Many readers wonder why we share such news when we talk about new products that pass the Chinese 3C quality certification. The thing is that this certification means that a new product is on the way. For instance, today, we learned that a new VIVO phone with model number V2243A had passed the mentioned certification. The upcoming VIVO smartphone will support 120W fast charging. Intriguing?
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Unfortunately, there is no hint of which smartphone we are talking about. However, considering that the VIVO X90 Pro+ will not support 120W fast charging, we guess the mysterious VIVO phone will be the iQOO 11. Moreover, before this, the mentioned model leaked with a V2243A model number, while its Pro variant carries the V2254A model number.
The mysterious VIVO phone should be the iQOO 11
If our assumptions are true, and we are talking about the same model that has previously passed the radio approval and TENAA, it means the phone has completed three certificates. Thus, the iQOO 11’s launch is imminent. Again, unfortunately, none of these three certifications discloses key features of the upcoming VIVO phone. But there is every reason to think the phone will sport the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 flagship chip.
Before this, from a Weibo blogger, we learned that the iQOO 11 series would come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chip. Among them, the iQOO 11 standard version uses a 2K resolution Samsung E6 substrate flexible straight screen with a refresh rate of 120Hz and PWM dimming. In turn, the chip should come with up to 16GB+512GB storage combination.
The blogger also revealed that the new iQOO 11 series might come with a 50-megapixel outsole main camera, barely reaching the level of the Vivo X90 standard version. The main camera is about 1/1.5 inch and uses a new IMX8xx sensor that is fine-tuned and customized based on the previous IMX866 sensor.