iQOO is about to launch a smartphone that competes with the iPhone 14, named iQOO 11 Pro. The phone will get many features that are in flagship phones. Also its design will also get tremendous. Let’s know about iQOO 11 Pro in detail…
With Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip declared for the world, We were waiting for brands to make a big announcement about being the first phone with the 2023 flagship chip. Oppo has already announced the Find X series with this chip and now, there are rumors of an iQOO 11 Pro being launched in the global market. The phone is expected to be launched in India in January 2023 and will also introduce the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip to the market. Based on a GSMArena report, it is said that the iQOO 11 Pro Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip will be used, leading to better power efficiency and better performance. iQOO 11 Pro will also have Vivo’s V2 image processing chip for a better photography experience in low light.
iQOO 11 Pro leaked a few months before launch
Next is the design, which is said to maintain the BMW M Motorsport costume backwards. The phone has also been asked to come with a 6.78-inch E6 AMOLED display and we expect the phone to have the same ultrasonic fingerprint scanner that we started this year I saw iQOO 9 Pro. The phone will run on Android 13 out of the box.
iQOO 11 Pro Battery
Apart from these, it was also stated that iQOO 11 Pro will have a 200W fast wired charging solution। With a battery of 4700mAh, iQOO can promise to fully charge the battery within 20 minutes। Xiaomi has already announced a similar 210W charging solution that promises to be full charged within 9 minutes।
iPhone 14 will compete
What remains to be seen is the total price of the camera setup and device. The IQOO 11 Pro can offer Vivo’s second best camera setup on a phone in India, and Apple may also try to reduce the iPhone 14, Which he can directly counter.
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 similar dated designs. The phone has an OLED display stuck at a 60Hz refresh rate. Apple still uses a 20W wired charging solution on its iPhone, which is much slower than the rumored 200W solution.