iQOO 11S to offer faster charging than iQOO 12

It is expected that the iQOO 12 lineup of smartphones will be officially unveiled before the year comes to a close. Prior to the iQOO 12 series’ debut, reports suggest that the company intends to release its last iQOO 11-series flagship phone called the iQOO 11S in the home market. Today, tipster Digital Chat Station claimed that the iQOO 11S will be better than the vanilla iQOO 12 in the fast-charging department.

According to the tipster, the iQOO 12 is rumoured to lack 200W charging capability and wireless charging support. While the iQOO 11S is unlikely to come with wireless charging, but it is expected to offer a faster 200W wired charging support.

iQOO 11S specifications (rumoured)

As per previous leaks by the same tipster, the iQOO 11S will feature the upcoming Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 2 chipset, which will be nothing but an overclocked version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC.

The 11S is expected to feature a 6.78-inch E6 AMOLED screen that offers a Quad HD+ resolution, a 144Hz refresh rate, and an under-display fingerprint scanner. It will run on OriginOS 3-based Android 13 OS.

The iQOO 11S will come with 8 GB / 12 GB of LPDDR5x RAM and 256 GB of UFS 4.0 storage. For photography, it will have an OIS-assisted 50-megapixel camera and the Vivo V2 ISP. The 11S is expected to debut in the third quarter of this year.



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