The iQoo Z8x is slated to launch alongside the iQoo Z8 in China on Thursday, as the latest addition to the company’s Z series. iQoo has now announced the most important specifications of the phone on Weibo. The upcoming iQoo Z8x is powered by a Snapdragon chipset. The phone is expected to launch as a successor to the iQoo Z7x that launched in China earlier this year. The latter is supported by a 6,000 mAh battery and supports 80W fast charging.
According to a Weibo post by iQoo, the upcoming iQoo Z8x will feature a Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 chipset. The processor is said to have scored 600,000 points in the AnTuTu benchmark test. The company states that CPU performance has increased by 25 percent and GPU performance by 30 percent compared to its predecessor.
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer has also announced the battery specifications of its upcoming smartphone. The iQoo Z8x will feature a 6,000mAh battery similar to that of its predecessor, the iQoo Z7x. The phone is said to offer up to 20 hours of viewing time for short videos and up to 32 hours for reading or browsing.
Other posts from the company reveal that the iQoo Z8x will come with a dual rear camera setup housed in two circular camera cutouts. However, the detailed specifications of the smartphone’s cameras are yet to be revealed.
The iQoo Z8x will be launched as the successor to the iQoo Z7x that launched in China earlier this year. The handset sports a 6.64-inch Full HD+ display with a refresh rate of up to 120Hz. It is powered by a Snapdragon 695 5G SoC.
The iQoo Z7x comes with a dual rear camera dominated by a 50MP primary sensor. There is an 8-megapixel selfie sensor on the front. The handset is powered by a 6,000mAh battery and supports 80W fast charging.
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