Vivo iQOO Neo is Now Official with Snapdragon 845 and a huge battery

Vivo has launched its powerful gaming smartphone back in March. However, the phone was not available for all as it was quite expensive because of its high-end specs. Later on, we reported that the company is working on another gaming smartphone that would be accessible by many of its users. Now finally, Vivo iQOO Neo is official with Snapdragon 845.

The previous gaming smartphone has Snapdragon 855. However, the new gaming phone comes with last year’s processor to drop the price of the phone to a little extent.

Vivo iQOO Neo comes with Triple Camera Set up at the Back

The phone has 6.38” OLED panel with Full HD+ resolution. The Vivo iQOO Neo comes with an in-display fingerprint scanner. Furthermore, the phone has 6/8 GB RAM and 64/128 GB storage. The triple camera on the back has a 12 MP main shooter, an 8 MP wide-angle lens and a 2 MP depth sensor. Moreover, the phone has a 12 MP front selfie camera.

As it is a gaming phone the phone comes with a cooling system to keep you playing the games without heating up the system. Furthermore, Vivo iQOO Neo comes with AI Turbo, Center Turbo, Net Turbo, Cooling Turbo, and other features, all packed under the name Multi-Turbo. It comes with the Funtouch OS 9, based on Android Pie. Furthermore, the phone has a powerful 4,500 mAh battery.

Price and Availability of Vivo iQOO Neo

The phone will come in Black or Purple color. As the phone will come in two variants. The one variant with 6/64 GB storage, the phone will cost around $260 and for 8/128 GB storage, it will cost around $335. The phone is available for pre-order. However, it will go on sale on July 8.

The phone is designed for young users. So, we may hope that it will soon launch in other markets including Pakistan. Currently, the phone is available in China only.

Onsa Mustafa

Onsa is a Software Engineer and a tech blogger focuses on innovation in technology. She likes music, photography, traveling and exploring nature.
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