Home > Samsung > iQOO Z6 5G India launch teased, specifications leaked

iQOO Z6 5G India launch teased, specifications leaked

your usernameyour passwordForgot your password? Get help Privacy PolicyPassword recovery Recover your passwordyour email A password will be e-mailed to you. HomeNewsiQOO Z6 5G India launch teased, specifications leaked

iQOO Z6 5G has now been confirmed to launch in India soon after the brand has created a dedicated webpage on its website.

By Abhishek MalhotraShareFacebookTwitterWhatsAppReddIt

iQOO Z6 5G India launch teased, specifications leaked

iQOO seems to be gearing expand its product portfolio in India with the launch of a new Z series device, called the iQOO Z6. The iQOO Z6 will succeed the iQOO Z5 from last year and while the launch confirmation comes from the Vivo sub-brand, the specifications of the same have also been tipped alongside the price segment the device could launch in.

iQOO Z6 5G Specifications (Rumoured)

The iQOO Z6 5G now has a dedicated webpage on iQOO India’s website along with the coming soon tag, which suggests the imminent launch of the device. The webpage also confirms the rear design of the iQOO Z6 and a triple rear camera setup as well. Further, the device specifications have been tipped by Mukul Sharma on Twitter. As per him, iQOO Z6 5G will be the fastest 5G smartphone in the Rs 15,000 segment in India.

The iQOO Z6 5G could come with a Snapdragon 695 SoC under the hood, which is the same processor used by Vivo in its Vivo T1 5G smartphone and by Realme in the Realme 9 Pro. Further, it will sport a 120Hz full-HD display and could come with 8GB of RAM that could support expansion up to 4GB of Virtual RAM. Lastly, the device will have a 5-layer Liquid Cooling system to prevent the device from heating.

Last month, tipster Paras Guglani claimed that the smartphone will have a 6.58-inch AMOLED panel and could come in two variants such as 6GB + 128GB and 8GB + 128GB. The device may come in Black and Blue colour options.

As of now, there has been no confirmation by the brand regarding the specifications of the iQOO Z6 5G. Moreover, an exact launch date is yet to be revealed by the brand. Recently, in an interview with The Mobile Indian, iQOO CEO Nipun Marya claimed that customer experience is essential to the brand, and if it can provide a good experience in mobiles in the Rs 10,000 to Rs 15,000 price range, it will enter the segment.

For the latest tech news and reviews, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google News. For the latest videos on gadgets and tech, subscribe to our YouTube channel.

    Previous articleRedmi 10 launching in India on March 17Next articleWhirlpool launches Magicook Pro range of Convection Microwave Ovens with in-built Air FryerRELATED STORIES

    Realme Narzo 50A Prime launch set for March 22

    Oppo A96 4G and A76 4G tipped to launch in India soon

    Redmi 10 launching in India on March 17

    Realme 9 5G, Realme 9 5G SE launched in India: Price and Specifications

    Realme Narzo 50A Prime expected to launch soon in India

    One plus accepts Oxygen OS 12 was below standard, Oxygen OS 13 teased

    LEAVE A REPLYCancel reply

    Comment: Please enter your comment!Name:*Please enter your name hereEmail:*You have entered an incorrect email address!Please enter your email address hereWebsite:

    Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.


    Latest News

    BoAt Wave Pro 47 arrives in India with a price of Rs 3,199

    Fire-Boltt Thunder launched with 30 sports mode, over 200 watch faces

    Realme Narzo 50A Prime launch set for March 22

    Fujifilm X-T30 II mirrorless camera launched in India

    Crypto News

    GARI announces listing on CoinDCX

    AqarChain launches NFT market for its MetaVerse Aqar Land

    Cashaa launches personal accounts, offering an interest of up to 24% on cryptocurrencies

    Dogecoin Developer quits due to stress

    Prev: Hyundai Sonata, Kia Forte among vehicle recalls this week

    Next: How To: Uninstall Bloatware Without Root or a PC Using Android's New 'Wireless Debugging' Feature