Vivo’s New iQOO Gaming Phone Takes on Xiaomi BlackShark

Gaming telephones are gradually picking up footing in the cell phone advertise. With various telephone creators like Xiaomi (BlackShark), (Razer Phone 1 and 2), Asus (ROG Phone) and additionally getting into this specialty, it wouldn’t have been long until Vivo participate with its own interpretation of the gaming telephone.

Vivo vigorously prodded the iQOO half a month back, and it’s a “Beast Inside”.

Truly, this is the official trademark of the Vivo iQOO, which accompanies bulky specs and a plenty of diversion upgrading highlights.

This is what this telephone conveys to the table.

Plan and Display

It looks very like the as of late reported Xiaomi Mi 9, which likewise has a waterdrop score and a triple cam setup on the back in a similar vertical game plan.

Vivo iQOO houses a 6.41″ OLED show with Full HD+ goals (2340 x 1080) at a 19.5:9 perspective proportion.

There’s likewise an under-show unique mark peruser on this telephone, which is by all accounts turning into a standard element for 2019’s lead telephones.

Internals and Storage

Driving the “Beast” telephone is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 with 6/8 GB RAM and 128/256 GB of inner stockpiling. A different variation will accompany a gigantic 12 GB of RAM and 256GB stockpiling.

Lamentably, there’s no microSD space, yet of course you won’t generally require one with this much stockpiling accessible.

Being a gaming telephone, Vivo has equipped the iQOO with “too fluid cooling” or a vapor chamber in basic words. This will guarantee that your telephone runs cool in extensive gaming sessions.

There are additionally different modes for upgrading the execution of the telephone much further. You’ll get the chance to look over AI Turbo, Center Turbo, Net Turbo, Cooling Turbo, and Game Turbo. They will improve application startup time by 30%, improve fps in diversions by 70%, and will naturally switch among 4G and Wi-Fi.


Typically gaming telephones don’t have advantageous cameras ready, yet iQOO may be an exemption. It accompanies a triple back camera setup with a 13 MP wide-edge Sony IMX263 sensor, a 12 MP double pixel principle camera and a 2 MP profundity detecting shooter.

On the front, there’s a solitary 12 MP camera housed in the indent.

Battery and Charging

Ordinarily, gaming telephones have substantial batteries, and it bodes well. You can’t generally play for quite a long time on a little 3,000mAh battery, can you?

Vivo iQOO has a 4,000 mAh unit, with great 44W quick charging. It’s fit for energizing the telephone to half in only 15 minutes, 85% in thirty minutes and to 100% in 45 minutes.

The less expensive 6GB RAM/128GB capacity variation will accompany slower 22.5W quick charging, which is still great yet not as extraordinary as the 44W quick charging in the more costly variation.

Cost and Availability

Vivo has valued the telephone forcefully, and it contends well with Xiaomi’s Mi 9 which begins at around $490 (Vivo iQOO begins at $450).

Here are the official costs:

CNY 2998, Rs. 61,970 (6GB RAM/128GB capacity)

CNY 3298, Rs. 68,171 (8GB RAM/128GB capacity)

CNY 3598, Rs. 74,372 (8GB RAM/256GB capacity)

CNY 4,298, Rs. 88,842 (12GB RAM/256GB capacity)

The primary glimmer deal for the Vivo iQOO is planned at March 6 at 7 AM Pakistan time (10 AM in China). No word on a universal discharge yet.

Vivo iQOO Specifications

Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 855

GPU: Adreno 640

OS: Android 9.0 (Pie)

Networks: 2G, 3G, 4G, LTE


The under-show unique mark sensor

“Excessively fluid cooling” (vapor chamber)

Water-drop score


6.41-inch OLED with FullHD+ (2340 x 1080) goals, 19.5:9 proportion (~402ppi)


RAM: 6/8/12 GB RAM

Internal Memory: 128/256 GB

Card space: No


Essential (triple):

12 MP, f/1.8, double pixel PDAF

13 MP (ultrawide)

2 MP, f/2.4, profundity sensor

Optional: 12 MP, HDR

Battery: 4,000 mAh, 44W quick charging (8GB RAM), 22.5W quick charging (6GB RAM variation)

Hues: Optic Blue, Lava Orange

Value: begins at $450

Muhammad Salman Siddique
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