iQOO Z8 and Z8x
Do you want to know more about the new iQOO Z8 and iQOO Z8x smartphones? Well, you should be, since they’re making a lot of noise. The 31st of August is when these phones will come out in China. They have some great features, but there are also some questions about them.
A Mixed Bag: iQOO Z8
First, let’s talk about the iQOO Z8. It looks like it will be a cheap gaming phone, but there are a few things to think about:
1. Display: The Z8 has a large 6.64-inch Full HD+ LCD screen with a high refresh rate, which is great for gaming. However when compared to OLED displays, LCD screens don’t always have as many colors as OLED displays.
2. Power of the Processor: The Z8 is likely to be run by a MediaTek Dimensity 8200 processor. Even though MediaTek chips have gotten better over time, they may not be as well known for how well they work as some Qualcomm chips. So, it will be interesting to see how well this chip works when asked to do hard things.
3. RAM and Storage: The options for RAM and storage seem good, but the most important question is whether 8GB or 12GB of RAM will be enough for gaming and multitasking in the future.
4. Camera: With a 64MP main sensor and a 2MP macro lens, the camera is pretty simple. If you like taking pictures, you might not like this phone as much as others in the same price range.
5. Battery: On the plus side, the Z8 has a big 5,000mAh battery that can be charged quickly with 120W. But if the software isn’t optimized well, a big battery doesn’t always mean a long battery life.
6. Software: The phone runs on Funtouch OS 13, which is based on Android 13. However, not everyone will like iQOO’s custom software. It usually comes with a lot of extra software and a different way to use it that can take some getting used to.
7. Pricing: The expected price of around Rs 30,000 seems fair, but it depends on how iQOO positions this phone compared to the competition.
iQOO Z8x: A Strange Competitor
1. Processor: The Qualcomm Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 processor is a powerful chip, but it’s hard to know how it compares to other chips in its class without more information.
2. Battery: The huge 6,000mAh battery sounds impressive, but it also makes the phone heavier and bigger. Will the trade-off be worth it?
In the end, the iQOO Z8 and iQOO Z8x show promise, but there are still a lot of questions. Before making a choice, it’s important to wait for all the details and reviews from real people. These phones could be a great deal or make you feel bad, so be careful and keep an eye out for more information as it comes out.