iQOO announced the iQOO Neo5 a few days ago, but it isn’t done unveiling new phones this month since Chinese retailer JD.com has revealed the vivo sub-brand will launch the iQOO Z3 on March 25 in China.
The listing on the Chinese retailer’s website doesn’t divulge anything about the iQOO Z3, but iQOO shared a poster a few days ago teasing a new 5G smartphone, and the same image is included in the JD.com listing, which confirms the Z3 will support next-gen networks. That’s hardly a surprise, though, since the Z1 also came with 5G connectivity.
There’s no word from iQOO about the Z3 yet, but an unknown smartphone bearing model code vivo V2073A and believed to be the Z3 was spotted on Google Play Console with Android 11, FullHD+ screen, and 6GB RAM.
The Play Console has SM7250 listed under the SoC section, which is a codename shared by the Snapdragon 765, Snapdragon 765G, and Snapdragon 768G chips.
The V2073A has also been certified by 3C with 55W charging support.
With the official announcement just five days away, we expect iQOO to reveal a few features of the Z3 to build up some hype around its new smartphone.