As we learned a few days ago, the Vivo iQOO Z1x is expected to be unveiled on Thursday 2 July, making it the brand's first mid-range 5G smartphone.
iQOO Z1x: TENAA certification confirms some specifications
Well, new rumors have just revealed that the model number "V2012A" belongs to the iQOO Z1x. The V2012A model was identified in the 3C database in China and emerged on the Geekbench benchmark site. Today, the device has also appeared on the TENAA certification site and with it some of its specifications.
From the smartphone with model number V2012A on TENAA we therefore learn that it will have dimensions of 164,20 x 76,5 x 9,06 mm and a 6,57-inch diagonal display. The iQOO Z1x should also adopt an IPS LCD screen with an update rate of up to 120Hz. While the listing on the 3C site had revealed that the device will support rapid charging with a maximum power of 33 W.
As for the other specifications, the smartphone should be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G as a processor, most likely coupled with up to 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory. In addition, a recent leak revealed that the iQOO Z1x could adopt a 5000 mAh battery and a triple 48 MP camera on the rear panel. Finally, the Z1x would appear to have a fingerprint reader positioned laterally.