The source claims that the iQOO 9T will come with a “segment first 120Hz E5 AMOLED display” and support 120W charging. It will also have the V1+ chip onboard that we saw on the vivo X80 Pro, and the camera system on the rear will be headlined by a 50MP GN5 camera we had on the iQOO 9 Pro. But this time, it will come with Real-Time Night Extreme Night Vision, which sounds like a real-time night mode. More details about the iQOO 9T will likely surface in the coming days.
Recently, iQOO informed us that the iQOO 9T, powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, will go on sale in India by the end of this month. The iQOO 9T’s main specifications have surfaced, letting us know what to expect from the smartphone even if the firm hasn’t yet disclosed any other information.
Apple and other tech firms may be impacted by a proposed modification to the U.K. online safety legislation. Even in end-to-end encrypted messages, the proposed amendment will compel tech companies to delete child sexual abuse material (CSAM). This might compel Apple and other IT firms to implement client-side message scanning.