Rumors: Given that there is already a smartphone bearing that name available in their nation, Indian iQOO enthusiasts may be especially shocked to find that the firm has announced the debut of the Z6. The gadget will be updated, though, with a proven charging improvement and a speculated increase in internal specifications. In August 2022, it will make its debut with a perhaps inexpensive Z6x model. The Z6 from iQOO is already available in countries like India. In reality, it is available there in both 4G/LTE and 5G versions, the latter of which includes the Snapdragon 695 SoC and up to 8GB of RAM. Despite having low- to mid-range specs that are fairly acceptable, the company now plans to update it with some of its OEM Vivo’s most recent hardware capabilities.
It is also rumored to come with the Z6 5G’s 120Hz (albeit LCD) display and up to 12GB of RAM. Meanwhile, iQOO has confirmed that it will launch as the world’s latest 80W-charging smartphone, which might explain its current teaser.
This new Z6 is slated to look much like the existing 4G/LTE variant, with its double-barreled camera hump for up to 3 rear shooters. However, it is touted to be the “strongest” Z-series variant yet, which has led to speculation that it will also come with spec boosts such as an upgrade as far as the Snapdragon 778G+ processor.
It will debut alongside a successor for the Z5x, said to come with the 44W FlashCharge standard of yesteryear and a build most like that of the current Z6 5G with dual rear cameras. Both new Android smartphones are scheduled to become official on August 25, 2022.