iQOO had plans to launch the devices earlier but now it has decided to make the official unveil on December 8 in China.
- iQOO 11 series will have the vanilla and the Pro variant, but it seems the company doesn’t want to compromise on its performance and is said to be using the new Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset on both phones.
- iQOO 11 will come with a 2K 144Hz display, becoming the world’s first to have one. The phones will also get support for up to 200W fast charging, have the next-gen V2 chip, and run OriginOS. The series will support 5G, of course.
- The regular iQOO 11 will carry a flat design, while the Pro features a curved panel. Both variants are likely to be offered with up to 12GB RAM and 512GB of internal storage, which might not support expansion.
- iQOO still uses the Funtouch OS version but this time with the Android 13 version.
- On the imaging front, iQOO 11 is likely to feature three cameras at the back, while the Pro includes a quad-rear camera setup.
- iQOO is expected to use the Vivo V2 custom chip for processing and low-light recording.
- iQOO 11 should have a 5,000mAh battery with support for 120W charging, while the Pro variant is expected to pack a 4,700mAh battery unit but offer you 200W charging speed, one of the fastest in the market.