Iqoo Z6 Pro First Look, Key Specifications Tipped: To Come with Snapdragon 778G SoC, 66W Fast Charging Support

The Iqoo Z6 Pro won't offer a 3.5mm audio jack.

iQoo Z6 Pro

After launching the Iqoo Z6 last month in the Indian market, Iqoo is gearing up to launch a new Z-series handset – the Iqoo Z6 Pro in the Indian market. The upcoming Z6 Pro will be the first smartphone with the Pro moniker under the Z-series. Earlier this week, the brand confirmed the moniker of the device and also revealed that it will be the fastest smartphone under Rs 25,000 segment. Now, ahead of the launch, a new hands-on video by Techburner reveals the first look and key specifications of the upcoming Iqoo Z6 Pro.

The hands-on video reveals that the handset will come with a waterdrop notch, similar to other Z-series handsets. The video also showcases the back panel of the upcoming device which reveals a triple-rear camera setup arranged in a rather unconventional manner. The camera module will house two rings, one of which will house the primary sensor, while the other one will accommodate auxiliary sensors.

Iqoo Z6 Pro Specifications and Features

The hands-on video reveals that the upcoming Iqoo Z6 Pro will offer an OLED display panel with a 90Hz refresh rate. This makes the Iqoo Z6 Pro the first Z-series handset to come with an OLED panel. The display panel on the Iqoo Z6 Pro will support 1300nits peak brightness.

The Iqoo Z6 Pro will offer a triple-rear camera setup including a 64MP primary shooter, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, and a macro lens. The handset supports 66W fast charging with which it can charge to 100% in about 40 minutes.

The Iqoo Z6 Pro will be powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor and the company claims an Antutu benchmark score of about 550k points. The Iqoo Z6 Pro features a matte finish and offers a Type-C charging port. It lacks the 3.5mm audio jack, so audio will also be routed through the Type-C port.

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