The iQOO Z3 with Snapdragon 768G will be released in India on June 8, according to the manufacturer. The handset’s teaser homepage has also appeared up on e-commerce site- Amazon India, implying that it will be sold there. With a Snapdragon 768G SoC and a 120Hz monitor refresh rate, the phone made its debut in China in March. On the side of the iQOO Z3 with Snapdragon 768G, there is also a fingerprint sensor for easy access.
Launch details of iQOO Z3 with Snapdragon 768G
The launch of the new iQOO Z3 with Snapdragon 768G in India has been announced for June 8. At 12 noon, the firm will have a virtual launch celebration. On Amazon, a webpage for the iQoo Z3 has gone online, and consumers can utilise the ‘Notify Me’ button to receive information on the impending handset’s arrival.
iQoo claims that facts regarding the phone would be revealed in stages leading up to the launch. Firstly, on June 1, the business will unveil specifics on “completely loaded Flash Charge Technology,” Simillarly on June 2, camera specs, on June 3, “gaming experience,” and on June 4, “display and design.”
Origin Operating System for iQoo 1.0, which is based on the latest Android 11, powers the iQOO Z3 with Snapdragon 768G. It boasts a 120Hz refresh rate and a full-HD+ (1,080×2,408 pixels) LCD display for amazing experience. The iQoo Z3 features a powerful octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 768G SoC. This has a size up to 8GB of Low Power Double Data Rate4x RAM which makes the phone faster.
Qualcomm’s most recent processor- Snapdragon 768G runs at 2.8GHz. One Kryo 475 Prime core runs at 2.8GHz which is the highest, one Kryo 475 Gold core runs at 2.2GHz, and six Kryo 475 Silver cores run at 1.8GHz. The GPU on the chipset is the Adreno 620. For heat dissipation, the iQOO Z3 with Snapdragon 768G will use a liquid-cooling subsystem.
A microSD card slot can be utilized and extend the onboard UFS 2.2 storage up to 256GB (up to 1TB). The phone is armed with various sensors like Accelerometer, Compass/ Magnetometer, Proximity sensor, Ambient light and Gyroscope too. In other words, it is a complete phone available under fair price.
Features of iQOO Z3
On the iQoo Z3, there is a fingerprint scanner on the side. A 4,400mAh battery powers it, and it supports 55W rapid charging. For better connectivity, the smartphone includes dual-band Wi-Fi for file transfer and internet connection, Bluetooth v5.1 for sharing files, Global Positioning (GPS) for location tracking, a 3.5mm headphone jack for connecting headphones, 5G, 4G LTE, and a USB Type-C charging port. Above all, the phone will be able to charge at a rate of 55W. In conclusion, the smartphone can be charged to 50% in about 19 minutes at this rate.
The iQoo Z3’s triple backside camera has a stunning 64-megapixel main sensor. In addition, the phone has a magnificent 8MP sensor along with ultra-wide-angle lens for wider view, and a 2MP sensor. Above all, A 16 MP front camera has been provided. Similarly, portrait, dynamic photographs, night scene, short films, AR adorable shot and more modes are available in the camera app.
The promos for the iQOO Z3 with Snapdragon 768G on the company’s social media accounts indicate that the phone would be targeting India’s Generation Z smartphone customers. However, there is no official announcement on pricing, the rumours indicate it would cost roughly Rs 25,000 in India.
The top-of-the-line model costs in China at 1,999 Yuan and comes with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. iQoo released the iQoo 7 series in India in April. With a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 CPU, a 4,ooo mAh battery and 48 MP triple back camera configuration, the iQoo 7 Legend is priced at Rs 39,990.
In conclusion, the phone has been quite impressive and with it’s features we expect it to be a hit in the market. Above all, iQOO Z3 with Snapdragon 768G is a budget phone and will be India’s first Snapdragon 768G Smartphone. Compared to Mi11, the phone has a better performance and also the rates are quite similar. So, the obvious choice would be iQOO Z3 with Snapdragon 768G. The service centres of Vivo will be repairing the handset of this subbrand. But It would be interesting to see if it can compete against the upcoming OnePlus Nord CE.