IQOO Z7 5G launch date revealed in google ads by the company

Looks like we were right on point when we shared the launch date of IQOO Z7 5G to be in the third week of march. And now thanks to the google ads listing page we can see the exact launch date of this smartphone in India.

As you can clearly see the launch date of IQOO Z7 5G is 21st March 2023 from this google search ad. It looks like the company has given away the date by mistake as it has not been confirmed officially yet. But as now this date has emerged we can now speculate that this might be launching on the 21st of March 2023.

We recently revealed that the smartphone appeared on the 3C certification listing of the iQOO Z7 (V2270A) revealing that it may ship with a 120W fast charger.

Also IQOO Z7 Pro has also appeared on the TKDN certification website already. Apart from this when we visited the company website we didn’t see any launch date or specs of this smartphone. So far as specs are concerned, recently IQOO India CEO Nipun Marya revealed that the device has received an AnTuTu score of 4,80,000+ hinting that it may come with MediaTek Dimensity 920 processor.

So far this much is available about this smartphone, but we hope that the company may announce the date officially soon. So keep following us to get the latest tech scoop.

 




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