The iQOO 11 series is testing a 50-megapixel outsole main camera

On July 19, iQOO released two flagship phones, iQOO 10 / Pro. The iQOO 10 series debuted with 200W ultra-fast flash charging, which can be charged to 100% in as fast as 10 minutes. At the same time, the iQOO 10 series is equipped with Qualcomm's first-generation Snapdragon 8+ chip and self-developed chip V1+, with a starting price of 3699 yuan. Today, a blogger brought the configuration information of the iQOO iterative flagship, the new iQOO 11 series.

Digital blogger @Digital Chat Station revealed today that the new iQOO 11 series is testing a 50-megapixel outsole main camera, barely reaching the level of the Vivo X90 standard version. Regarding the specific model and specifications of the main camera, the blogger said in reply to the comments of netizens that the main camera is about 1/1.5 inch and is a new IMX8xx sensor that is fine-tuned and customized based on the previous IMX866 sensor.

According to the blogger's previous revelations, the image and performance of the Vivo X90 standard version are regular iterations. The more obvious upgrades are the fast charging solution and screen quality. The short board of the machine is only the secondary camera. For the main camera model of the Vivo X90 standard version, the blogger also calls it IMX8xx, or the same sensor as the main camera that the iQOO 11 series is testing.

In terms of configuration, it was previously revealed that the iQOO 11 series will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor and a single-hole flexible screen with a 2K resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. The screen uses PWM dimming and Samsung E6 substrate. At the same time, the iQOO 11 series will use a 100-watt large battery solution.

In the iQOO 10 series previously released by iQOO, the iQOO 10 standard version uses a 50-megapixel GN5 wide-angle main camera, a 13-megapixel AF ultra-wide-angle/macro sub-camera, and a 12-megapixel 2x optical zoom portrait lens.

The main camera of iQOO 10 Pro is equipped with a 50-megapixel Samsung GN5 outsole sensor, which supports micro-cloud-tilt fusion stabilization; the second main camera is a 50-megapixel 150° fisheye ultra-wide-angle lens that supports AF autofocus; the third rear camera The built-in lens is a 14.6-megapixel telephoto portrait lens with OIS optical image stabilization and a maximum 3x optical zoom capability.

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