iQOO will be launching its next Z-series smartphone, the iQOO Z5x in China on October 20. Ahead of the official launch, the key specifications of the device were leaked by the Weibo tipster a few days back. Previously, the device was even spotted at the Google Play Console and 3C certification. Apart from the 3C and Google Play Console listing, the device had also gained the required TENAA certification a few weeks back. Now, in a recent development, the company has confirmed some details of the iQOO Z5x. According to the teaser posted by the brand, the iQOO Z5x’s display will feature a 120Hz refresh and a 240Hz touch sampling rate. Let’s take a look at more details of the handset ahead:
iQOO Z5x Confirmed To Feature 120Hz Display, Liquid Cooling System
Apart from the 120Hz refresh rate details, the company also has revealed that the upcoming iQOO Z5x will have a five-layer liquid cooling system for better thermal management. The teaser also discloses that the smartphone will have Wi-Fi 6 connectivity support and a 50MP dual-camera setup. The past leak suggests us that the handset will feature a 6.58-inch TFT display. Under the hood the iQOO Z5x might be powered by an octa-core Dimensity 900 5G SoC. The device is supposed to launch in with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. We can expect the smartphone to boot Android 11 out of the box with Origin OS on top.
As confirmed by the teaser, the iQOO Z5x will feature a 50MP dual-camera setup at the back. The 50MP sensor might be accompanied by a 2MP depth camera as per the past leak. On the front side, the device is said to feature a 8MP selfie camera. According to the details disclosed by the TENAA certification, the device shall measure 163.95×75.30×8.5 mm in terms of dimensions and it could weigh 169 grams. Last but not least, the device is said to pack a 4,880mAh battery which will support 44W fast charging, as per the 3C certification. We shall get to learn the detailed specifications, pricing, and availability details of the handset once it goes official in China tomorrow.
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