The company Vivo has introduced a minor upgrade to the gaming flagship iQN855. The smartphone received the title before the racing edition and this single-chip system runs on Snapdragon 855 Plus.
The device has a 6.38-inch display with a 19.5: 9 aspect ratio and a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels. It supports HDR10. The function provides better performance in multi turbo 2.0 games. The 4,500mAh battery supports 33 watts fast charging. On the back cover is a triple camera with sensors with a resolution of 12, 8 and 2 MP. Supports night mode, Hyper HDR and other software enhancement features.
The smartphone runs on the IQ Monster UI Shell, based on Fontech OS 9 (Android 9). Three versions will go on sale: white, black and blue. One version with 8 GB RAM and 128 GB internal memory is priced at 370, and with 12 GB RAM -. 400. The smartphone will go on sale in China on December 12. No information about entering the global market.
Snapdragon 855+ for half the price of iPhone XR
Introduced by IKNO-855 Racing Edition
Under the brand name company, Vivo company has released the cheapest smartphone with SO Snapdragon 855+. The novelty is called the Neo 855 Racing Edition and is a slightly better version of the Neo 855 model.
Cost of new items – $ 368. If the price of the Redmi 20 Pro Premium Edition didn’t drop by the fall of 340, the Qualcomm would be the cheapest smartphone on Kolkata’s top platform.
So, the new 855 racing edition gets 8 or 12GB RAM, 128GB flash memory, 4500mAh battery, which has 33 watts charging, plus 6.38-inch open screen full HD. Received with a D + resolution.
The new product’s central camera is triple with a sensor with a resolution of 16, 8 and 2 megapixels, the front camera has a resolution of 16 megapixels. The smartphone is available in three colors: Carbon Black, Blue, and Blue.
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