iQoo Z5 5G with Snapdragon 778G chipset launched at a starting price of Rs 23,990

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iQoo has introduced the new iQoo Z5 5G in its Z series in India via an online event. The device is a successor of the Z3 5G that launched recently. The iQoo Z5 5G comes with a 6.67-inch Full HD+ display with a 120 Hz refresh rate and 240Hz touch sampling rate. It supports HDR10 and has a TUV Rheinland certification. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor, which is also seen on the Realme GT Master Edition and the Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G.

The phone comes in two RAM/Storage options: 8 GB/128 GB and 12 GB/256 GB. Both the variants come with support expandable RAM by up to 4 GB and internal storage.

On the camera front, there are three rear cameras: a 64 MP main camera, an 8 MP ultra-wide lens, and a 2 MP macro lens. The front camera stands at 16 MP. The device comes with various camera features such as Super Night mode, Dual-View video, Portrait mode, and more.

It is backed by a 5,000 mAh battery, which comes with support for 44 W fast charging. The phone runs FunTouch OS based on Android 11.

The device is a gaming-centric one and comes with a 4D Game Vibration motor for enhanced gaming response and haptics. It also comes with the VC Liquid Cooling system to keep the phone cool during gameplay. Additionally, it also supports an Ultra Game mode 2.0 for people to access game controls in a single place.

Furthermore, the iQoo Z5 comes with dual speakers with Surround Sound and Hi-Res Audio, a 3.5 mm audio jack, and more. It comes in Mystic Space and Arctic Dawn colours.

The iQoo Z5 5G is priced at Rs 23,990 (8 GB/128 GB) and Rs 26,990 (12 GB/256 GB) and will be available to buy via the company's site and Amazon India, starting 3 October.

Also See: iQOO Z5 with Snapdragon 778G chipset to launch in India on 27 September

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