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Alleged iQOO U1 5G Full Specifications Revealed on TENAA

iQOO recently announced the iQOO U1 smartphone in China. The model number of the smartphone is V2023A. An unreleased phone that has a model number of V2019A has appeared with all its specs and images of TENAA. It appears to be the 5G version of the iQOO U1.

Alleged iQOO U1 5G Specifications

The iQOO V2019A smartphone has 162.07 x 76.61 x 8.46mm dimensions and weighs 190 grams. The TENAA images of the phone suggests that it could be wearing a polycarbonate body. The handset houses a 6.53-inch display that produces a Full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels. It seems to be sporting a punch-hole at the top-left corner.

The smartphone is fueled by 5G chipset that works at 2.0GHz. Currently, the iQOO U1 is available in the market as the cheapest iQOO phone. Its alleged 5G variant may end up as the most affordable 5G phone in the Chinese markets. The phone is expected to arrive in the homeland in 6 GB and 8 GB RAM editions and storage choices like 64 GB and 128 GB.

The purported iQOO U1 5G is loaded with Android 10 OS. It does not feature a microSD card slot. The phone is equipped with a side-facing fingerprint reader. It is backed by a 4,420mAh minimum rated battery. The 3C appearance of the phone had revealed that it may arrive with an 18W charger.

The rumored iQOO U1 5G has a front-facing camera of 8-megapixel. The rear side of the handset features a triple camera system. It includes a main lens of 48-megapixel which is coupled with an 8-mgeapixel sensor and a 2-megapixel lens.

The reason why the iQOO V2019A is dubbed as iQOO U1 5G is that except for the processor, its other specs match with the U1 handset. Since the new iQOO 5G phone has surfaced on TENAA with full specifications, it may go official either by the end of this month or early in the coming month.

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