The newest phones in the company’s Z series, the iQOO Z8x and Z8, are scheduled to make their debuts in China on Thursday. iQOO has already shared the phone’s essential specs on Weibo. A Snapdragon chipset will power the upcoming iQOO Z8x. The phone is anticipated to make its debut as the iQOO Z7x’s replacement, which was introduced earlier this year in China. The latter enables 80W rapid charging and is powered by a 6,000mAh battery.
A Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 chipset will be included in the upcoming iQOO Z8x, according to a Weibo post by the company. According to reports, the CPU passed the AnTuTu benchmark test with a score of 600,000. According to the business, CPU performance has grown by 25.
The battery parameters of the Chinese smartphone manufacturer’s next model have also been made public. A 6,000mAh battery, comparable to that of the iQOO Z7x, will be included with the iQOO Z8x. It is stated that the phone can support reading or surfing for up to 32 hours and up to 20 hours of watching brief movies. The iQOO Z8x will include a dual back camera arrangement contained in two circular camera cut-outs, according to other business posts. The particular details of the smartphone’s cameras have not yet been made public.
The iQOO Z8x will be released as the follow-up to the iQOO Z7x, which was released in China earlier this year. The device has a 6.64-inch full-HD+ display that can run at 120 Hz.