Introducing Vivo iQOO 9 for Global Markets – Dropping Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Back to Snapdragon 888+

Introducing Vivo iQOO 9 for Global Markets – Dropping Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Back to Snapdragon 888+

Introducing Vivo iQOO 9 for Global Markets – Dropping Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 Back to Snapdragon 888+

News unit iQOO Subset of Vivo last January from two phones iQOO 9 and iQOO 9 Pro has been unveiled in the Chinese market, both of which have Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and Samsung’s 50 megapixel camera ISOCELL GN5 were used and despite some t Fawts, both were considered great flagships. On Wednesday, February 23, 2022 (4 March 1400), Vivo introduced three new phones from the same family for global markets, which include iQOO 9 Pro, iQOO 9 and iQOO 9 SE. Among these, the Pro version is exactly the same model in the Chinese market, and the SE model is a renamed version of iQOO Neo5 S, but iQOO 9 is a new phone and is completely different from the Chinese version of the same name.

iQOO 9 at a glance is easily distinguished from its Chinese namesake where the camera housing The back part, which in the Chinese version almost completely covers the upper third of the device, has now changed to a small rectangle on the left side and has taken on a more standard form. The location of the LED flash of this part has also been moved from above the smaller lens and moved under the cameras area. Except for this case, the conditions are somewhat the same as before, and the flat screen and the back cover with curved edges are repeated here as well.

There is no news about the different color of orange in this model (at least for now) and the phone except the gray color that

The AMOLED screen of the device is a 6.56-inch sample, which is smaller than the 6.78-inch Chinese panel of the same name, and another reference to the name Samsung is not listed as its manufacturer either. The resolution of 1080 x 2376 pixels (Full HD Plus in 19.5:9 ratio) is unchanged from before, but now it supports the display of more than 1 billion colors (16 million colors in the Chinese version). The 120Hz refresh rate remains the same, but the contrast has dropped from the previous version’s 8,000,000:1 to 6,000,000:1. In the field of maximum point brightness, we also face a significant change, where the maximum point brightness of this panel has decreased from 1,500 nits in the previous model to 1,200 nits.

An interesting point about the 120 Hz refresh rate of this screen, the possibility Reducing the frame rate during the game, where while the graphics of the device renders the image at a rate of 60 frames per second, a special chip called Intelligent Display Chip simulates a 90 frames per second image by producing intermediate frames. This feature, which reduces the pressure on the chipset while playing the game, is currently only available in the PUBG game. The mentioned display chip also supports the conversion of SDR content to HDR under certain conditions.

This screen supports a feature called Dual Monster Touch, during which by dividing the panel into two areas, left and right, It is possible to use each side of the screen independently to control the game. The touch speed on this screen is stated to be 300 Hz, which can apparently be increased to 1,000 Hz in some special conditions.

Above the screen in the central punch hole, there is a 16-megapixel selfie camera, which seems to be the same as before. . The optical fingerprint sensor of the device is placed inside the screen as before.

The main camera on the back is one of the important changes of iQOO 9 and its Chinese namesake; where the large 50 megapixel 1/1.57-inch sensor “Introduction of ISOCELL HP1, the first 200 megapixel camera sensor for mobile with 16 pixels x 1 pixel combination”>ISOCELL GN5 has now become a 48 megapixel sensor of Sony IMX598 type, which is smaller with 1/2 inch and Its 0.8-micron pixels, which achieve 1.6-micron size at 12-megapixel resolution, still offer less light absorption on paper than the previous 50-megapixel camera’s 2-micron pixels. The lens aperture of this camera is also narrower and has reached f/1.75 to f/1.79. Of course, the shaking capability of this camera remains in place, and in addition to the OIS stabilization of the gimbal, it also supports the 5-axis digital stabilization system.

The second camera is a 13-megapixel ultrawide sample with f/2.2 and a 120-degree field of view, which despite It looks the same as before, but this time it supports autofocus and can be used to take macro photos (from a very close distance).

The third camera of this section, which is distinguished by a smaller lens, is a 13-megapixel telephoto with a 50 mm f/2.46 lens, compared to the 12-megapixel f/1.98 camera in the Chinese iQOO 9. It is different.

The main factor differentiating iQOO 9 from its Chinese version belongs to the processing part of the device, which has a clear decrease from the powerful and advanced processor Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 to + The Snapdragon 888 has changed, thus making a big difference. Snapdragon 888 Plus, which will be released in the summer of 2021 as a more advanced version of Snapdragon 888 processor introduced from a core Cortex-X1 With a frequency close to 3 GHz, three 2.42 GHz cores Cortex-A78 and four 1.8 GHz cores A55 are used and its Adreno 660 graphics has not changed either. The phone’s RAM memory is 8 or 12 GB of LPDDR5 type, and its internal memory is available only in two versions of 128 or 256 GB (of UFS 3.1 type) after removing the 512 GB version.

Steam chamber cooling system ( VC) The device is another key point to mention in this section, which consists of a large cooling plate with an area of ​​3.758 square millimeters, and according to some sources, it will be able to reduce the temperature of the phone’s surface by 4 degrees.

Battery capacity in iQOO 9 has reached 4,350mAh with a significant reduction from 4,700mAh, but its 120W fast charger has not changed and can fill 50% of the battery’s capacity in just 6 minutes. According to Vivo, it only takes 18 minutes to fully charge this battery. In the new iQOO 9, of course, wireless charging is completely omitted.

Dual X-Axis linear vibration motor, stereo speakers, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.2 and NFC connection are some other things worth mentioning about this phone.

vivo iQOO 9 with Android 12 operating system and FunTouch OS 12 user interface is already available for pre-order in the Indian market and their presence in this market has been postponed to March 2 (11 March 1400). For this phone, apparently, two years of operating system upgrades are guaranteed and it will receive security updates for up to three years. The base version of the device with 8GB/128GB storage is priced at Rs 42,999 (around US$576 at the current exchange rate) and the 12GB/256GB variant costs Rs 46,999 ($630). Since the possible presentation of this phone in other markets and its price, no official news has been published yet.

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