Last month, Vivo introduced the new gaming flagship iQOO 8 Pro. The model has already appeared on sale in China with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888+ chipset. The novelty is not yet officially sold outside the Chinese market, but a global release is expected very soon, since information about the corresponding version has already appeared in the Geekbench benchmark.
Obviously, the iQOO 8 Pro is already gearing up for a global release. The model, codenamed vivo l2017, appeared yesterday in Geekbench with the Lahaina chipset – this is the name used in the benchmark to refer to Qualcomm Snapdragon 888+. Apparently, there have been no big changes in the international version of the smartphone – it uses the same mobile platform as its counterpart for the Chinese market.
It is worth remembering the characteristics of the iQOO 8 Pro model. The Chinese variant is equipped with a 6.78-inch Super AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate and 2K resolution, 10-bit color and HDR support. The rear panel houses a triple camera with a 50MP main sensor, a 48MP ultra wide-angle camera and a 16MP secondary sensor. The camera supports 5-axis image stabilization. The front panel houses a 16-megapixel module.
iQOO 8 Pro is based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888+ chipset with the main core at 2.995 GHz (only 2.84 GHz are provided in the SD888). The device uses up to 12 GB of RAM and up to 4 GB of additional virtual memory allocated from the ROM. The capacity of the battery is 4500 mAh, the power of fast wired charging is 120 W, wireless is 50 W. In addition, the smartphone itself can charge other devices, the reversible charging power is up to 10 W.
According to the benchmark, the global version with 8 GB of RAM scored 1098 points in single-core and 3594 points in multi-core tests. Note that in China, the iQOO 8 Pro with 8 GB of RAM and 256 ROM costs about $ 780, the version with 12 and 512 GB – about $ 930.