We all know that iQOO has finalized that the all-new iQOO 12 series will be launched on November 7. As the launch date is approaching, more information regarding the upcoming flagship series is being revealed. Recently, the primary models of this series were listed on a famous certification site.
This morning, it was reported that two new models from iQOO got listed on the 3C Certification site, which carries the following model numbers: V2307A and V2329A. The first model is reportedly the standard iQOO 12, while the second one belongs to the iQOO 12 Pro.
In the certification, both smartphones got certified with many chargers; it may also feel very complex to read all of them. In short, both of these models support a minimum 15W (5V/3A) and maximum 120W (20V/6A) charging and use the Vivo’s 120W FlashCharge Adapter.
The 3C Certification didn’t consist of any more information. However, it is worth noting that the standard model is expected to feature a 5000mAh battery, and the Pro model is expected to have 5100mAh. At the same time, the charging capacity is the same in both, as mentioned above.
In an official announcement, iQOO has also confirmed that both models would be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen3 chipset that is based on Qualcomm Kryo 64-bit architecture (1+5+2) and features the following cores: 1x Cortex-X4 Ultra-Core, 5x Cortex-A720 P-Cores, and 2x Cortex-A520 E-Cores.
In terms of physical appearance, it was reported that the camera layout design would be updated on both models. Now, it will feature a large square-shaped module that has rounded edges. In the screen aspect, the standard model will feature a flat display, while the Pro model will have an edged display.
In the coming days, iQOO is expected to tease more information regarding its iQOO 12 series.