The King of all Gaming Smartphones to be released on the coming 2nd December

iQOO recently released a teaser in Malaysia a few weeks ago stating the release of iQOO 11 5G as reported by us earlier. Today the company officially announced that the phone is said to be released on the upcoming 2nd of December. The iQOO 11 is said to be Malaysia’s first Snapdragon 8 Gen 2-powered smartphone and 2nd in the world. As the recently released Vivo X90 Pro in China today became the world’s 1st Snapdragon 8 Gen 2-equipped smartphone.

All we know about the iQOO 11 till now

The phone is also known as the King of all gaming smartphones due to its world’s fastest refresh rate of 144Hz and powerful battery life for a long gaming experience and high processing lag-free graphics for more enhanced performance.

The smartphone is said to have a 6.78 In-Display Monster Touch with a 1,440p screen and a long-lasting battery of 5,000 mAh supporting 120W fast charging. It could even have an Android 13 operating system and Vivo V2 chipset which would also be included in Vivo 90 Series.

Additionally, there have been hints that the iQOO 11 5G has a variant with a white back panel with red, black, and blue stripes to represent BMW Motorsport.

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