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iQOO 7 series: 5G smartphones from iQOO

iQOO is out with a new series of smartphones iQOO 7 series. Lets check out its complete specifications.

iQOO 7 Series Specification


iQOO 7 and iQOO Legend both have an AMOLED display. The displays on these phones are amazing with a 120Hz refresh rate and a peak brightness of 1300nits. The screen is capable of displaying HDR10+ content also. It also has a 300Hz touch sampling rate and a 1000Hz instant touch sampling rate.



Both the phones support a 66W flash charge. The iQOO 7 can charge completely from 0% to 100% in just 30 minutes. Whereas the iQOO legend charges from 0% to 100% in just 22 minutes. The iQOO 7 has the largest graphite layer as claimed by iQOO. The graphite cooling system covers an area of 6000mm^2 which efficiently cools the phone.



Both smartphones have a triple camera setup. The iQOO 7 has a 48MP primary camera whereas the 7 Legend also has a 48MP primary camera and a 50MP portrait lens. Both phone’s cameras support optical image stabilization. The selfie camera on the other hand is in a hole punch style on the display.


The main highlight of this phone is its processor. These phones are equipped with two processors in each smartphone. The iQOO 7 has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 5G. It is paired with the Intelligent Display Chip. The legend on the other hand has the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G paired with the Intelligent Display Chip. The smartphones have LPDDR5 ram type and storage type UFS 3.1 in it. The Intelligent Display Chip level up’s the gaming experience of the user. The smartphones use Frame Rate Interpolation (MEMC) technology. This chip also converts SDR content into HDR which greatly increases the viewing experience.

iQOO 7 Legend smartphone is actually to result of the collaboration of iQOO and BMW M Motorsport. The back panel features a legendary track design which looks amazing.

Afeef Shariff

college student and a young entrepreneur. qualified highschool and currently pursuing my Pre University College in Science Field. currently a content writer and video editor.

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