Only a few months have passed since the iQOO Neo 6’s global launch, but its successor has a growing number of leaks. While vital information was being leaked by Digital Chat Station, the 3C only listed the phone.
The iQOO Neo 7 will have improved battery technology that supports quicker 120W charging (20V/6A), surpassing the 80W of the Neo 6’s global and Chinese variants. The battery capacity is yet unknown, however the current model’s tank has a 4,700mAh capacity.
The global and Chinese Neo 6 were both powered by Qualcomm CPUs (Snapdragon 870 and 8 Gen 1, respectively), but the next version is anticipated to do away with those in favor of a Demensity 9000+, which was previously used on devices like the ROG Phone 6D.
The iQOO Neo 7 will include an FHD+ 120Hz display, according to the DCS (with PWM dimming). The 64MP GW1 sensor (1/1.72”, 0.8μm) of the Neo 6 will be replaced by the 50MP IMX766V sensor (1/1.56”, 1.0μm), which is a customized version of Sony’s IMX766. The iQOO 8 Pro flagship from the previous year included the IMX766V.
Next month may see the introduction of the iQOO Neo 7. It’s unclear, though, if that debut will be international or limited to China. Additionally, as was the case with the Neo 6, there may be significant hardware variations between regions.
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