Earlier today, iQOO confirmed that it will be launching the iQOO 7 flagship phone on Jan. 11 in China. Speculations are rife that the V2049A model number belongs to the forthcoming iQOO 7 smartphone. Earlier this month, a Vivo phone with a V2049A model number was seen at the 3C certification platform of China. The same phone has now scored 752K+ on AnTuTu benchmarks.
The AnTuTu listing shows that the iQOO 7 is equipped with a Snapdragon 888 chipset and 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM. The phone is fitted with 256 GB of UFS 3.1 storage. It has an FHD+ display that offers a refresh rate of 120Hz. Also, it is running on the latest Android 11 OS.
The listing states that the smartphone scored 200,616 in the CPU test of AnTuTu benchmarks. In the CPU, memory, and UX tests, the handset recorded 340,539, 114,445, and 97,335 points, respectively. The handset scored an average benchmarking score of 752,935 on the benchmarking platform.
AnTuTu claimed that the device that has been benchmarked is an engineering prototype. The final product may offer even better performance. AnTuTu claimed that the device that has been benchmarked is an engineering prototype. The final product may offer even better performance. The above-shown poster was shared by iQOO earlier today. It states that the smartphone is equipped with enhanced versions of the LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage.
Rumors have it that the iQOO 7 could be equipped with a 6.56-inch AMOLED FHD+ screen, which is available on the Vivo X60 series smartphone. On the photography front, it may feature an OIS enabled 48-megapixel triple camera system on its back. The 3C appearance of the phone revealed that it could be arriving with a 120W fast charger. The reservations of the phone have now started through Vivo China and JD.com. The Chinese firm will be also releasing a special BMW version of the iQOO 7.