iQOO 7 launch officially teased; series may include BMW special edition model

iQOO 7 launch has been officially teased by the company and the series may include a BMW special edition model, much like the iQOO 5 Pro.

  • iQOO 7 launch has been officially confirmed by the company
  • An official render shows off triple rear cameras and a possible collaboration with BMW
  • iQOO 7 series may launch by mid-January 2021

iQOO 7 launch has been officially confirmed by the company through a first look of the device on Weibo. The iQOO 7 is also the official phone for the KPL (King Pro League), which is an eSports event in China. The handset shown in the picture has triple cameras placed in a rectangular module and arranged in a triangular layout. The rear-camera design closely matches that of the Vivo X50 and the upcoming Vivo X60 series. Right below the camera module, there is the iQOO branding. It seems the iQOO 7 will come in a BMW special edition much like the iQOO 5 Pro.

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iQOO 7

The iQOO 7 has a white rear panel with black, red, and blue vertical stripes on the right side with a “Fascination meets Innovation” tagline. This seems to be the iQOO 7 BMW special edition model. To recall, iQOO partnered with BMW Motorsport for iQOO 5 Pro special edition that offers a similar colour scheme. Unfortunately, the render doesn’t reveal the front design of the phone just yet nor does the Weibo post mentions any of the iQOO 7 specifications.

Speculations are rife the iQOO 7 may come with an AMOLED display with a high refresh-rate screen, 120W fast-charging support, and iQOO UI that could be based on the new OriginOS. The iQOO 7 Pro model may be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 5G Mobile platform. The triple camera setup could have a 50MP primary sensor and a 16MP shooter on the front for selfies and video chats. Tipster Digital Chat Station speculates that the iQOO 7 launch will take place by mid-January 2021.