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iQOO 11 Leaked Renders Reveal Similar Design Language


iQOO 11 will be the latest flagship from the Vivo sub-brand. It will be launching next month on the 2nd of December. However, the Indian launch will be in January. The iQOO 11 will be a full-fledged flagship device. The expected specifications give us an idea that the iQOO 11 will be one of the most enticing flagships of the year. It will also be one of the very first to use the recently announced Snapdragon 8 Gen2 by Qualcomm.

Expected Design & Specifications

The leaked render shows a similar design language to previous iQOO devices. The iQOO flagship will feature a 6.78″ E6 AMOLED panel. In addition, it will be a 144Hz refresh rate panel. The resolution of the panel is said to be QHD+. The device will be running Origin OS 3 based on the latest Android 13. iQOO will be looking to smash it in the battery department as well. Reportedly, the device will be packing a 5000 mAh battery with a whopping 120W fast charging support.

Furthermore, the device will also feature Vivo’s V2 chip. In addition to the dedicated V2 chip, it will also have 1440 Hz PWM dimming. The camera system was rumored to be similar to the Vivo X Fold+. However, latest reports say otherwise. iQOO 11 will have a 50MP main lens accompanied by a 13MP ultra-wide and an 8MP macro lens. Lastly, the device will weigh 205 grams and its dimensions will roughly measure 164.8 x 77 x 8.5 mm.


The upcoming iQOO flagship device looks like a decent device and will offer a good choice for someone looking for a beastly device. Performance-wise, nothing can be said just yet. Obviously, it will be more than enough. However, at this tier, we are often nitpicking as we should after paying a hefty price tag for such devices. I hope Snapdragon 8 Gen2 improves on the issues that the 8 Gen1 had. Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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