The Vivo brand confirmed that it is preparing to unveil iQOO 11 phones on December 2. And through the initial presentations that the company shared with us, it was able to ignite the enthusiasm of the followers after it confirmed that the iQOO 11 phones will feature a 2K E2 AMOLED screen with a refresh rate of 144Hz, which supports a level called PWM 1440Hz and ultra-fast charging of 200W.
iQOO stated through the offers that I shared that the iQOO 11 phones will be the first phones in the world to be launched with an E6 AMOLED screen with a QHD + resolution and a 144Hz refresh rate.
With the screenshots, we can see that the screens of these phones support a peak brightness rate of 1800 nits, with support for the XDR engine and relying on a very sophisticated algorithm to automatically adjust brightness accuracy and color standards.
E6 AMOLED screens are definitely the best in terms of battery life as these screens are able to reduce power consumption by approximately 13% compared to E5 AMOLED screens.
All iQOO 11 series phones – which we believe are only two phones so far – will support a high-frequency PWM dimming rate of 1440Hz, which is the same dimming rate that we saw on the Vivo X90 Pro Plus.
iQOO confirmed that it will use its internally developed LTPO technology to dynamically adjust screen refresh rates to work at 60Hz or 120Hz based on the content displayed on the screen.
But apparently LTPO did not include a 144Hz refresh rate mode while setting the monitor to 2K resolution. In addition to the iQOO 11 phones, some sources mentioned that the company is preparing to unveil mid-range phones with an E5 AMOLED screen with FHD resolution, and there will be other phones with a resolution of 1.5K for the middle class.
Certainly, the iQOO 11 phones will be equipped with the leading Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC processor, modern UFS 4.0 storage, and massive LPDDR5X random memory.
iQOO will use the in-house developed V2 chip to optimize the phones’ performance and manage power consumption. iQOO 11 will support 120W ultra-fast charging, while its more expensive brother will support 200W fast charging.