China is not the first country to roll out the 5G network. It’s South Korea. But China is going to become the largest 5G communication network in the world. This also means that most 5G-enabled equipment will be used here. Today, China Telecom officially issued the first batch of 3 5G smartphones that fit China Telecom’s 5G network. In addition to the already released Huawei Mate 20 X (5G) and ZTE Axon 10 Pro 5G, there is also the unreleased VIVO iQOO Plus 5G.
According to reports, the VIVO iQOO Plus 5G is equipped with 4500mAh battery and supports 44W flash charging. From the pictures released by China Telecom, we can see that the VIVO iQOO Plus 5G adopts a water drop screen design and a vertically placed triple-camera in the rear.
On July 16, a 5G smartphone with a V1916A model number manufacturer by VIVO was awarded 3C certification. The CCC documents showed its charging power can reach up to 44W fast charge. The date of issuance is July 15. Now there is every reason to think this was the same VIVO iQOO Plus 5G.
Moreover, there was a leaked banner showing much more about the alleged iQOO Plus 5G. The banner displayed the phone is packed with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus processor along with an 8GB/128GB storage, and 4500mAh battery. It was also priced at CNY 4498 ($655). Unfortunately, the banner has not mentioned any launch date or availability information. At all, this is a leaked banner and therefore, you should be attentive before taking any step in this regard.
Overall, the IQOO 5G smartphone is still in the lap of the future and the company has yet to announce officially. However, the banner is showing something different than the anticipations and company announcements.