iQOO Z6 4G presented: an inexpensive smartphone for those who do not need 5G
The Vivo sub-brand iQOO is already 2.5 years old and is confidently building its lineup. The main sales markets are China and India. It was in the Indian market that iQOO Z6 4G was introduced. Recall that earlier the company released the iQOO Z6 5G and it is already clear from the name that the main distinguishing feature between the two devices is support for fifth-generation networks.
iQOO Z6 4G is based on Snapdragon 680 with a peak frequency of 2.4GHz. It has up to 8 GB of RAM, 128 GB of internal memory, a 90-Hz AMOLED display with a resolution of 2404x1080 pixels, a 5000 mAh battery with 44-watt fast charging.
The iQOO Z6 4G comes with an Android 12 operating system with a Funtouch 12 shell, a 16-megapixel front lens and a triple main camera, where a 50-megapixel module acts as the main one. The other two modules are 2-megapixel plugs for macro photography and depth analysis. If you look at the specifications of the iQOO Z6 5G, it turns out that the 4G version differs from it in the hardware platform and less powerful fast charging.
iQOO Z6 4G is available in three memory versions, where the younger version offers 4/128 GB and asks for $190. Variations with 6/128 GB and 8/128 GB of memory will cost $209 and $222, respectively.