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Alleged iQOO Neo 9s Pro Smartphone Spotted On 3C Certification Website; Charging Capabilities Revealed

The smartphone brand iQOO officially unveiled iQOO Neo 9 and Neo 9 Pro smartphones last year in China while iQOO Neo 9 Pro was also launched in the Indian market this year in the month of February. Now the brand is rumored to be working on yet another device that is expected to be the part of iQOO Neo 9 series.

Today a device with model number V2339FA has been spotted on China’s 3C certification website.

This device is expected to be from the iQOO Neo 9 series since the iQOO Neo 9 and Neo 9 Pro Chinese variants also arrive with similar model numbers- V2338A and V2339A. This upcoming device could be iQOO Neo 9s Pro or iQOO Neo 9 Racing Edition, though we need to wait for the official confirmation to know the moniker.

The above listing suggests that the smartphone may arrive with a 120W fast charger. As per a recent report, the device is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 SoC. It may feature a 6.78-inch OLED display that offers a 1.5K resolution of 2800 x 1260 pixels, a 1444Hz refresh rate, and support for 2160Hz PWM dimming. It might feature a dual rear camera setup that includes a 50MP main camera and an 8MP secondary camera.


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