iQOO Z9 Turbo key specifications tipped online; could debut in the month of April

The smartphone brand iQOO has yesterday unveiled its latest iQOO Z9 5G smartphone in the Indian market. Apart from this, the company is also rumored to be working on a new smartphone- iQOO Z9 Turbo, details regarding which have started being shared over the internet in the past few days.

Tipster Digital Chat Station has shared some significant details regarding the iQOO Z9 Turbo smartphone (received via IThome).

As per the tipster, iQOO Z9 Turbo is said to feature a 6.78-inch OLED display that offers a 1.5k screen resolution, 144 Hz refresh rate, and 2160Hz PWM high-frequency dimming. It is tipped to arrive with Snapdragon 8s Gen 3 chipset. This chipset is expected to make its debut on 18th March at Qualcomm’s launch event along with Snapdragon 7+ Gen 3 SoC.

iQOO Z9 Turbo is expected to house a 50MP dual camera setup on the rear side while it is said to sport a large battery that offers longer battery life. Not only this, the tipster has also mentioned that the smartphone will be released in the month of April this year.

In the coming days, we might come across some more details regarding this upcoming smartphone. Stay tuned with us to get all the latest updates on the iQOO Z9 Turbo smartphone.

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