Again in October, Vivo introduced the iQOO Neo with Snapdragon 855. Now, in response to a number of leaks and stories, the Chinese language agency is gearing as much as unveil a brand new variant of the handset with the newer Snapdragon 855+. Will probably be the second Vivo iQOO smartphone to ship with Qualcomm’s newest SoC providing. The primary one was the Vivo iQOO Professional.
The iQOO Neo 855+ has handed by TENAA and Grasp Lu revealing its design and specs. We additionally received a glimpse of the smartphone by Android Enterprise itemizing. Now, it was time for the flagship handset to go by AnTuTu Benchmark. It leaves little question in regards to the chipset contained in the upcoming smartphone. We don’t know which type of technique Vivo will use with the Neo 855+ to keep away from competitors with the iQOO Professional, however it’s an indisputable fact that this handset will boast the overclocked model of Snapdragon 855.
Vivo iQOO Neo 855+ could debut earlier than the tip of December
In addition to the Snapdragon 855+ affirmation, the benchmark platform confirms 12GB of RAM and 128GB of RAM. So we’re in for a real flagship handset. Furthermore, Vivo isn’t involved with the truth that it’s going to pack the identical quantity of RAM discovered within the iQOO Professional. The Benchmark itemizing additional confirms that Android 9 Pie and FHD+ decision are in tow. In response to TENAA, this smartphone will function a 6.38-inch show with an in-fingerprint scanner beneath. We assume that Vivo will stick to an AMOLED panel.
Concerning the benchmark checks, the iQOO Neo 855 scored 503,734 factors within the platform. Apparently sufficient, this rating is greater than most different Snapdragon 855 Plus-powered smartphones. We nonetheless don’t know what technique Vivo will use with this new smartphone. Maybe will probably be a brand new upgraded variant of the iQOO Neo that may solely attain sure markets. In spite of everything, the Vivo iQOO Professional which has the identical chipset nonetheless is a comparatively new handset.
Contemplating the variety of leaks, and TENAA’s certification we shouldn’t be too removed from an official launch.