iQOO, the smartphone brand known for high-performance phones, has today announced the launch of the all-new iQOO 7 Series smartphones in India. iQOO has extended its partnership with BMW M Motorsport and inspired by the track spirit, the iQOO 7 Legend, the upcoming flagship from the brand, will feature the tri-color racing stripes engraved with the slogan ‘Fascination Meets Innovation’.

Commenting on the partnership, Gagan Arora, Director-Marketing – iQOO said, “As a brand, we greatly resonate with what BMW M Motorsport stands for which is an unparalleled passion to bring unprecedented monster performance for our consumers. With this, we aim to fulfil the ever-growing need of consumers for the ultimate speed and consistent performance.” He further added, “We are thrilled to bring the upcoming iQOO 7 Series,iQOO 7 Legend has been created to deliver a unique experience to next-gen consumers who are naturally inclined towards superior performance. Powered by top-notch gaming and photography capabilities, the upcoming devices from the iQOO 7 series – iQOO 7 Legend and iQOO 7 will fit with the fast-paced lifestyle of modern youth.”

The new iQOO 7 Series phones are set to launch in India on April 26, and iQOO India has announced this on Twitter. However, there are no words on specifications yet except that the phones will offer 5G connectivity.

The iQOO 7 is already is being appreciated much for the design, and the phone has the prestigious 2021 Red Dot Award for Product Design. The iQOO 7 is powered by the Snapdragon 888 SoC. The phone sports a 6.62-inch FullHD+ 120Hz AMOLED screen. The phone comes with a triple camera setup on the back and packs a 4000mAh battery. The phone runs Android 11 out of the box with FUnTouch OS on top, though the Chinese variant of the phone runs OriginOS, which is exclusive to China.

Along with the iQOO 7, iQOO 7 Legend will also arrive in India with quite similar specifications, but the phone offers 12GB of RAM. The iQOO 7 Series will be sold exclusively via Amazon India. The iQOO 7 Series smartphones were launched in China back in January and now after almost three months, the phones are arriving in India.

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