iQoo 11 series specs leaked, may feature a new 50MP main camera

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Vivo’s sub-brand iQoo is reportedly developing the next flagship lineup which is expected to launch in China in early 2023. This new series — iQoo 11 — will follow the iQoo 10 series which is already available in the local market but is yet to arrive in India. The iQoo eleven series may also launch in India a long time after it releases in China.

The Chinese smartphone maker is likely to release two devices in the upcoming lineup — the iQoo 11 and iQoo 11 Pro smartphones. Recently, a tipster revealed some key details about the display that will be used in the upcoming handsets. Now, a new report by GizmoChina has also shared the expected camera details of the particular iQoo 11 series smartphones.

iQoo 11 series: Expected specifications
Rumours suggest that the iQoo 11 series smartphones may feature a Samsung E6 AMOLED panel that will offer 2K resolution and support the 120Hz refresh rate.

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The display is also expected to feature a curved edge panel and a centrally positioned punch-hole cutout for the front camera. Both iQoo 11 and iQoo eleven Pro devices are likely to come powered by the yet-to-be-released Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.

As per the new report, both smartphones in the upcoming series are expected to sport a 50MP primary camera setup. The company is reportedly testing a new variant of the Sony IMX8-series primary camera for the iQoo 11 lineups.

This new version of the Sony IMX8-series camera is likely to have a 1/1. 5-inch sensor and might be a custom-made version of the existing Sony IMX866 sensor.

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The report also suggests that the Pro variant from the upcoming series may retain the 200W fast charging support from its predecessor — iQoo 10 Pro.

On the contrary, the base model of the iQoo eleven series is expected to help 120W fast charging and the iQoo 11 Pro is also likely to support wireless charging.

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