This week, the Vivo iQOO Z5 was officially released.
Compared with the models of the previous generation, the iQOO Z5 made a great improvement in appearance. The previous generation still uses a water drop screen design, which has become relatively backward. This is currently the era of perforated screens, the iQOO Z5 uses a center punch, and the frame and chin are much better than the iQOO Z3 of the previous generation.
Compared to the iQOO Z3, the battery life has been significantly improved, the new model upgraded from 4400mAh to 5000mAh with a super-capacity battery using 44W flash charging, much faster than the 55W flash charging of the previous generation.
The performance is also facing a major upgrade; from the Snapdragon 768G chip to the Snapdragon 778G chip, the iQOO Z5 is equipped with a 6400Mbps LPDDR5, 50% more efficient than the previous generation, which greatly improves the application and game loading speed; the new memory integration 2.0 grants the mobile phone with more power by expanding the ROM to RAM.
12GB RAM were expanded to “12GB+4GB”, equivalent to 16GB RAM, effectively improving APP hot start rate and multi-tasking capabilities; using the advanced version of UFS 3.1, increasing the read speed by 80% and the sequential write speed by 160%, bringing super-high-speed reading and writing experience with faster APP installation and loading speed; equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor, the GPU performance increased by 40% compared to the previous generation, and still support the flagship DDR subsystem.
The IQOO Z5 is another perfect exhibition of the “performance pioneering” of the iQOO Z series.