iQOO 11 5G leaked design shows triple camera setup with V2 chip

The iQOO 11 smartphone’s design has been revealed ahead of the handset’s imminent launch in India and Malaysia. iQOO is prepping to unveil new smartphones under its 11 5G series.

The iQOO 11 and 11 Pro are reportedly headed to the Chinese market soon. These premium phones will hit store shelves in other regions as well.


However, iQOO is keeping details about the iQOO 11 series launch date under wraps. Still, tipster Paras Guglani managed to find the Chinese variant has model number iQOO V2243A.

Likewise, Paras suggests the Indian variant of the iQOO carries model number iQOO I2209. Now, the vanilla iQOO 11 model has popped up on the internet in the form of a leaked design render.

iQOO 11 Design Revealed

Notably, the 11 will succeed the recently launched iQOO 9. Now, a Weibo tipster gives us a glimpse into the handset’s rear camera module. Also, it shows the color options of the iQOO 11.

The iQOO 11 appears to feature a rectangular rear camera setup with a couple of large camera cutouts. Also, there is a third tiny cutout to accommodate the LED flash module.

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iQOO 11 5G render_1

Furthermore, the camera module has the text, “Powered by V2” on the bottom. This corroborates earlier reports that predicted the vanilla iQOO 11 models will pack the V2 ISP chip.

For those unaware, the custom ISP from enhances portrait mode shots, as well as the lowlight camera performance. The iQOO 11 design confirms the device will be available in BMW Motor Sports Edition (aka Legend Edition). Tipster Sudhanshu claims iQOO will launch the 11 Legend alongside the iQOO 11 in Asian markets soon.

iQOO 11 5G render_2

Alternatively, you can go for the Crimson Red color option. Also, iQOO might introduce more colorways for the 11 at launch. The rear panel of the handset curves into the sides to offer a better grip.

The power and volume buttons are available on the right edge of the handset. Regrettably, the leaked image does give a glimpse into the phone’s front panel.

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Via: gizchina.com

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