iQoo Neo 6 SE Design Revealed As Pre-Booking Begins, Claimed to Pack 64MP Camera
The iQoo Neo 6 SE has been confirmed to launch in China on May 6th. Now, in a new update, the Vivo sub-brand has begun accepting pre-orders for the iQoo Neo 6 SE through its official online store JD.com and Suning. com. The listings reveal the design and offer two color options for the iQoo smartphone. The upcoming iQoo Neo 6 SE comes in two different colors and looks similar to iQoo Neo 6. The phone has triple rear cameras. The new iQoo Neo 6 SE teasers on Weibo also confirm the phone has a 64-megapixel main sensor. It will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC.
iQoo Neo 6 SE pre-booking is currently available on Vivo China. Web site, JD.comand suning.com. However, details about the price of the smartphone are currently unknown.
The list of websites includes the aforementioned iQoo Neo 6 SE poster, which shows the phone in orange and teal. The triple rear camera module is located on the top left corner of the device. The iQoo branding is on the bottom of the phone. The renders show a similar design to its iQoo Neo 6 predecessor that was recently launched in China.
iQoo recently announced the launch of the iQoo Neo 6 SE in China. The launch event will take place on May 6 at 7:30 pm CST (5:00 pm EST). Ahead of the launch, the Vivo subsidiary has revealed a few details about the upcoming iQoo smartphone.
Most recently, the company through Weibo teased iQoo Neo 6 SE will feature a 64-megapixel main sensor with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) support.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC is confirmed to be under the hood. In addition, iQoo Neo 6 SE will be equipped with a 4700mAh battery with support for 80W fast charging. The company claims that the battery can be fully charged in 30 minutes. iQoo is expected to unveil additional specs for the iQoo Neo 6 SE in the coming days ahead of its arrival in China.
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