iQOO seems to be planning to launch a new smartphone in China. The reason behind it is that a mysterious handset with model number V2054A has received approval from the TENAA authority of China. At the same time, a Vivo phone with V2036A bagged certification from the 3C authority of the country.
The TENAA listing of the V2054A phone that was first spotted by tipster Abhishek Yadav
The iQOO V0254A smartphone’s TENAA listing is expected to be soon updated with its entire specs and images. Also, it is yet to receive certification from the 3C regulatory body of China. Hence, it is too early to speculate on its specifications and features.
Earlier this week, leakster Mukul Sharma shared a screengrab of an upcoming Vivo phone for China. The model number of the device was found to be V2036A. It is yet to get listed at TENAA, but its 3C appearance has revealed that it is a 4G phone. It appears to be an entry-level phone since the listing revealed support for 10W charging for it.
In related news, Vivo recently unleashed its all-new OriginOS UI as a successor to FunTouch OS. Starting from next year, the OriginOS upgrade will be available for various Vivo and iQOO branded handsets in China. There is no word yet on its global rollout. It is likely that the global release of OriginOS may begin a month or two after it arrives in the home market.
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