Feel free to expect the most from the IQOO 8 series. and we already know practically all the details, including the release date. To begin with, let’s mention that the iQOO 8 will reportedly be the first series of smartphones to embody Samsung’s new E5 AMOLED LTPO series of screens that have dynamic refresh rates up to 120Hz, 2K + resolution, and 10-bit color.
And today, the company has teased that the E5 luminous material of the iQOO 8 will be combined with micro prism technology, which is similar to the light-condensing principle of car headlights, which can reduce light loss, achieve higher light output efficiency, and lower power consumption under the same brightness conditions.
In addition, the phone’s screen will support a 120Hz refresh rate and adopt the latest LTPO refresh rate step-less variable speed technology, which can ensure the user’s extreme needs for control and a smooth visual experience according to different user scenarios, while intelligently reducing power To avoid invalid power consumption of the screen.
LTPO adaptive refresh is a screen technology that has become popular among various manufacturers this year. Samsung, OPPO, and OnePlus are all equipped with LTPO OLED screens in their latest flagship phones.
The iQOO 8 will also launch the world’s first E5 high-brightness luminescent material, iQOO also confirmed that the screen will feature a 517ppi of pixel density, producing up to a billion colors, 2K + resolution, and 10-bit color. Besides, it is reported that iQOO 8 will not use the under-screen front camera that many manufacturers will adopt at present, but will continue to use the front centered punch-hole.
Apart from being the first phone to use an E5 AMOLED panel from Samsung, the iQOO 8 is also expected to be among the first phones to use a Snapdragon 888+ mobile platform. The chipset will likely be paired with 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage.
The phone will also run on OriginOS 1.0 based on Android 11. Other rumors also suggest that the iQOO 8 series could feature super-fast 120W charging support. You can expect more details about the device to be revealed on 17 August.
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