The iQOO 12 series of smartphones is set to launch in China on November 7th. These phones will feature top-of-the-line hardware and impressive features. We’re particularly excited to try out the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC, as the iQOO 12 will be among the first devices to launch with this mobile chipset. And now, real-life images of the iQOO 12 were leaked online, following the earlier release of renders.
Here’s how iQOO 12 will look in real life!
On the Chinese microblogging platform Weibo, supposed real-life photographs of the upcoming iQOO 12 have been leaked. If you carefully look at the image, you will notice that it corresponds to the previously leaked render. The three sides of the iQOO 12 are rather narrow, while the chin is slightly wider. The new phone’s lens module is shaped like a squircle.
Previously, the device was leaked showcasing in two colors: black and white. The white variant has a glossy back panel, whereas the black variant has a matte appearance. The brand logo is prominently displayed vertically on the bottom right-hand side of the gadget. Furthermore, the back panel displays the legendary collaboration between iQOO and BMW, with the tagline “Fascination meets Innovation.”
Furthermore, the device will be available in a variety of memory configurations, including 12GB+256GB, 16GB+256GB, 16GB+512GB, and a top-tier 16GB+1TB model, according to the credible source Digital Chat Station. Notably, it is expected that no 8GB RAM option would be offered. Along with these options, the iQOO 12 will be available in a black track edition made of cutting-edge fluorite AG glass.
According to officials, the iQOO 12 series smartphones would include the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor as well as a self-developed e-sports chip Q1. These devices will ship with OriginOS 4 pre-installed and will have a 144Hz refresh rate on the screen. Among other things, they’ll have the largest X-axis linear motor ever seen in iQOO history, a symmetrical dual lens at the top level, a periscope telephoto lens, and a 1/1.3-inch primary camera sensor.