A new phone with model number Vivo V1936A has been approved by the China’s Compulsory Certificate (3C) authority.
The CCC listing reveals that the charger that accompanies it carries support for up to 33W fast charging. This indicates that the V1936A could be the sequel of the Snapdragon 845 powered iQOO Neo phone.
The Vivo V1936A 3C certification hasn’t revealed any other details of the phone. Probably, the TENAA appearance of the phone will spill more information on the phone in the coming days.
Earlier today, a leakster from China had claimed that the sequel for the smartphone with Snapdragon 845 from July is in works. The phone will be powered by Snapdragon 855 mobile platform. He seems to be talking about the SD845 powered iQOO Neo gaming phone since it had debuted in July in China.
He has claimed that the iQOO Neo sequel supports 33W charging instead of 22.5W charging and its equipped with OLED display with waterdrop notch, an under-display fingerpint reader and 4,500mAh battery. It appears that the Vivo V1936A with 33W charger could be the SD855 edition of the iQOO Neo.
Vivo has recently trademarked the Vivo iQOO Lite moniker along with some other names. The SD855 iQOO Neo phone could be positioned in the market between the SD855 powered iQOO phone launched in April and the iQOO Neo. Hence, there is a possibility that the V1936A smartphone could be arriving in China as Vivo iQOO Lite or iQOO Youth Edition.
Vivo iQOO Neo Specifications
The iQOO Neo has a 6.4-inch display with in-screen fingerprint reader. It has up to 8 GB of RAM and up to 128 GB of native storage. The 12-megapixel + 8-megapixel + 2-megapixel triple camera and a 12-megapaixel front camera are available on the phone for photography. It has a 4,500 mAh battery.