iQOO 7 Legend BMW M Motorsport edition launching soon in India

Vivo’s sub brand iQOO has officially confirm that they are going to launch iQOO 7 Legend BMW M Motorsport edition in India later this year.

Vivo sub brand iQOO is launching smartphones in India these days. In coming weeks, iQOO will be launching a new smartphone series in India. According to reports, iQOO 7 series is going to launch in India in next few weeks. The series will be compromise of two models with different set of specifications. One of the variant will be iQOO 7 which is likely to rebranded variant of iQOO 5 Neo.  Vivo’s sub brand has started promoting this series. Currently, iQOO has officially confirm that iQOO 7 Legend BMW M Motorsport edition will be launching in India soon.

iQOO 7 Legend BMW M Motorsport smartphone
iQOO 7 Legend BMW M Motorsport smartphone

This BMW M Motorsport Edition was launch earlier in China in January 2021. This other model is likely to be iQOO 7 Legend, which will be brought directly from China. According to reports, this variant is likely to be the special edition of the regular iQOO 7 Legend. If compare with the standard vanilla variant, the BMW M Motorsport edition comes with white rear along with vertically placed BMW M stripes.

iQOO 7 Legend BMW M Motorsport Edition launching in India:

According to previous track record, This will be the first special edition smartphone coming from the house of iQOO. The Chinese smartphone makers will be launching this smartphone in collaboration with another firm. To recall, we have seen other new smartphones coming in collaboration. For example, Oppo and OnePlus has joined hands with car brands. Previously, Oppo launch the Lamborghini edition of Oppo Find X2 Pro. Whereas, OnePlus joined hands with McLaren for the launch of it’s special edition OnePlus smartphones. These smartphones include OnePlus 6T and OnePlus 7T Pro along with McLaren branding. Now also, Oppo and OnePlus has join hands with car brands for the launch of their upcoming special edition smartphones.

BMW M Motorsport Edition Smartphone: Expected Specs

As far as specifications are concerned, the iQOO 7 Legend BMW M Motorsport Edition is no different from the standard variant. The special edition smartphone comes with just fancy dressing, rest of the specifications are same. To recall, iQOO 7 and iQOO 7 Legend comes with 6.62-inch AMOLED display. This display features a screen resolution of 1080 pixels along with 120Hz of screen refresh rate. According to iQOO India, the smartphone will feature a display chip. This chip will help in improving the viewing experience from all the angles.

The standard variant of iQOO 7 is power by Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC. Whereas, the iQOO 7 Legend is using flagship premium Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset. To recall, the Snapdragon 870 Chipset is also available on the OnePlus 9R and the Vivo X60 Pro. Keep in mind, iQOO 7 Legend will be the second smartphone in the country to feature this flagship grade chipset.

In the Chinese variant, The smartphone packs in 4000mAh battery along with 120W fast charging system. On the other hand, Indian variants are likely to feature 66W of fast charging for the same battery capacity. In India, this all new iQOO 7 smartphone series will stand out against the likes of OnePlus 9 Pro and the upcoming Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra. Additionally, the smartphone will not feature any wireless charging system.

As for the cameras, the iQOO 7 is likely to come with similar camera system as that of Vivo X60. The smartphone is expected to feature a triple rear camera setup. As per reports, there will be a 48-MP main camera that’s accompanied by a 13-MP wide-angle lens and a 13-MP telephoto sensor. Also Read: iQOO Snapdragon 870 based smartphone to launch in India

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