[Update 2] Sources have confirmed to MySmartPrice that the iQOO 9 Pro Indian variant will come with a Quad HD+ resolution display.
[Update] iQOO 9 Pro Indian variant with model number I2022 has now been spotted on the Bluetooth SIG certification website.
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iQOO is gearing up to launch the iQOO 9 series handsets in the Indian market. The iQOO 9 series for the Indian market will consist of three handsets – iQOO 9 SE, iQOO 9, and iQOO 9 Pro. These handsets are said to launch this month itself in the country. Ahead of the launch, we have now spotted the upcoming 9 Pro Indian variant with model number I2022 on the Google Play Console and Google Play supported devices list. Let us take a look at the specifications of iQOO 9 Pro revealed via the latest certification.
iQOO 9 Pro Indian Variant Spotted on Google Play Console and Google Play Supported Devices Lists!
The Indian variant of the 9 Pro appeared on the Google Play Console and Google Play Supported devices list with model number I2022. The Google Play Console listing reveals that the handset will come with a Full HD+ (1,080 × 2,400 pixel resolution) and 440ppi pixel density. However, iQOO team has confirmed to us that the Indian variant will also come with Quad HD+ resolution display, similar to the Chinese variant.
The listing further reveals the presence of an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processor and Adreno 730 GPU. The listing also confirms the 12GB RAM variant of the handset for the Indian market. Also, the Indian variant of the device will come pre-loaded with Android 12, based on the latest listing. Apart from this, the listing doesn’t reveal anything about the Indian variant of the device.
To those unaware, iQOO is believed to launch the iQOO 8 (Chinese variant) and iQOO 9 Pro (Chinese variant) as the iQOO 9 and iQOO 9 Pro respectively in India, at least that’s what the teasers image from the company suggested. The iQOO 9 SE, iQOO 9, and iQOO 9 Pro are said to be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 888, Snapdragon 888+, and Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 processors respectively.
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