iQOO 11 and 11 Pro Launched with Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 and 200W Charging


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iQOO has officially launched the iQOO 11 and 11 Pro with nearly identical specs. Additionally, the duo has a special edition called the 11 Legend Edition that has been coated with a stain-resistant finish with a vegan leather and fiberglass body.

The company’s latest flagship series will also feature the triple-color stripe design, which is an amalgamation of iQOO and BMW M Motorsport’s brand colors. 

iQOO 11 series details

iQOO 11

Both phones in the series boast the same  6.78-inch QHD+ AMOLED 144Hz refresh rate displays along with the V2 chip to help boost game performance.

The two devices are powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC paired with 8/12/16GB of RAM with 128/256/512GB UFS 4.0 storage.

iQOO 11 and 11 Pro banner

As for the cameras, the vanilla model has a 50MP main camera, a 13MP portrait lens, and an 8MP ultrawide shooter while the Pro variant has a 50MP main and ultrawide lenses and a 13MP portrait shooter with both devices having a 16MP selfie cam.

Moreover, one more difference between the iQOO 11 and the 11 Pro is the front glass. The Pro has curved glass, while the iQOO 11’s display has a more conventional 2.5D curve.

iQOO 11 and 11 Pro screen

Pricing and Availability –

  • iQOO 11
    • 16 + 512GB – THB 29,990 (around PHP 47,800)

The phone is available today in Indonesia and Malaysia and will come to Thailand on December 15. 

Furthermore, Vivo will hold an event to launch the iQOO 11 in India on January 10 and the phone will go on sale on January 13.

  • iQOO 11 Pro
    • 8 + 256GB – CNY 4,999 (around PHP 39,800)
    • 12 + 256GB – CNY 5,499 (around PHP 43,800)
    • 16 + 512GB – CNY 5,999 (around PHP 47,800)

The iQOO 11 Pro will be available for pre-order on December 21 in China.

*Prices in PHP are direct conversions using the exchange rate at the time the content was published. These are not indicative of actual local pricing and don’t include additional costs like taxes, etc.


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