iQOO Z9 5G Found Listed On India’s BIS Certification, Launch Imminent

Vivo’s sub-brand, iQOO, is set to soon launch its Z9 series in global markets, including India. This isn’t mere speculation but a confirmed development, as evidenced by the recent listing of the iQOO Z9 5G on India’s BIS certification, as reported by MySmartPrice. The smartphone appears with the model number I2302, although its official name is not specified in the listing. The correlation of this model number with the iQOO Z9 5G is established through the Bluetooth SIG certification of the handset.


While the listing doesn’t reveal much more, some key specifications were recently leaked via DCS. Initially, the tipster suggested that the handset would be powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 8300 chipset, but later corrected this to indicate a Snapdragon chipset. Additionally, it was mentioned that the phone could feature a 1.5K OLED display and be backed by a 6000 mAh battery.

With the confirmation of the launch in India, it’s crucial to revisit the concept design renders of the iQOO Z9 smartphone that surfaced last month. While you peruse these concept renders, we assure you that we’ll continue to provide such interesting tech updates, so stay tuned with The TechOutlook.

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