Vivo V1936A 3C Certified With 33W Charger, Probably iQOO Lite

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Chinese manufacturer Vivo has its subsidiary iQOO as its brand for smartphones aimed at more active gamers. After the standard handset, the brand also unveiled the iQOO Pro and its variant with a 5G mobile internet connection.

Yesterday, a leaker from China revealed that Vivo ‘s sub-brand iQOO is preparing to launch a new smartphone using Snapdragon 855 chip. Expected, this is an upgraded version of the configuration of the iQOO Neo Use Snapdragon 845 chip launched in July this year.

Now, a new Vivo phone with model number V1936A has been certified by the 3C agency. Rumors have speculated that this smartphone could hit the market as iQOO Lite.

According to Gizmochina, the list of 3C has revealed that Vivo V1936A’s retail box will come with a 33W fast charger, matching previous leaks about the phone. Hopefully, Vivo V1936A may soon appear on TENAA’s database with all its specifications.

Currently, the configuration information of iQOO Lite has not been revealed much. Some recent rumors suggest that iQOO Lite will be equipped with an OLED screen with a waterdrop notch design to accommodate each selfie camera. Besides, like other iQOO phones, iQOO Lite is expected to be equipped with an in-screen fingerprint sensor and a 4500mAh battery, promising to meet the user’s 2-day long use.

The supposed iQOO Lite smartphone should come with an attractive price. The highest configuration model of iQOO Lite, which has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, costs 2298 yuan ($321). On the other hand, the Vivo iQOO 6GB RAM + 128GB basic storage model is priced at 2698 yuan ($369). The iQOO Lite can cost about 2398 yuan ($335).

Read Also: Vivo U3x launched With 5000mAh Battery, Snapdragon 665, Priced From $112

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