Iqoo Neo 855 Racing Edition Hands-on Review: A Phone With Both Strength And Personality


[Bestbuy618 Mobile Channel]In early December, the iQOO Neo 855 Speed Edition was unveiled for the first time at the iQOO-sponsored “Hot-blooded Youth Tough Campus” cell phone technology sharing session, where it received unanimous approval from the audience. This phone has the most powerful Snapdragon 855 Plus processor on the market, which is more powerful than the previous Neo models, as well as a new electric mint color scheme. On December 12, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition was officially launched on all major platforms and on the official website of vivo.

iQOO cell phone this year launched a number of products, the main quality positioning of the Neo series, Neo series in the 845 version (the first generation), 855 version of many iterations, the 855 speed version (instead of 855 Plus chip) can b On the front is a 6.38-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 2340*1080 and a waterdrop screen design that places the front-facing 16MP camera here, with a wide color gamut, high saturation, and high contrast screen that will rarely be distracted by the “waterdrop” in daily use. The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition also includes hidden sensors, an earpiece, and other components to keep the entire screen neat and tidy, and the harmonious narrow bezel design also adds a good sense of immersion when gaming.

This screen also supports HDR 10 high dynamic range display, which can be adapted to HDR sources and special effects display during both movie viewing and gaming, so that the details in highlighted and dark images can be cleared and the experience can be improved. In terms of button openings, the AI Jovi wake-up button is on the left side of the screen, the volume and power button is on the right side, and the bottom 3.5mm headphone jack, Type-C data port, and mono speaker opening are on the right side. Performance Performance is the core change in the iQOO Neo 855 Competition Edition, from the original Snapdragon 855 mobile platform to the Snapdragon 855 Plus mobile platform, Snapdragon 855 Plus is believed to be very familiar to everyone, and most of The 855 Plus has a large 2.96GHz CPU, three 2.42GHz mid-cores, and four 1.80GHz cores, narrowly outperforming the 2.84GHz Snapdragon 855.

The graphics processor also provides a 15% increase in main frequency performance, which is more noticeable in games, as well as support for the Snapdragon Elite Gaming platform, which includes true HDR, PBR, Vulkan 1.1, and many other new features to make every scene in the game more realistic. In terms of memory, the memory supports LPDDR4X 8GB / 12GB 128GB UFS 3.0 combination, laying another layer of foundation for smooth operation of games and systems.

In terms of running score, the total AnTuTu score is 502,000 points, and the GPU board has improved by nearly 20,000 points compared to the 855 version, and the GeekBench single-core running score is 3251, and the multi-core running score is 9839. The iQOO NEO 855 Competitive Edition has the fastest file read speed of 1500MB/s, which is already at a very high performance standard in the market, thanks to the UFS 3.0 high-speed memory. The iQOO NEO 855 Racing Edition runs smoothly throughout popular games in real-world testing, even with the highest quality and extreme frame rates on, and no frame drops in the middle of the process, making it a very stable performer.

This is the most advanced mobile platform Qualcomm can implement in the market; in fact, it is essentially a full game with full effects. If the Snapdragon 865 is adapted next spring, the Snapdragon 855 Plus will also be among the flagships, so don’t worry about it going out of style too soon. In terms of software, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition includes the new iQOO Monster UI based on Android 9, with flat and low-saturation icons that are very light and fast, as well as support for a dark color mode.

In addition, there is a new one-key Monster mode, which will switch to a black and gold style interactive interface after opening the UI. In this mode, the iQOO phone can do application launch acceleration, interaction speed acceleration, so that users can intuitively feel the acceleration effect, experience the full power of Monster performance. For 7 hours, you can use all of the battery power to play Honor of Kings in high frame rate mode.

The game is constantly charged thanks to the newly upgraded vivo FlashCharge2.0 33W flash charging technology. It supports up to 11V 3A charging specifications, and with the charge pump half-voltage charging technology, the conversion rate is as high as 97 percent, and it only takes 90 minutes to fully charge 36 percent in 15 minutes.

Photo shoot The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition maintains the iQOO family’s usual high quality, with a triple rear super wide-angle AI camera, a dual-core 12 megapixel IMX363, 8 megapixel super wide-angle camera, and depth of field Clarity, wide-angle, and AI portrait photography capabilities are combined. Because this part of the configuration overlaps with the 855 version, you can jump to the previous article (portal) to see iQOO continue to follow vivo’s usual wonderful photo performance.

Summary iQOO has always adhered to the “born tough” brand gene, always committed to bringing young consumers real hard power products. This time, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition introduces two major changes: an updated 855 Plus mobile platform and a new electric mint color, bringing consumers both the product’s strength and personality. The iQOO Neo Racing Edition is normally priced at $2598, but it is now available for $2398.

In addition, there are six interest-free periods, a six-month broken screen warranty, and a six-month extended warranty with the purchase. Those who are interested can take action right away.

iQOO cell phones released a number of products this year, the majority of which are high-end cost-effective 5G flagship iQOO Pro, there is also a tribute to youth, the main quality positioning of the Neo series, Neo series in the 845 version (first generation), 855 version of many iterations, the 855 speed version (instead of 855 Plus chip) can bring us how much surprise? Let’s take a deeper look through this hands-on review. On the front is a 6.38-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 2340*1080 and a waterdrop screen design that places the front-facing 16MP camera here, with a wide color gamut, high saturation, and high contrast screen that will rarely be distracted by the “waterdrop” in daily use. The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition also includes hidden sensors, an earpiece, and other components to keep the entire screen neat and tidy, and the harmonious narrow bezel design also adds a good sense of immersion when gaming.

This screen also supports HDR 10 high dynamic range display, which can be adapted to HDR sources and special effects display during both movie viewing and gaming, so that the details in highlighted and dark images can be cleared and the experience can be improved. In terms of button openings, the AI Jovi wake-up button is on the left side of the screen, the volume and power button is on the right side, and the bottom 3.5mm headphone jack, Type-C data port, and mono speaker opening are on the right side.

Performance Performance is the core change in the iQOO Neo 855 Competition Edition, from the original Snapdragon 855 mobile platform to the Snapdragon 855 Plus mobile platform, Snapdragon 855 Plus is believed to be very familiar to everyone, and most of The 855 Plus has a large 2.96GHz CPU, three 2.42GHz mid-cores, and four 1.80GHz cores, narrowly outperforming the 2.84GHz Snapdragon 855. The graphics processor also provides a 15% increase in main frequency performance, which is more noticeable in games, as well as support for the Snapdragon Elite Gaming platform, which includes true HDR, PBR, Vulkan 1.1, and many other new features to make every scene in the game more realistic. In terms of memory, the memory supports LPDDR4X 8GB / 12GB 128GB UFS 3.0 combination, laying another layer of foundation for smooth operation of games and systems.

In terms of running score, the total AnTuTu score is 502,000 points, and the GPU board has improved by nearly 20,000 points compared to the 855 version, and the GeekBench single-core running score is 3251, and the multi-core running score is 9839. The iQOO NEO 855 Competitive Edition has the fastest file read speed of 1500MB/s, which is already at a very high performance standard in the market, thanks to the UFS 3.0 high-speed memory. The iQOO NEO 855 Racing Edition runs smoothly throughout popular games in real-world testing, even with the highest quality and extreme frame rates on, and no frame drops in the middle of the process, making it a very stable performer.

This is the most advanced mobile platform Qualcomm can implement in the market; in fact, it is essentially a full game with full effects. If the Snapdragon 865 is adapted next spring, the Snapdragon 855 Plus will also be among the flagships, so don’t worry about it going out of style too soon. In terms of software, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition includes the new iQOO Monster UI based on Android 9, with flat and low-saturation icons that are very light and fast, as well as support for a dark color mode.

In addition, there is a new one-key Monster mode, which will switch to a black and gold style interactive interface after opening the UI. In this mode, the iQOO phone can do application launch acceleration, interaction speed acceleration, so that users can intuitively feel the acceleration effect, experience the full power of Monster performance. For 7 hours, you can use all of the battery power to play Honor of Kings in high frame rate mode.

The game is constantly charged thanks to the newly upgraded vivo FlashCharge2.0 33W flash charging technology. It supports up to 11V 3A charging specifications, and with the charge pump half-voltage charging technology, the conversion rate is as high as 97 percent, and it only takes 90 minutes to fully charge 36 percent in 15 minutes.

Photo shoot The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition maintains the iQOO family’s usual high quality, with a triple rear super wide-angle AI camera, a dual-core 12 megapixel IMX363, 8 megapixel super wide-angle camera, and depth of field Clarity, wide-angle, and AI portrait photography capabilities are combined. Because this part of the configuration overlaps with the 855 version, you can jump to the previous article (portal) to see iQOO continue to follow vivo’s usual wonderful photo performance.

Summary iQOO has always adhered to the “born tough” brand gene, always committed to bringing young consumers real hard power products. This time, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition introduces two major changes: an updated 855 Plus mobile platform and a new electric mint color, bringing consumers both the product’s strength and personality.

The iQOO Neo Racing Edition is normally priced at $2598, but it is now available for $2398. In addition, there are six interest-free periods, a six-month broken screen warranty, and a six-month extended warranty with the purchase. The front is a 6.38-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 2340 * 1080, the screen uses the water drop design, the front 16 megapixel camera is placed here, in the wide color gamut, high saturation, and high contrast screen, daily use will rarely be “water drop” interference.

The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition also includes hidden sensors, an earpiece, and other components to keep the entire screen tidy, and the harmonious narrow bezel design enhances gaming immersion.

This screen also supports HDR 10 high dynamic range display, which can be adapted to HDR sources and special effects display while watching movies and games, so that you can clear the details in the bright and dark picture, making the experience in the chicken game more obvious. To avoid the problem of strobing at low brightness, iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition adds a DC-like dimming function to prevent flickering on low brightness screens, with the help of In terms of button openings, the AI Jovi wake-up button is on the left side of the screen, the volume and power button is on the right side, and the bottom 3.5mm headphone jack, Type-C data port, and mono speaker opening are on the right side. Performance Performance is the core change in the iQOO Neo 855 Competition Edition, from the original Snapdragon 855 mobile platform to the Snapdragon 855 Plus mobile platform, Snapdragon 855 Plus is believed to be very familiar to everyone, and most of The 855 Plus has a large 2.96GHz CPU, three 2.42GHz mid-cores, and four 1.80GHz cores, narrowly outperforming the 2.84GHz Snapdragon 855.

The graphics processor also provides a 15% increase in main frequency performance, which is more noticeable in games, as well as support for the Snapdragon Elite Gaming platform, which includes true HDR, PBR, Vulkan 1.1, and many other new features to make every scene in the game more realistic. In terms of memory, the memory supports LPDDR4X 8GB / 12GB 128GB UFS 3.0 combination, laying another layer of foundation for smooth operation of games and systems.

In terms of running score, the total AnTuTu score is 502,000 points, and the GPU board has improved by nearly 20,000 points compared to the 855 version, and the GeekBench single-core running score is 3251, and the multi-core running score is 9839. The iQOO NEO 855 Competitive Edition has the fastest file read speed of 1500MB/s, which is already at a very high performance standard in the market, thanks to the UFS 3.0 high-speed memory.

The iQOO NEO 855 Racing Edition runs smoothly throughout popular games in real-world testing, even with the highest quality and extreme frame rates on, and no frame drops in the middle of the process, making it a very stable performer. This is the most advanced mobile platform Qualcomm can implement in the market; in fact, it is essentially a full game with full effects.

If the Snapdragon 865 is adapted next spring, the Snapdragon 855 Plus will also be among the flagships, so don’t worry about it going out of style too soon. In terms of software, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition includes the new iQOO Monster UI based on Android 9, with flat and low-saturation icons that are very light and fast, as well as support for a dark color mode. In addition, there is a new one-key Monster mode, which will switch to a black and gold style interactive interface after opening the UI.

In this mode, the iQOO phone can do application launch acceleration, interaction speed acceleration, so that users can intuitively feel the acceleration effect, experience the full power of Monster performance. For 7 hours, you can use all of the battery power to play Honor of Kings in high frame rate mode.

The game is constantly charged thanks to the newly upgraded vivo FlashCharge2.0 33W flash charging technology. It supports up to 11V 3A charging specifications, and with the charge pump half-voltage charging technology, the conversion rate is as high as 97 percent, and it only takes 90 minutes to fully charge 36 percent in 15 minutes.

Photo shoot The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition maintains the iQOO family’s usual high quality, with a triple rear super wide-angle AI camera, a dual-core 12 megapixel IMX363, 8 megapixel super wide-angle camera, and depth of field Clarity, wide-angle, and AI portrait photography capabilities are combined. Because this part of the configuration overlaps with the 855 version, you can jump to the previous article (portal) to see iQOO continue to follow vivo’s usual wonderful photo performance.

Summary iQOO has always adhered to the “born tough” brand gene, always committed to bringing young consumers real hard power products. This time, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition introduces two major changes: an updated 855 Plus mobile platform and a new electric mint color, bringing consumers both the product’s strength and personality.

The iQOO Neo Racing Edition is normally priced at $2598, but it is now available for $2398. In addition, there are six interest-free periods, a six-month broken screen warranty, and a six-month extended warranty with the purchase. The front is a 6.38-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 2340 * 1080, the screen uses the water drop design, the front 16 megapixel camera is placed here, in the wide color gamut, high saturation, and high contrast screen, daily use will rarely be “water drop” interference.

The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition also includes hidden sensors, an earpiece, and other components to keep the entire screen neat and tidy, and the harmonious narrow bezel design also adds a good sense of immersion when gaming. This screen also supports HDR 10 high dynamic range display, which can be adapted to HDR sources and special effects display during both movie viewing and gaming, so that the details in highlighted and dark images can be cleared and the experience can be improved.

In terms of button placement, the AI Jovi wake-up button is on the left side of the screen, the volume and power buttons are on the right, and the bottom 3.5mm headphone jack, Type-C data port, and mono speaker opening are on the right.

The main difference between the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition and the original Snapdragon 855 mobile platform is the upgrade from the original Snapdragon 855 mobile platform to the Snapdragon 855 Plus mobile platform, which I’m sure you’re all very familiar with, and most of the Android flagships in the second half of the year also use this core. The 855 Plus has a large 2.96GHz CPU, three 2.42GHz mid-cores, and four 1.80GHz cores, narrowly outperforming the 2.84GHz Snapdragon 855. The graphics processor also provides a 15% increase in main frequency performance, which is more noticeable in games, as well as support for the Snapdragon Elite Gaming platform, which includes true HDR, PBR, Vulkan 1.1, and many other new features to make every scene in the game more realistic.

In terms of memory, the memory supports LPDDR4X 8GB / 12GB 128GB UFS 3.0 combination, laying another layer of foundation for smooth operation of games and systems. In terms of running score, the total AnTuTu score is 502,000 points, and the GPU board has improved by nearly 20,000 points compared to the 855 version, and the GeekBench single-core running score is 3251, and the multi-core running score is 9839.

The iQOO NEO 855 Competitive Edition has the fastest file read speed of 1500MB/s, which is already at a very high performance standard in the market, thanks to the UFS 3.0 high-speed memory. The iQOO NEO 855 Racing Edition runs smoothly throughout popular games in real-world testing, even with the highest quality and extreme frame rates on, and no frame drops in the middle of the process, making it a very stable performer.

This is the most advanced mobile platform Qualcomm can implement in the market; in fact, it is essentially a full game with full effects. If the Snapdragon 865 is adapted next spring, the Snapdragon 855 Plus will also be among the flagships, so don’t worry about it going out of style too soon.

In terms of software, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition includes the new iQOO Monster UI based on Android 9, with flat and low-saturation icons that are very light and fast, as well as support for a dark color mode. In addition, there is a new one-key Monster mode, which will switch to a black and gold style interactive interface after opening the UI. In this mode, the iQOO phone can do application launch acceleration, interaction speed acceleration, so that users can intuitively feel the acceleration effect, experience the full power of Monster performance.

For 7 hours, you can use all of the battery power to play Honor of Kings in high frame rate mode. The game is constantly charged thanks to the newly upgraded vivo FlashCharge2.0 33W flash charging technology. It supports up to 11V 3A charging specifications, and with the charge pump half-voltage charging technology, the conversion rate is as high as 97 percent, and it only takes 90 minutes to fully charge 36 percent in 15 minutes.

Photo shoot The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition maintains the iQOO family’s usual high quality, with a triple rear super wide-angle AI camera, a dual-core 12 megapixel IMX363, 8 megapixel super wide-angle camera, and depth of field Clarity, wide-angle, and AI portrait photography capabilities are combined. Because this part of the configuration overlaps with the 855 version, you can jump to the previous article (portal) to see iQOO continue to follow vivo’s usual wonderful photo performance.

Summary iQOO has always adhered to the “born tough” brand gene, always committed to bringing young consumers real hard power products. This time, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition introduces two major changes: an updated 855 Plus mobile platform and a new electric mint color, bringing consumers both the product’s strength and personality. The iQOO Neo Racing Edition is normally priced at $2598, but it is now available for $2398.

In addition, there are six interest-free periods, a six-month broken screen warranty, and a six-month extended warranty with the purchase. The front is a 6.38-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 2340 * 1080, the screen uses the water drop design, the front 16 megapixel camera is placed here, in the wide color gamut, high saturation, and high contrast screen, daily use will rarely be “water drop” interference. The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition also includes hidden sensors, an earpiece, and other components to keep the entire screen neat and tidy, and the harmonious narrow bezel design also adds a good sense of immersion when gaming.

This screen also supports HDR 10 high dynamic range display, which can be adapted to HDR sources and special effects display during both movie viewing and gaming, so that the details in highlighted and dark images can be cleared and the experience can be improved. In terms of button openings, the AI Jovi wake-up button is on the left side of the screen, the volume and power button is on the right side, and the bottom 3.5mm headphone jack, Type-C data port, and mono speaker opening are on the right side.

Performance Performance is the core change in the iQOO Neo 855 Competition Edition, from the original Snapdragon 855 mobile platform to the Snapdragon 855 Plus mobile platform, Snapdragon 855 Plus is believed to be very familiar to everyone, and most of The 855 Plus has a large 2.96GHz CPU, three 2.42GHz mid-cores, and four 1.80GHz cores, narrowly outperforming the 2.84GHz Snapdragon 855. The graphics processor also provides a 15% increase in main frequency performance, which is more noticeable in games, as well as support for the Snapdragon Elite Gaming platform, which includes true HDR, PBR, Vulkan 1.1, and many other new features to make every scene in the game more realistic. In terms of memory, the memory supports LPDDR4X 8GB / 12GB 128GB UFS 3.0 combination, laying another layer of foundation for smooth operation of games and systems.

In terms of running score, the total AnTuTu score is 502,000 points, and the GPU board has improved by nearly 20,000 points compared to the 855 version, and the GeekBench single-core running score is 3251, and the multi-core running score is 9839. The iQOO NEO 855 Competitive Edition has the fastest file read speed of 1500MB/s, which is already at a very high performance standard in the market, thanks to the UFS 3.0 high-speed memory. The iQOO NEO 855 Racing Edition runs smoothly throughout popular games in real-world testing, even with the highest quality and extreme frame rates on, and no frame drops in the middle of the process, making it a very stable performer.

This is the most advanced mobile platform Qualcomm can implement in the market; in fact, it is essentially a full game with full effects. If the Snapdragon 865 is adapted next spring, the performance of the Snapdragon 855 Plus will be among the flagships as well, so you won’t have to worry about the Snapdragon 855 Plus going out of style too quickly.

The software on the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition is a new iQOO Monster UI developed on Android 9, with flat and low-saturation icons that are very light, and the system also supports dark color mode. In addition, there is a new one-key Monster mode, which will switch to a black and gold style interactive interface after opening the UI. In this mode, the iQOO phone can do application launch acceleration, interaction speed acceleration, so that users can intuitively feel the acceleration effect, experience the full power of Monster performance. For 7 hours, you can use all of the battery power to play Honor of Kings in high frame rate mode.

The game is constantly charged thanks to the newly upgraded vivo FlashCharge2.0 33W flash charging technology. It supports up to 11V 3A charging specifications, and with the charge pump half-voltage charging technology, the conversion rate is as high as 97 percent, and it only takes 90 minutes to fully charge 36 percent in 15 minutes. Photo shoot The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition maintains the iQOO family’s usual high quality, with a triple rear super wide-angle AI camera, a dual-core 12 megapixel IMX363, 8 megapixel super wide-angle camera, and depth of field Clarity, wide-angle, and AI portrait photography capabilities are combined.

Because this part of the configuration overlaps with the 855 version, you can jump to the previous article (portal) to see iQOO continue to follow vivo’s usual wonderful photo performance. Summary iQOO has always adhered to the “born tough” brand gene, always committed to bringing young consumers real hard power products.

This time, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition introduces two major changes: an updated 855 Plus mobile platform and a new electric mint color, bringing consumers both the product’s strength and personality. The iQOO Neo Racing Edition is normally priced at $2598, but it is now available for $2398.

In addition, there are six interest-free periods, a six-month broken screen warranty, and a six-month extended warranty with the purchase. The screen also supports HDR 10 high dynamic range display, which can be adapted to HDR sources and special effects display, so you can clear the details in the bright and dark picture, making the experience in the chicken game more obvious. To avoid the problem of strobing at low brightness, iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition adds a DC-like dimming function to prevent flickering on low brightness.

In terms of button openings, the AI Jovi wake-up button is on the left side of the screen, the volume and power button is on the right side, and the bottom 3.5mm headphone jack, Type-C data port, and mono speaker opening are on the right side. Performance Performance is the core change in the iQOO Neo 855 Competition Edition, from the original Snapdragon 855 mobile platform to the Snapdragon 855 Plus mobile platform, Snapdragon 855 Plus is believed to be very familiar to everyone, and most of The 855 Plus has a large 2.96GHz CPU, three 2.42GHz mid-cores, and four 1.80GHz cores, narrowly outperforming the 2.84GHz Snapdragon 855.

The graphics processor also provides a 15% increase in main frequency performance, which is more noticeable in games, as well as support for the Snapdragon Elite Gaming platform, which includes true HDR, PBR, Vulkan 1.1, and many other new features to make every scene in the game more realistic. In terms of memory, the memory supports LPDDR4X 8GB / 12GB 128GB UFS 3.0 combination, laying another layer of foundation for smooth operation of games and systems. In terms of running score, the total AnTuTu score is 502,000 points, and the GPU board has improved by nearly 20,000 points compared to the 855 version, and the GeekBench single-core running score is 3251, and the multi-core running score is 9839.

The iQOO NEO 855 Competitive Edition has the fastest file read speed of 1500MB/s, which is already at a very high performance standard in the market, thanks to the UFS 3.0 high-speed memory. The iQOO NEO 855 Racing Edition runs smoothly throughout popular games in real-world testing, even with the highest quality and extreme frame rates on, and no frame drops in the middle of the process, making it a very stable performer.

This is the most advanced mobile platform Qualcomm can implement in the market; in fact, it is essentially a full game with full effects. If the Snapdragon 865 is adapted next spring, the Snapdragon 855 Plus will also be among the flagships, so don’t worry about it going out of style too soon. In terms of software, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition includes the new iQOO Monster UI based on Android 9, with flat and low-saturation icons that are very light and fast, as well as support for a dark color mode.

In addition, there is a new one-key Monster mode, which will switch to a black and gold style interactive interface after opening the UI. In this mode, the iQOO phone can do application launch acceleration, interaction speed acceleration, so that users can intuitively feel the acceleration effect, experience the full power of Monster performance. For 7 hours, you can use all of the battery power to play Honor of Kings in high frame rate mode.

The game is constantly charged thanks to the newly upgraded vivo FlashCharge2.0 33W flash charging technology. It supports up to 11V 3A charging specifications, and the conversion rate is as high as 97 percent with the charge pump half-voltage charging technology, and it only takes 90 minutes to fully charge 36 percent in 15 minutes.

With its triple rear ultra wide-angle AI cameras, a dual-core 12MP IMX363, an 8MP ultra wide-angle camera, and a depth-of-field camera, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition maintains the iQOO family’s usual high quality. Clarity, wide-angle, and AI portrait photography capabilities are combined. Because this part of the configuration overlaps with the 855 version, you can jump to the previous article (portal) to see iQOO continue to follow vivo’s usual wonderful photo performance.

Summary iQOO has always adhered to the “born tough” brand gene, always committed to bringing young consumers real hard power products. This time, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition introduces two major changes: an updated 855 Plus mobile platform and a new electric mint color, bringing consumers both the product’s strength and personality.

The iQOO Neo Racing Edition is normally priced at $2598, but it is now available for $2398. In addition, there are six interest-free periods, a six-month broken screen warranty, and a six-month extended warranty with the purchase. To avoid the problem of strobe at low brightness, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition screen added a class DC dimming to prevent flickering of the screen at low brightness, with the Dimlayer masking algorithm and dithering interpolation algorithm, fitting to achieve the effect of adjusting the screen brightness, so that the visual fatigue of the screen at low brightness is effectively alleviated.

In terms of button openings, the AI Jovi wake-up button is on the left side of the screen, the volume and power button is on the right side, and the bottom 3.5mm headphone jack, Type-C data port, and mono speaker opening are on the right side. Performance Performance is the core change in the iQOO Neo 855 Competition Edition, from the original Snapdragon 855 mobile platform to the Snapdragon 855 Plus mobile platform, Snapdragon 855 Plus is believed to be very familiar, and most of the And The 855 Plus has a large 2.96GHz CPU, three 2.42GHz mid-cores, and four 1.80GHz cores, narrowly outperforming the 2.84GHz Snapdragon 855.

The graphics processor also provides a 15% increase in main frequency performance, which is more noticeable in games, as well as support for the Snapdragon Elite Gaming platform, which includes true HDR, PBR, Vulkan 1.1, and many other new features to make every scene in the game more realistic. In terms of memory, the memory supports LPDDR4X 8GB / 12GB 128GB UFS 3.0 combination, laying another layer of foundation for smooth operation of games and systems.

In terms of running score, the total AnTuTu score is 502,000 points, and the GPU board has improved by nearly 20,000 points compared to the 855 version, and the GeekBench single-core running score is 3251, and the multi-core running score is 9839. The iQOO NEO 855 Competitive Edition has the fastest file read speed of 1500MB/s, which is already at a very high performance standard in the market, thanks to the UFS 3.0 high-speed memory.

The iQOO NEO 855 Racing Edition runs smoothly throughout popular games in real-world testing, even with the highest quality and extreme frame rates on, and no frame drops in the middle of the process, making it a very stable performer. This is the most advanced mobile platform Qualcomm can implement in the market; in fact, it is essentially a full game with full effects.

If the Snapdragon 865 is adapted next spring, the Snapdragon 855 Plus will also be among the flagships, so don’t worry about it going out of style too soon. In terms of software, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition includes the new iQOO Monster UI based on Android 9, with flat and low-saturation icons that are very light and fast, as well as support for a dark color mode.

In addition, there is a new one-key Monster mode, which will switch to a black and gold style interactive interface after opening the UI. In this mode, the iQOO phone can do application launch acceleration, interaction speed acceleration, so that users can intuitively feel the acceleration effect, experience the full power of Monster performance.

For 7 hours, you can use all of the battery power to play Honor of Kings in high frame rate mode. The game is constantly charged thanks to the newly upgraded vivo FlashCharge2.0 33W flash charging technology. It supports up to 11V 3A charging specifications, and with the charge pump half-voltage charging technology, the conversion rate is as high as 97 percent, and it only takes 90 minutes to fully charge 36 percent in 15 minutes.

Photo shoot The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition maintains the iQOO family’s usual high quality, with a triple rear super wide-angle AI camera, a dual-core 12 megapixel IMX363, 8 megapixel super wide-angle camera, and depth of field Clarity, wide-angle, and AI portrait photography capabilities are combined. Because this part of the configuration overlaps with the 855 version, you can jump to the previous article (portal) to see iQOO continue to follow vivo’s usual wonderful photo performance.

Summary iQOO has always adhered to the “born tough” brand gene, always committed to bringing young consumers real hard power products. This time, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition introduces two major changes: an updated 855 Plus mobile platform and a new electric mint color, bringing consumers both the product’s strength and personality. The iQOO Neo Racing Edition is normally priced at $2598, but it is now available for $2398.

In addition, there are six interest-free periods, a six-month broken screen warranty, and a six-month extended warranty with the purchase. The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition screen also includes the most recent screen fingerprint technology, which unlocks quickly and supports simultaneous unlocking with the face.

The AI Jovi wake-up button is located on the left side of the screen, while the volume and power buttons are located on the right side, as are the bottom 3.5mm headphone jack, Type-C data port, and mono speaker openings.

The main difference between the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition and the original Snapdragon 855 mobile platform is the upgrade from the original Snapdragon 855 mobile platform to the Snapdragon 855 Plus mobile platform, which I’m sure you’re all very familiar with, and most of the Android flagships in the second half of the year also use this core. The 855 Plus has a large 2.96GHz CPU, three 2.42GHz mid-cores, and four 1.80GHz cores, narrowly outperforming the 2.84GHz Snapdragon 855. The graphics processor also provides a 15% increase in main frequency performance, which is more noticeable in games, as well as support for the Snapdragon Elite Gaming platform, which includes true HDR, PBR, Vulkan 1.1, and many other new features to make every scene in the game more realistic. In terms of memory, the memory supports LPDDR4X 8GB / 12GB 128GB UFS 3.0 combination, laying another layer of foundation for smooth operation of games and systems.

In terms of running score, the total AnTuTu score is 502,000 points, and the GPU board has improved by nearly 20,000 points compared to the 855 version, and the GeekBench single-core running score is 3251, and the multi-core running score is 9839. The iQOO NEO 855 Competitive Edition has the fastest file read speed of 1500MB/s, which is already at a very high performance standard in the market, thanks to the UFS 3.0 high-speed memory. The iQOO NEO 855 Racing Edition runs smoothly throughout popular games in real-world testing, even with the highest quality and extreme frame rates on, and no frame drops in the middle of the process, making it a very stable performer.

This is the most advanced mobile platform Qualcomm can implement in the market; in fact, it is essentially a full game with full effects. If the Snapdragon 865 is adapted next spring, the Snapdragon 855 Plus will also be among the flagships, so don’t worry about it going out of style too soon. In terms of software, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition includes the new iQOO Monster UI based on Android 9, with flat and low-saturation icons that are very light and fast, as well as support for a dark color mode.

In addition, there is a new one-key Monster mode, which will switch to a black and gold style interactive interface after opening the UI. In this mode, the iQOO phone can do application launch acceleration, interaction speed acceleration, so that users can intuitively feel the acceleration effect, experience the full power of Monster performance.

For 7 hours, you can use all of the battery power to play Honor of Kings in high frame rate mode. The game is constantly charged thanks to the newly upgraded vivo FlashCharge2.0 33W flash charging technology.

It supports up to 11V 3A charging specifications, and with the charge pump half-voltage charging technology, the conversion rate is as high as 97 percent, and it only takes 90 minutes to fully charge 36 percent in 15 minutes. Photo shoot The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition maintains the iQOO family’s usual high quality, with a triple rear super wide-angle AI camera, a dual-core 12 megapixel IMX363, 8 megapixel super wide-angle camera, and depth of field Clarity, wide-angle, and AI portrait photography capabilities are combined. Because this part of the configuration overlaps with the 855 version, you can jump to the previous article (portal) to see iQOO continue to follow vivo’s usual wonderful photo performance.

Summary iQOO has always adhered to the “born tough” brand gene, always committed to bringing young consumers real hard power products. This time, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition introduces two major changes: an updated 855 Plus mobile platform and a new electric mint color, bringing consumers both the product’s strength and personality. The iQOO Neo Racing Edition is normally priced at $2598, but it is now available for $2398.

In addition, there are six interest-free periods, a six-month broken screen warranty, and a six-month extended warranty with the purchase. The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition screen also includes the most recent screen fingerprint technology, which unlocks quickly and supports simultaneous unlocking with the face. In terms of button openings, the AI Jovi wake-up button is on the left side of the screen, the volume and power button is on the right side, the bottom 3.5mm headphone jack, Type-C data port, and mono speaker openings are on the right side.

Performance Performance is the core change in the iQOO Neo 855 Competition Edition, from the original Snapdragon 855 mobile platform to the Snapdragon 855 Plus mobile platform, Snapdragon 855 Plus is believed to be very familiar, and most of the And The 855 Plus has a large 2.96GHz CPU, three 2.42GHz mid-cores, and four 1.80GHz cores, narrowly outperforming the 2.84GHz Snapdragon 855. The graphics processor also provides a 15% increase in main frequency performance, which is more noticeable in games, as well as support for the Snapdragon Elite Gaming platform, which includes true HDR, PBR, Vulkan 1.1, and many other new features to make every scene in the game more realistic. In terms of memory, the memory supports LPDDR4X 8GB / 12GB 128GB UFS 3.0 combination, laying another layer of foundation for smooth operation of games and systems.

In terms of running score, the total AnTuTu score is 502,000 points, and the GPU board has improved by nearly 20,000 points compared to the 855 version, and the GeekBench single-core running score is 3251, and the multi-core running score is 9839. The iQOO NEO 855 Competitive Edition has the fastest file read speed of 1500MB/s, which is already at a very high performance standard in the market, thanks to the UFS 3.0 high-speed memory. The iQOO NEO 855 Racing Edition runs smoothly throughout popular games in real-world testing, even with the highest quality and extreme frame rates on, and no frame drops in the middle of the process, making it a very stable performer.

This is the most advanced mobile platform Qualcomm can implement in the market; in fact, it is essentially a full game with full effects. If the Snapdragon 865 is adapted next spring, the Snapdragon 855 Plus will also be among the flagships, so don’t worry about it going out of style too soon. In terms of software, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition includes the new iQOO Monster UI based on Android 9, with flat and low-saturation icons that are very light and fast, as well as support for a dark color mode.

Furthermore, there is a new one-key Monster mode, which will switch to a black and gold style interactive interface after opening the UI. In this mode, the iQOO phone can do application launch acceleration, interaction speed acceleration, so that users can intuitively feel the acceleration effect and experience the full power of Monster performance.

In terms of battery life, iQOO has equipped the Neo 855 Racing Edition with a 4500 mAh battery that can easily meet the needs of heavy users for a day’s use. For 7 hours, you can use all of the battery power to play Honor of Kings in high frame rate mode. The game will be constantly charged thanks to the newly upgraded vivo FlashCharge2.0 33W flash charging technology. It supports up to 11V 3A charging specifications, and with the charge pump half-voltage charging technology, the conversion rate is as high as 97 percent, and it only takes 90 minutes to fully charge 36 percent in 15 minutes.

Photo shoot The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition maintains the iQOO family’s usual high quality, with a triple rear super wide-angle AI camera, a dual-core 12 megapixel IMX363, 8 megapixel super wide-angle camera, and depth of field Clarity, wide-angle, and AI portrait photography capabilities are combined. Because this part of the configuration overlaps with the 855 version, you can jump to the previous article (portal) to see iQOO continue to follow vivo’s usual wonderful photo performance.

Summary iQOO has always adhered to the “born tough” brand gene, always committed to bringing young consumers real hard power products. This time, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition introduces two major changes: an updated 855 Plus mobile platform and a new electric mint color, bringing consumers both the product’s strength and personality.

The iQOO Neo Racing Edition is normally priced at $2598, but it is now available for $2398. In addition, there are six interest-free periods, a six-month broken screen warranty, and a six-month extended warranty with the purchase. The Snapdragon Elite Gaming platform is also supported, bringing true HDR, PBR, Vulkan 1.1, and a slew of other new features to make every scene in the game more realistic.

In terms of memory, the memory supports LPDDR4X 8GB / 12GB 128GB UFS 3.0 combination, laying another layer of foundation for smooth operation of games and systems. In terms of running score, the total AnTuTu score is 502,000 points, and the GPU board has improved by nearly 20,000 points compared to the 855 version, and the GeekBench single-core running score is 3251, and the multi-core running score is 9839.

The iQOO NEO 855 Competitive Edition has the fastest file read speed of 1500MB/s, which is already at a very high performance standard in the market, thanks to the UFS 3.0 high-speed memory. The iQOO NEO 855 Racing Edition runs smoothly throughout popular games in real-world testing, even with the highest quality and extreme frame rates on, and no frame drops in the middle of the process, making it a very stable performer.

This is the most advanced mobile platform Qualcomm can implement in the market; in fact, it is essentially a full game with full effects. If the Snapdragon 865 is adapted next spring, the Snapdragon 855 Plus will also be among the flagships, so don’t worry about it going out of style too soon.

In terms of software, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition includes the new iQOO Monster UI based on Android 9, with flat and low-saturation icons that are very light and fast, as well as support for a dark color mode. In addition, there is a new one-key Monster mode, which will switch to a black and gold style interactive interface after opening the UI.

In this mode, the iQOO phone can do application launch acceleration, interaction speed acceleration, so that users can intuitively feel the acceleration effect, experience the full power of Monster performance. For 7 hours, you can use all of the battery power to play Honor of Kings in high frame rate mode. The game is constantly charged thanks to the newly upgraded vivo FlashCharge2.0 33W flash charging technology.

It supports up to 11V 3A charging specifications, and with the charge pump half-voltage charging technology, the conversion rate is as high as 97 percent, and it only takes 90 minutes to fully charge 36 percent in 15 minutes. Photo shoot The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition maintains the iQOO family’s usual high quality, with a triple rear super wide-angle AI camera, a dual-core 12 megapixel IMX363, 8 megapixel super wide-angle camera, and depth of field Clarity, wide-angle, and AI portrait photography capabilities are combined. Because this part of the configuration overlaps with the 855 version, you can jump to the previous article (portal) to see iQOO continue to follow vivo’s usual wonderful photo performance.

Summary iQOO has always adhered to the “born tough” brand gene, always committed to bringing young consumers real hard power products. This time, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition introduces two major changes: an updated 855 Plus mobile platform and a new electric mint color, bringing consumers both the product’s strength and personality. The iQOO Neo Racing Edition is normally priced at $2598, but it is now available for $2398.

In addition, there are six interest-free periods, a six-month broken screen warranty, and a six-month extended warranty with the purchase. If you’re interested, you can take action right now: the GeekBench single-core score is 3251, and the multi-core score is 9839.

The iQOO NEO 855 Competitive Edition has the fastest file read speed of 1500MB/s, which is already at a very high performance standard in the market, thanks to the UFS 3.0 high-speed memory. The iQOO NEO 855 Racing Edition runs smoothly throughout popular games in real-world testing, even with the highest quality and extreme frame rates on, and no frame drops in the middle of the process, making it a very stable performer.

This is the most advanced mobile platform Qualcomm can implement in the market; in fact, it is essentially a full game with full effects. If the Snapdragon 865 is adapted next spring, the Snapdragon 855 Plus will also be among the flagships, so don’t worry about it going out of style too soon. In terms of software, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition includes the new iQOO Monster UI based on Android 9, with flat and low-saturation icons that are very light and fast, as well as support for a dark color mode.

Furthermore, there is a new one-key Monster mode, which will switch to a black and gold style interactive interface after opening the UI. In this mode, the iQOO phone can do application launch acceleration, interaction speed acceleration, so that users can intuitively feel the acceleration effect and experience the full power of Monster performance.

In terms of battery life, iQOO has equipped the Neo 855 Racing Edition with a 4500 mAh battery that can easily meet the needs of heavy users for a day’s use. For 7 hours, you can use all of the battery power to play Honor of Kings in high frame rate mode. The game will be constantly charged thanks to the newly upgraded vivo FlashCharge2.0 33W flash charging technology.

It supports up to 11V 3A charging specifications, and with the charge pump half-voltage charging technology, the conversion rate is as high as 97 percent, and it only takes 90 minutes to fully charge 36 percent in 15 minutes. Photo shoot The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition maintains the iQOO family’s usual high quality, with a triple rear super wide-angle AI camera, a dual-core 12 megapixel IMX363, 8 megapixel super wide-angle camera, and depth of field Clarity, wide-angle, and AI portrait photography capabilities are combined. Because this part of the configuration overlaps with the 855 version, you can jump to the previous article (portal) to see iQOO continue to follow vivo’s usual wonderful photo performance.

Summary iQOO has always adhered to the “born tough” brand gene, always committed to bringing young consumers real hard power products. This time, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition introduces two major changes: an updated 855 Plus mobile platform and a new electric mint color, bringing consumers both the product’s strength and personality.

The iQOO Neo Racing Edition is normally priced at $2598, but it is now available for $2398. In addition, there are six interest-free periods, a six-month broken screen warranty, and a six-month extended warranty with the purchase. If you’re interested, you can buy it right now: the iQOO NEO 855 Racing Edition can keep running smoothly even when the highest quality and extreme frame rate are enabled, and there’s no frame dropping in the middle of the game; the performance is very stable.

This is the most advanced mobile platform Qualcomm can implement in the market; in fact, it is essentially a full game with full effects. If the Snapdragon 865 is adapted next spring, the Snapdragon 855 Plus will also be among the flagships, so don’t worry about it going out of style too soon.

In terms of software, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition includes the new iQOO Monster UI based on Android 9, with flat and low-saturation icons that are very light and fast, as well as support for a dark color mode. In addition, there is a new one-key Monster mode, which will switch to a black and gold style interactive interface after opening the UI.

In this mode, the iQOO phone can do application launch acceleration, interaction speed acceleration, so that users can intuitively feel the acceleration effect, experience the full power of Monster performance. For 7 hours, you can use all of the battery power to play Honor of Kings in high frame rate mode.

The game is constantly charged thanks to the newly upgraded vivo FlashCharge2.0 33W flash charging technology. It supports up to 11V 3A charging specifications, and with the charge pump half-voltage charging technology, the conversion rate is as high as 97 percent, and it only takes 90 minutes to fully charge 36 percent in 15 minutes. Photo shoot The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition maintains the iQOO family’s usual high quality, with a triple rear super wide-angle AI camera, a dual-core 12 megapixel IMX363, 8 megapixel super wide-angle camera, and depth of field Clarity, wide-angle, and AI portrait photography capabilities are combined.

Because this part of the configuration overlaps with the 855 version, you can jump to the previous article (portal) to see iQOO continue to follow vivo’s usual wonderful photo performance. Summary iQOO has always adhered to the “born tough” brand gene, always committed to bringing young consumers real hard power products.

This time, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition introduces two major changes: an updated 855 Plus mobile platform and a new electric mint color, bringing consumers both the product’s strength and personality. The iQOO Neo Racing Edition is normally priced at $2598, but it is now available for $2398. In addition, there are six interest-free periods, a six-month broken screen warranty, and a six-month extended warranty with the purchase.

Software, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition comes with a new iQOO Monster UI based on Android 9, flat and low-saturation icons that are very light and fast, and the system also supports dark color mode. In addition, there is a new one-key Monster mode, which will switch to a black and gold style interactive interface after opening the UI. In this mode, the iQOO phone can do application launch acceleration, interaction speed acceleration, so that users can intuitively feel the acceleration effect, experience the full power of Monster performance.

For 7 hours, you can use all of the battery power to play Honor of Kings in high frame rate mode. The game is constantly charged thanks to the newly upgraded vivo FlashCharge2.0 33W flash charging technology.

It supports up to 11V 3A charging specifications, and with the charge pump half-voltage charging technology, the conversion rate is as high as 97 percent, and it only takes 90 minutes to fully charge 36 percent in 15 minutes. Photo shoot The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition maintains the iQOO family’s usual high quality, with a triple rear super wide-angle AI camera, a dual-core 12 megapixel IMX363, 8 megapixel super wide-angle camera, and depth of field Clarity, wide-angle, and AI portrait photography capabilities are combined.

Because this part of the configuration overlaps with the 855 version, you can skip to the previous article (portal) to see iQOO replicate vivo’s usual excellent photo performance.

In summary, iQOO has always adhered to the “born tough” brand gene, always committed to providing real hard power products to young consumers. This time, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition introduces two major changes: an updated 855 Plus mobile platform and a new electric mint color, to provide consumers with both the strength and personality of the product. The iQOO Neo Racing Edition is normally priced at $2598, but it is now available for $2398. In addition, there are six interest-free periods, a six-month broken screen warranty, and a six-month extended warranty with the purchase.

Software, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition comes with a new iQOO Monster UI based on Android 9, flat and low-saturation icons that are very light and fast, and the system also supports dark color mode. In addition, there is a new one-key Monster mode, which will switch to a black and gold style interactive interface after opening the UI.

In this mode, the iQOO phone can do application launch acceleration, interaction speed acceleration, so that users can intuitively feel the acceleration effect, experience the full power of Monster performance. For 7 hours, you can use all of the battery power to play Honor of Kings in high frame rate mode. The game is constantly charged thanks to the newly upgraded vivo FlashCharge2.0 33W flash charging technology.

It supports up to 11V 3A charging specifications, and with the charge pump half-voltage charging technology, the conversion rate is as high as 97 percent, and it only takes 90 minutes to fully charge 36 percent in 15 minutes. Photo shoot The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition maintains the iQOO family’s usual high quality, with a triple rear super wide-angle AI camera, a dual-core 12 megapixel IMX363, 8 megapixel super wide-angle camera, and depth of field Clarity, wide-angle, and AI portrait photography capabilities are combined.

Because this part of the configuration overlaps with the 855 version, you can jump to the previous article (portal) to see iQOO continue to follow vivo’s usual wonderful photo performance. Summary iQOO has always adhered to the “born tough” brand gene, always committed to bringing young consumers real hard power products. This time, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition introduces two major changes: an updated 855 Plus mobile platform and a new electric mint color, bringing consumers both the product’s strength and personality.

The iQOO Neo Racing Edition is normally priced at $2598, but it is now available for $2398. In addition, there are six interest-free periods, a six-month broken screen warranty, and a six-month extended warranty with the purchase. In terms of battery life, iQOO has included a 4500 mAh battery in the Neo 855 Racing Edition, which can easily meet the needs of heavy users for a day’s use.

In high frame rate mode, 100% of the battery power can be used to play “Honor of Kings” for 7 hours. The game will be constantly charged thanks to the newly upgraded vivo FlashCharge2.0 33W flash charging technology.

It supports up to 11V 3A charging specifications, and with the charge pump half-voltage charging technology, the conversion rate is as high as 97 percent, and it only takes 90 minutes to fully charge 36 percent in 15 minutes. Photo shoot The iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition maintains the iQOO family’s usual high quality, with a triple rear super wide-angle AI camera, a dual-core 12 megapixel IMX363, 8 megapixel super wide-angle camera, and depth of field Clarity, wide-angle, and AI portrait photography capabilities are combined.

Because this part of the configuration overlaps with the 855 version, you can jump to the previous article (portal) to see iQOO continue to follow vivo’s usual wonderful photo performance. Summary iQOO has always adhered to the “born tough” brand gene, always committed to bringing young consumers real hard power products. This time, the iQOO Neo 855 Racing Edition introduces two major changes: an updated 855 Plus mobile platform and a new electric mint color, bringing consumers both the product’s strength and personality.

The iQOO Neo Racing Edition is normally priced at $2598, but it is now available for $2398. In addition, there are six interest-free periods, a six-month broken screen warranty, and a six-month extended warranty with the purchase.

Those who are interested can take action right away.