IQOO 7 Legend Review: The global version is inaugurated, using Snapdragon 888 – Through the Iqoo series, this sub-brand of Vivo seems to want to compete with Poco from Xiaomi, present a smartphone that is prioritized performance and more affordable prices.
After being released in his home country earlier this year, finally the IQoo 7 legend device was presented globally, in two different variants.
The seat was made a little different; Iqoo 7 is Iqoo Neo 5 which was also released before, while Iqoo 7 Legend became the best variant with a slight adjustment of specifications. In the flagship series, Iqoo still works with a special racing vehicle maker, BMW Motorsport to use its assets in the back body design.
If Vivo X60 Pro works with Zeiss to use the camera technology, then Iqoo 7 Legend actually prioritizes the design. Indeed, it is not much different from Vivo’s release, it’s just that there is a three-color BMW accent that stretches long on the back body. While the IQoo 7 standard version appears a little more plain.
Specifications Iqoo 7 & Iqoo 7 Legend
These two smartphones come with more or less the same specifications, where the main difference is found in the main camera specifications and the chipset used. On the front, both have a full screen display with a thin bezel. 6.62 inches and have used the AMOLED Full HD + panel.
The panel supports the 120Hz Refresh Rate and a Touch Sampling Rate 300Hz. Interestingly, because of specially designed gaming, Iqoo 7 Legend has special features that can increase their response to 1000Hz. Both can also turn on very bright up to 13100 nits, and support the conversion of SDR content to HDR in real-time while video content is being played.
Both of them use RAM and internal storage each type of LPDDR5 & UFS 3.1. If IQoo 7 Legend uses CIP Qualcomm Snapdragon 888, Iqoo 7 is slightly simpler with Snapdragon 870. Both have supported 5G, and equipped with a vapor chamber-based cooling system – claimed one of the biggest smartphone gaming.
The sensor is also made complete, ranging from gyroscope to compass. Without a microSD card slot and 3.5mm audio jack, but IQoo 7 & IQoo 7 legend has a 4D vibration motor and stereo speakers, plus support hi-res audio. Because the release in India, Iqoo 7 Legend has also supported the Navic navigation system, in addition to GPS and Glonass.
The second fundamental difference is in the setup of the three main camera sensors. IQoo 7 Legend carries the main Sony IMX598 sensor, 48MP resolution and is equipped with OIS. While the other two sensors that accompany are 13MP ultra wide-angle with POV 120 degrees, plus 13MP telephotos with 2x optical enlargement.
Price of Iqoo 7 & Iqoo 7 Legend in India
Introduced globally, Iqoo 7 Series for sale for the first time in India. The sales are carried out online, with a pre-order system that starts on May 1 at Amazon India and the official IQoo website. Both are equally present with a memory configuration of 8 / 128GB and a maximum of 12 / 256GB.
For the best memory variant, Iqoo 7 is priced at INR35.990 or around Rp6.9 million. While Iqoo 7 Legend which brings the representation of the BMW Motorsport, is certainly more expensive, namely INR43.990. Very cheap price with the best CIP performance.