Earlier this week, iQOO released the first teaser of the upcoming iQOO Z3 5G smartphone. The company started with the reservations of the smartphone through multiple retailer sites including Vivo China’s online store in China. An updated listing of the phone at JD now has a new poster, which confirms that it will launch on March 25 in China.
The poster gives a look at one of the corners of the iQOO Z3’s back, which does not reveal anything significant about its design. The listing has no information on the specs of the Z3. However, it mentions the model number of the device as V2073A.
The V20732A model number has been recently at Google Play Console and 3C. The latter revealed that it is a 5G phone that may arrive with support for 55W fast charging. The V2073A’s Play Console listing states that its display supports FHD+ resolution, 6 GB of RAM, and Android 11 OS.
The Play Console listing reveals that it is powered by an SM7250 Qualcomm chipset. The SM7250 model number belongs to three chipsets such as Snapdragon 765, 765G, and 768G. However, a tipster claimed it could be driven by the Snapdragon 768G.
Other reports have claimed that it has a 144Hz LCD panel with a punch-hole design and a Sony IMX589 48-megapixel triple camera system. There is no word on its pricing. The handset will be arriving as a successor to the iQOO Z1 from last year.
In related news, the iQOO U3x 5G is also expected to debut in the coming week in China. Its retailer listings have revealed that its pre-orders will kick off on March 22. The Snapdragon 480 powered handset could be a rebranded version of the Vivo Y31s 5G.
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