Recently, the iQOO V2019A was spotted at the database of TENAA with minimum specs. It revealed that it could be arriving as the world’s cheapest 5G smartphone. A Vivo phone with model number V2023A was spotted at the 3C database earlier this month. At that time, it was speculated that it could be a Y-series phone from Vivo. However, now that the phone has appeared at TENAA, it can be said that it will be arriving in the market as an iQOO branded device.
The 3C appearance of the V2023A revealed that it is a 4G LTE phone. Since an 18W charger was spotted in the listing, it was concluded that it could be arriving as a mid-range smartphone.
The TENAA has the minimum specs of the device. It states that the phone measures 162.07 x 76.61 x 8.46mm and it has a display of 6.53 inches. The handset has a rated battery of 4,420mAh capacity. The images of the phone have not appeared yet on TENAA.
The dimensions, display size, and battery capacity of the iQOO V2023A are exact match with V2019A. Hence, there is a possibility that the iQOO V2023A could be arriving as a 4G variant of the V2019A handset. Like the V2023A, the previously spotted V2019A is also likely to arrive with an 18W fast charger.
The V2023A was recently seen on the Geekbench benchmarking platform. The listing had revealed that the phone scored 571 and 1805 in single-core and multi-core tests of Geekbench, respectively. The phone was powered by a processor that is mentioned as ‘atoll’ in the listing. It seems to be the Snapdragon 720G SoC. The SoC was coupled with 6 GB of RAM and it ran on Android 10 OS. The identity of the iQOO V2019A / V2023A is currently under wraps.