro in detail…
With the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip announced to the world, we were waiting for brands to make big announcements about 2023 being the first phone with the flagship chip. Oppo has already announced the Find X series with this chip and now, iQOO 11 Pro is rumored to launch in the global market. The phone is expected to launch in India in January 2023 and will also feature the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip in the market. Based on a report by GSMArena, it is said that the iQOO 11 Pro will use the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip, which is expected to offer better power efficiency and better performance. The iQOO 11 Pro will also feature Vivo’s V2 image processing chip for better low-light photography experience.
iQOO 11 Pro leaked a few months before launch
Next is the design, which is said to retain the BMW M Motorsport livery at the rear. The phone is also said to come with a 6.78-inch E6 AMOLED display and we expect the phone to sport the same ultrasonic fingerprint scanner that we saw on the iQOO 9 Pro earlier this year. The phone will run on Android 13 out of the box.
iQOO 11 Pro Battery
Apart from these, it was also said that the iQOO 11 Pro will have 200W fast wired charging solution. With a 4700mAh battery, iQOO can promise to fully charge the battery in under 20 minutes. Xiaomi has already announced a similar 210W charging solution that promises a full charge in under 9 minutes.
Will give competition to iPhone 14
What remains to be seen is the camera setup and the overall price of the device. The IQOO 11 Pro may offer Vivo’s second best camera setup on a phone in India, and may also try to undercut the Apple iPhone 14, which it can compete directly with.
In fact, compared to the iPhone 14, the iQOO 11 Pro wins by a mega margin. The iPhone 14 still uses last year’s A15 Bionic chip and features the same dated design. The phone has an OLED display which is stuck at 60Hz refresh rate. Apple still uses a 20W wired charging solution on its iPhone, which is much slower than the rumored 200W solution.