IQOO is a Chinese smartphone brand and manufacturer found on 2019 as a subsidiary of Vivo. The IQOO smartphone brand will unveil its two new devices iQOO Z6 and iQOO Z6x with an 80W charger on August 25, 2022. This iQOO Z6 (80W) could be a predecessor for iQOO Z6 though there is no official news yet. Therefore in this article, we will discuss the specification and features of the iQOO Z6 along with its expected price in Nepal.
Specification iQOO Z6 (80W)- Rumors
|6.64-inch LCD screen
Refresh Rate: 120Hz
|2388 x 1080 pixels (HD+)
|Snapdragon 778G Plus
|8’12GB RAM (LPDDR5 RAM)
|128/256GB Storage (UFS 3.1)
|OS & UI
|Android 12 OS
2 MP Depth
|side-facing fingerprint scanner
Built & Display
First, talking about the build of the IQOO Z6 (80W) it will measure 164.17 x 75.8 x 8.59mm while weighing 198.6 grams. Whereas on the front of the device we get a 6.64-inch LCD screen with a punch hole design featuring an HD+ resolution of 2388 x 1080 pixels and a 120Hz refresh rate.
On the performance side, we can find a Snapdragon 778G Plus chipset paired with an 8/12GB of LPDDR5 RAM and a UFS 3.1 storage option of 128GB/256GB. Moreover, according to IQOO, the smartphone is equipped with a six-layered ice-cooled liquid cooling technology for heat management.
Battery and Charging
We yet don’t know the battery capacity of the smartphone but it’s rumored to carry an 80W fast charger where IQOO states that the device will charge up to 50% in under 10 minutes.
iQOO Z6(80W) Price in Nepal and Availability
The iQOO Z6 (80W) will be arriving in three options while the base variant of 8GB RAM+ 128GB internal storage cost CNY 1,899. For now, the device is only launching in China on August 25. Whereas there’s no news on the launch of iQOO Z6 smartphone in Nepal but looking at the trend it could be launching soon in Nepal so if launched it’s expected to cost NPR 44,999 in Nepal for the base variant.
|Price in Nepal
|iQOO Z6 (8GB RAM+ 128GB)
|iQOO Z6 (8GB RAM + 256 GB)
|iQOO Z6 (12GB RAM + 256 GB)
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