iQOO Neo3 rear design revealed as company shares the image

Less than a week is now left for the launch of iQOO Neo3 in China and in case you don’t know, it is going to be one of the cheapest Snapdragon 865-powered phones when it launches. We already know that the phone features a 144Hz display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SOC and UFS 3.1 storage.

Now, iQOO revealed the rear design of the phone as the Vice President posted the official image on Weibo. 

So, as this official image reveals, the iQOO Neo3 comes with a triple camera setup on the rear, and the design of the camera layout is similar to its bigger brother, the iQOO 3. There is a nice gradient design on the rear where the top part has a grey finish whereas the bottom one has a blue finish.

We can also see that the fingerprint scanner is placed on the right side, which also doubles as the power button. This now confirms that there is an LCD screen with a 144Hz refresh rate and not an OLED.

iQOO has already revealed via some teasers that there is a punch-hole design on the front and the single selfie shooter is placed on the top right corner.

Talking about the specifications that are known already, the iQOO Neo3 features Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 SOC paired with UFS 3.1 storage. There is support for 44W Fast Charging as well. Now, while the exact pricing is not yet known, leaks hint towards a starting price of 2,998 Yuan which would eventually make it the cheapest Snapdragon 865-powered device, beating the 2,999 Yuan Redmi K30 Pro.