iQOO, VIVO’s sub-brand, is going to launch a new smartphone in the nearest future. It’s going to be a mid-range handset powered with corresponding features. Today, the handset visited TENAA. This not only reveals its key features but also proves that its launch is not around the corner.

iQOO V2023A

As many think, the new iQOO smartphone with a model number V2023A is going to be the world’s cheapest 5G device. Though we have no official information concerning what series it will belong to, when the handset appeared on 3C database, some users were thinking it will be a VIVO Y-line model. But the TENAA documents show it will be an iQOO handset.

Interestingly, when it spotted at the 3C database, the iQOO V2023A was said to be a 4G LTE phone. Plus, the documents showed it supports an 18W charging. We mean there was every reason to think we are dealing with a 4G handset with modest features.

In this regard, the TENAA information brings more clarity. It’s said to have dimensions of 162.07 x 76.61 x 8.46mm. The display size is 6.53 inches. Under the hood, it carries a battery of 4,420mAh capacity and a Snapdragon 720G chip. The memory is 6GB and it runs Android 10. The images of the phone have not appeared yet on TENAA.

As some features match with what we have seen on the V2019A appeared on the 3C database, we think the same phone may have two variants – 4G and 5G.

iQOO V2023A

Apart from this, the iQOO V2023A was recently leaked on the GeekBench. It scored 571 and 1805 in single-core and multi-core tests, respectively. The GeekBench screenshots showed the phone was powered by a processor that is mentioned as ‘atoll’ in the listing. Now, we can say it’s the Snapdragon 720G.

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