A new device, “vivo V2154A” from iQOO (sub-brand of Vivo) is getting approved from many certifications sites in the last few weeks. The device has also cleared the famous Chinese 3C (or CCC) Certification. The sources claimed that this device could be the upcoming iQOO Neo6 flagship phone.
This morning, the same device has also been listed on the Google Play Console Listing, revealing the significant specifications of the device. As seen in the renders, the iQOO Neo6 features a flat panel single punch-hole display that supports Full-HD+ resolution (2400*1080p) and 480 DPI (Density Per Inch).
Moreover, this device is powered by the Snapdragon 888 5G flagship chipset (a year old), based on a 5nm manufacturing process, and has the highest frequency of 2.84GHz (on Cortex-X1 core).
iQOO Neo6 has a significant upgrade over the previous generation (iQOO Neo5), which features Snapdragon 870 sub-flagship chipset. The certification also confirms that this device would feature 12 Gigs of RAM and run on Android’s old version (i.e., Android 11) by default.
As mentioned earlier, the device has also been listed on 3C Certification with 66W charging, confirming the upgrade over the previous 44W charging in iQOO Neo5.
The device has cleared many certifications at present, but there is no confirmation from the officials regarding the upcoming device. It is expected that the new iQOO Neo6 will be launched in the first quarter of 2022.