iQOO 9 series will launch with a 4,700 mAh battery and 120W charging outside

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The iQOO 9 series revealed in China last month will start its worldwide rollout on February 23, beginning with India.The iQOO 9 series revealed in China last month will start its worldwide rollout on February 23, beginning with India. The arrangement will remember the vanilla and Pro models for India joined by another SE variation. iQOO hasn’t detailed the specs wastes of the global units of these smartphones yet, but the company’s Indian branch moment verified that the iQOO 9 lineup will launch with a mAh battery and 120W charging in the Asian country.

That is hardly a surprise since the Chinese iQOO 9 and iQOO 9 Pro also have the same battery size and charging speed. But it’s good news for the Indian suckers since the iQOO 7 Legend launched in India last time, which is a rebranded Chinese iQOO 7, charged pokily at 66W rather of 120W.
iQOO hasn’t explicitly mentioned if all three smartphones in the lineup will pack mAh cell and support 120W charging, but the image posted by iQOO India on Twitter shows a smartphone with a twisted screen, intimating at the iQOO 9 Pro, while its sanctioned website confirms that the vanilla model will come with mAh battery and 120W charging like its Chinese counterpart.

That leaves us with a question mark over the iQOO 9SE‘s battery capacity and charging speed, but we’ll probably find that out in the days leading to the February 23 event.
The rest of the preliminarily verified iQOO 9 lineup’s specs include the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, 50MP GN5 Gimbal Camera, 50W wireless charging, 2K E5 AMOLED display, 3D ultrasonic point scanner, and an Intelligent Display Chip, announced to offer a 90 FPS gameplay experience on 60 FPS games through interpolation.

It’s dispensable to say that not all of these specs will be available across the series and there will be some differences. And while we stay for iQOO to reveal further about the transnational iQOO 9 units.

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