iQoo 11 teasers confirm specifications: 2K 144Hz OLED, Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, 120W charging and more – Times of India

iQoo, a spin-off smartphone brand from the house of Vivo, is set to unveil its latest high-end smartphone series, the iQoo 11, in China on December 2. The series includes the iQoo 11 and 11 Pro. There have been a lot of rumours surrounding the two smartphones, but the company recently teased much of its specifications, setting the expectations right.
Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset to power iQoo 11, 11 Pro
The two new top-of-the-line smartphones of iQoo would come with the latest from the house of Qualcomm, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset.
Further, the smartphone series will come with the latest LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 internal storage. However, the base storage variant of the vanilla model would still stick to UFS 3.1 storage.
The iQoo 11 will boast a 5,000mAh battery with support for 120W charging.
iQoo 11 series to feature Samsung’s E6 OLED panel with 2K resolution and 144Hz refresh rate
The two upcoming smartphones, iQoo 11 and 11 Pro, will feature the E6 OLED panel from Samsung. The new E6 panel of Samsung offers higher brightness and better flicker control.
As for the iQoo 11 series, the display would offer a 2K resolution (QHD+) and a refresh rate of 144Hz. The company says that it worked on creating a special variable refresh rate that adjusts to different areas of the screen depending on the content on the screen. The panel can go as bright as 1800 nits and also supports PWM dimming at 1440Hz.
Aiding the panel will be a new XDR engine, an in-house colour correction algorithm powered by the V2 chip.
The iQoo 11 would come with a 6.78-inch flat display, while the Pro model would have the same-sized curved display.
Faster night mode photos and more clear 4K videos in low-light
There is not much known about the camera setup of the iQoo 11 and 11 Pro. However, the upcoming iQoo 11 series will come with Vivo’s recently announced V2 chip, which promises to bring improvements in low-light scenarios. So, we can expect the two smartphones to offer faster shutter speeds in night mode shots and much clear 4K videos in low light.

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