iQOO Z7 5G Review Highlights

Robin John

It has a colour changing panel with a wider camera module on the back. The thick bezels and waterdrop notch irked us.


Its 6.38-inch full HD+ AMOLED display refreshes at 90Hz and produces vibrant colours while watching content.


The Dimensity 920 chipset on iQOO Z7 deals well with everyday tasks. We did not notice any stutter.


The iQOO Z7 runs on FunTouch OS 13 based on Android 13 out of the box. It has bloatware but various customisation options.


The 64-megapixel primary camera takes some great shots. The pictures had good details and the colours were also close to natural.


The 4,500mAh battery lasted about 5 hours and 50 minutes for us on the iQOO Z7. It supports 44W charging.


The iQOO Z7 might be the go-to smartphone under the Rs 20,000 price segment.