The launch will take place on May 19 of this year.
Last week, MediaTek officially confirmed that Chinese smartphone maker IQOO will be the first company to use the recently announced flagship single-chip system Dimensity 1000+.
The world’s first smartphone-based on the flagship SoC Dimensity 1000+ was estimated at 350 dollars
Later it became known that the phone will be called IQOO Z1, and its launch will take place on May 19 this year. Now, Chinese retail stores have begun accepting pre-orders for the device, giving the exact price.
IQOO Z1, which will be equipped with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of non-volatile flash memory, will cost about 350 dollars. This is a good price tag for a smartphone that easily outperforms phones based on Snapdragon 855+, HiSilicon Kirin 990, and Kirin 985, according to the results of the first tests.
The manufacturer confirmed that the IQOO Z1 smartphone will be equipped with an LCD screen with a refresh rate of 144 Hz, in the upper right corner of which there will be a front camera. In addition, the poster confirms that the smartphone will support ultra-fast charging with 44 watts.