iQOO is set to unveil the anticipated iQOO 12 and iQOO 12 Pro on November 7th in China. These models will be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 chipset and will also feature the Q1 dedicated display processor. The iQOO 12 series promises top-of-the-line features, with options for up to 16 GB of LPDDR5x RAM and a whopping 1 TB of UFS 4.0 storage. For gaming aficionados, the presence of the self-developed Q1 e-sports chip means enhanced gaming experiences with super-resolution and super-frame concurrency.
A notable aspect of the iQOO 12 series is its sensory features. It boasts the largest ultra-wide vibration motor in the brand's history, coupled with symmetrical three-dimensional dual stereo speakers. These elements are expected to elevate the overall auditory and tactile experiences, especially for gamers. Moreover, it supports both Hi-Res Audio and Hi-Res Audio Wireless, ensuring impeccable sound quality.
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Efficient heat dissipation is crucial for smartphones, and the iQOO 12 series doesn't disappoint. It employs a four-zone heat dissipation architecture, supported by an ultra-large area VC vapor chamber. This chamber is 40% larger compared to its predecessors, ensuring optimal thermal management. On the durability front, the iQOO 12 has been rated IP64, but the 12 Pro takes it a notch higher with an IP68 rating, making it resilient to rain and submersion.
Lastly, both the iQOO 12 and 12 Pro are a first for the company, as they will run on the Origin OS 4-based Android 14. Display specifications indicate that both will have a 6.78-inch screen with a 144Hz refresh rate. However, the standard version will feature a BOE-supplied flat screen with a 1.5K resolution and an optical in-screen fingerprint scanner, while the 12 Pro will stand out with its curved-edge E7 AMOLED Samsung screen, 2K resolution, and an ultrasonic in-display fingerprint sensor.