iQOO, a couple of months back, launched the iQOO 9, iQOO 9 Pro, and the iQOO 9 SE smartphones in the Indian market. The brand is all set to add another smartphone to the lineup – the iQOO 9T. The upcoming iQOO smartphone is confirmed to make its debut soon in the Indian market but the brand is yet to reveal the launch date. Now, ahead of the launch, the unboxing of the iQOO 9T has surfaced on YouTube, courtesy of Tech Burner. Let us take a look at the specifications of the iQOO 9T revealed in the unboxing video.
iQOO 9T Details Shared in the Unboxing
The unboxing video confirms that the iQOO 9T will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor. The iQOO 9T is also confirmed to sport enhanced LPDDR5 RAM and enhanced UFS 3.1 storage. The video also suggests that the upcoming iQOO device might be the cheapest Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 powered smartphone in the country.
The video showcases the upcoming iQOO smartphone in two colour options, one of which is a BMW Motorsport Edition. The rear panel of the iQOO 9T will come with a dual-tone design language. The top portion of the black panel has a glossy finish, whereas, the lower half of the back panel has a matte finish as revealed in the video. The BMW Motorsport Edition will come with a white matte finish and its signature stripped design.
The unboxing video also confirms that the iQOO 9T will sport a V1+ imaging chip and it will support 120W fast charging. The smartphone will sport a 50MP Samsung GN5 sensor with extreme night vision mode. The handset will also come with motion estimation and motion compensation (otherwise known as MEMC) support which can also help uplift the SDR content into HDR content.
The detailed specifications of the iQOO 9T surfaced on the web a couple of days ago, you can head over to this link to know more about the iQOO 9T. Going by the design, it appears that the iQOO 9T might be a rebranded iQOO 10 series smartphone that is launching on July 19 in the Chinese market.
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