Vivo iQOO is in the pipeline in China for quite a few weeks. The phone has a model number of Vivo V1936AL, and it looks like a new variant “iQOO Neo 855” that launched recently with a model number V1936A/L.
The recently released iQOO Neo 855 is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Chipset, as the name suggests. The Master Lu benchmarks listing, yesterday, revealed that another model “V1936AL” would be equipped with Snapdragon 855+ Chipset, and now it’s spotted on Android Enterprise site alongside confirmed specifications.
According to Android Enterprise listing, iQOO Neo will be loaded with a stunning 6.4-inches display with a waterdrop notch on the front. The available amount of RAM is expected to be 8GB with 128GB internal storage.
It wouldn’t come with NFC support but will be running on the Android 9.0 Pie operating system. Very much like other iQOO smartphones, this upcoming iQOO Neo will be holding an on-screen fingerprint scanner.
Yesterday, according to Master Lu benchmarks list, iQOO Neo will support Full HD+ resolution of 1080 pixels by 2340 pixels. It also unveiled that a variant with 8GB RAM will be equipped with 128GB of onboard memory. The 3C certification, on the other hand, indicated that it might ship with a 33W super-fast charging.
As recently released phone was dubbed as iQOO Neo 855, which means it has Snapdragon 855 Chipset. Therefore, it’s most likely that this could be branded as iQOO Neo 855+ – thanks to its Snapdragon 855+ Chipset.
The iQOO Neo 855 is available in numerous variants of up to 8GB RAM and 256GB storage but it remains to see how much iQOO Neo (V1936AL) will be priced in China. The official availability date is yet to be revealed as well. Hopefully, TENAA will come up with its entire sheet of specifications sooner than later and it’s most likely to hit shelves somewhere in December 2019.