iQOO Neo 9 Pro Teases Launch In India; Here’s What to Expect In Terms Of Specifications

iQOO has ushered in the new year with an exciting teaser for the imminent launch of the iQOO Neo 9 Pro in India. Having recently made its debut in the brand’s home market, the upcoming phone’s identity and design have been shrouded in mystery by iQOO India’s post on X. While specific details remain undisclosed, the teaser drops subtle hints, strongly indicating that the eagerly anticipated device belongs to the Neo 9 series.

iQOO Neo 9 Pro Teaser

The latest post provides a sneak peek into the upcoming Neo series device, strongly hinting at its association with the Neo 9 Pro. The image reveals a unique design featuring dual rear cameras housed within distinct squircle cabins. Notably, the accompanying text, “Power To Win,” sets it apart from its Chinese counterparts, adding an element of anticipation to the forthcoming phone’s identity.

Diverging from its Chinese counterpart, rumors are circulating that the iQOO Neo 9, known in China, might take on the moniker iQOO Neo 9 Pro upon its launch in India. With this potential rebranding, there’s anticipation regarding what features the Indian variant could introduce. Here’s a glimpse of what we might expect it to bring:

The prospective iQOO Neo 9 Pro is rumored to feature an expansive 6.78-inch AMOLED panel boasting a 1.5K resolution, HDR10+ support, a high 144Hz refresh rate, 2160Hz PWM dimming, and an in-screen fingerprint reader for enhanced security.

Under the hood, the Chinese variant, iQOO Neo 9, runs on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC, while its Pro counterpart is equipped with the MediaTek Dimensity 9300 SoC. However, in the Indian market, speculation suggests that the Pro model may adopt the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, indicating a potential rebranding of the iQOO Neo 9 from China.

For robust performance, the device is expected to feature LPDDR5X RAM and UFS 4.0 storage, ensuring smooth multitasking and quick data access.

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