iQOO (I Quest On and On), a model owned by BBK electronics (OnePlus, Oppo, Realme, Vivo), has made its foray into the Indian smartphone market. The model is about to launch a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 powered 5G telephone in February and may very well be the primary one in India to start out the chain of flagship telephones this yr.
Earlier, the model was managed by Vivo; nonetheless, now, iQOO will perform as an unbiased firm with a devoted crew, each in India and China.
“Shoppers as we speak search for power-packed efficiency, and that’s precisely what we provide. We’re proud to share the identical ethos and values exhibited by as we speak’s youthful era who grew up within the web period. We’re assured that the values of the iQOO model resonate strongly with this viewers. iQOO is a model that understands, is in-sync, and progresses with them,” says Gagan Arora, Director-Advertising and marketing, iQOO.
iQOO’s first smartphone for India to help 5G
iQOO has revealed its plans of asserting a 5G telephone that is powered by the flagship Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chip with X55 5G modem. Whereas we do not have a precise launch date, this premium smartphone shall be unveiled in February and may very well be the primary one to assert the crown to announce a 5G telephone earlier than anybody else.
The corporate additionally stated that the brand new telephone would function design and battery improvements that can justify its premium expertise and value.
Whereas particulars are scarce, we solely have rumors round this yet-unnamed smartphone by iQOO. In response to a report that cites the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT), China, a smartphone with the model number V1950A was spotted in the database for going through the 3C certification.
This phone has flagship hardware with Snapdragon 865 chip, 44W fast charging support, and is said to be the iQOO 3. However, we’ll advise our readers to take this information with a pinch of salt.
Nonetheless, it’s exciting to see companies charting the course for the next generation of phones with 5G support in India. While there is still some time for 5G networks to be rolled out in India, such attempts could boost the planned rollout.