- Tram Ho
iQOO, a sub-brand of Vivo, recently released a new mid-range smartphone called iQOO U3. This is one of the rare smartphones that supports 5G network in the price segment of 5 million VND.
In terms of design, in general, due to being a cheap / mid-range smartphone, the iQOO U3 does not have too many outstanding features in appearance. The machine is finished from plastic on the back, featuring a square camera cluster in the left corner and the back of the machine is a gradient color back. In terms of parameters, the iQOO U3 has a dual camera cluster including a 48MP f / 1.79 wide-angle camera with a 2MP depth-measuring camera, which means that the machine does not have an ultra-wide-angle or telephoto camera.
On the front iQOO U3 is equipped with a “water drop” screen, using an IPS LCD panel with a size of 6.58 inches. This monitor has Full HD + resolution, supports HDR10 +, and luckily it has a 90Hz refresh rate. The “water drop” area will be the place to place the 8MP selfie camera.
In terms of hardware configuration, iQOO U3 comes with Dimensity 800U chip, which appears on Redmi Note 9 5G with a slightly cheaper price, 6 / 8GB RAM and 128GB UFS 2.2 memory. The device has a 5000mAh capacity battery, which supports 18W fast charging.
Regarding the selling price, iQOO U3 will have a starting price from 1498 yuan, equivalent to 5.3 million VND for the 6GB RAM version and 1698 yuan, equivalent to 6 million VND for the 8GB RAM version. The device has 2 color options: black and blue gradient, on the shelves on December 17 here in the Chinese market.
Source : Genk