We’ve experienced a sharp rise in the number of reparation requests. I believe it has a lot to do with GoEasyRepair’s mobile screen repair service, which helps phones from the Jurassic period look brand new. Still, a lot of consumers are convinced that they need an upgrade.
I’d suggest waiting till February 25, 12 PM. That’s when Vivo’s new flagship phone IQOO3 will be released. Trust me, this smartphone is a monster, and also happens to be the first 5G phone in India.
My words may not convince you, but the official AnTuTu scores for IQOO3 will. The benchmarking score for this phone is 597,583. It’s the highest-scoring smartphone on Android. AnTuTu test revealed the device’s model number to be V1955A. It’s powered with a Snapdragon 865 and catalyzed with 12GBs of RAM. IQOO3 provides 256GB internal storage as well.
Apart from AnTuTu, the phone was listed on TENAA. Reports suggest that the phone will have 1080 x 2400-pixel full-HD display. Moreover, IQOO3 will run Android 10 in a body beautified with custom skins.
Vivo has posted some more information on Weibo about the phone’s built. IQOO3 will use LPDDR5 RAM, which is more efficient and faster than other RAMs. Like in Xiaomi Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro, IQOO3 has UFS 3.1 storage. Other known features of the phone include Wi-Fi 6 and dual-band 5G (NSA + SA) support.
If 5G does not stir trouble, it has the potential to radically change Indian mobile networks. We’re plagued by slow upload and download speeds because of bandwidth distribution. There are just too many people being serviced on a common line. 5G will change all that, starting with the shortening of latency.
Fast internet speed and a lightning-like user interface. IQOO3 may just be the monster it claims to be.