The launch of iQoo 9T 5G India is expected to take place soon. Although iQoo has yet to announce the exact date of its debut, e-commerce site Amazon India has started teasing the arrival of the new iQoo 9 series phone in the country. The e-commerce listing suggests a BMW Motorsport-inspired design for the upcoming phone. The iQoo 9T 5G will have a triple rear camera with Vivo’s V1+ imaging chip, according to the microsite. It is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC.
Amazon has created a dedicated landing page on its website to tease the India launch of the iQoo 9T 5G. The listing, however, does not specify the exact launch date and time of the phone. It is presented with a BMW Motorsport-inspired design with three off-center colored stripes on the white rear panel representing the brand. The power button is displayed in a blue tint, similar to the iQoo 9 Pro and iQoo 7 Legend. It also shows off a triple camera setup on the back with 40x digital zoom support. The handset will also feature Vivo’s V1+ imaging chip. On the camera island, “f/1.88 2.2 ASPH” is printed. The teased look and specs match those of the iQoo 10 series, which is expected to go official in China on July 19.
Gadgets 360 has contacted iQoo India for a comment on the launch date. This report will be updated when the company responds.
The iQoo 9T 5G would be the fourth member of the iQoo 9 series which was unveiled in February this year along with the vanilla iQoo 9, iQoo 9 Pro and iQoo 9 SE models. The new entrant is expected to be powered by Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset and could feature a 6.78-inch AMOLED display with 120Hz refresh rate. It is expected to offer two RAM and storage configurations – 8GB of RAM + 128 GB storage and 12 GB RAM + 256 GB storage. The handset could also support 120W fast charging.
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