iQOO vivo Z5 5G (Arctic Dawn, 8GB RAM, 128GB Storage) | Snapdragon 778G 5G Processor | 5000mAh Battery | 44W FlashCharge

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Last updated on August 28, 2022 2:03 pm
Category:
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 5G 6nm Octa-Core Processor
  • Segment’s 1st Smartphone with Enhanced LPDDR5 & UFS 3.1
  • 44W FlashCharge technology with massive 5000mAh battery with up to 50% in 23 mins*
  • 28837mm2 Liquid cooling system that reduces the CPU temperature by about 120C
  • 120Hz Refresh Rate | 240Hz Touch Sampling Rate
  • 64MP AF Main Camera, f/1.79 Aperture with GW3 sensor, packed with features like 4K video recording at 60FPS, Super Night Mode and much more. Along with 16MP Front Camera.
  • 2 Years of Android Updates & 3 Years of Security Updates

Specification: iQOO vivo Z5 5G (Arctic Dawn, 8GB RAM, 128GB Storage) | Snapdragon 778G 5G Processor | 5000mAh Battery | 44W FlashCharge

OS

‎Android 11 based Funtouch OS 12, Funtouch OS 12 based on Android 11

Other display features

‎Wireless

Product Dimensions

‎16.5 x 7.7 x 0.8 cm, 193 Grams

Batteries

‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

Item model number

‎I2018

Connectivity technologies

‎WiFi USB Type-C, 6;3.5mm Audio Jack;Bluetooth 5.2

GPS

‎True

Special features

‎Fast Charging Support, LTE, Fingerprint Sensor, Dual SIM, GPS, Video Player, Music Player

Colours displayed

‎120Hz Refresh Rate, 240Hz Touch Sampling Rate

RAM

‎8 GB

Other camera features

‎Front

Device interface - primary

‎Touchscreen

Audio Jack

‎3.5 mm

Form factor

‎Bar

Colour

Battery Power Rating

‎5000

Whats in the box

‎1N Cell Phone, 1N Charger, 1N USB Type-C Cable, 1N SIM Eject Tool, 1N Quick Start Guide, 1N Warranty Card, 1N Phone Case

Manufacturer

Country of Origin

‎India

Item Weight

‎193 g

8 reviews for iQOO vivo Z5 5G (Arctic Dawn, 8GB RAM, 128GB Storage) | Snapdragon 778G 5G Processor | 5000mAh Battery | 44W FlashCharge

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  1. Gaurav Kumar Goswami

    The camera in this device is good. The processor is smooth and doesnot lag. The device support carrier aggregation,I am getting good 4g+ speed with Airtel but the speakers are not upto the mark.Overall device performance is best at this range…

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  2. rahul patil

    Almost use 5 months

    In this range with specifications and configuration good product
    This is not camera product so will rate 5outof10

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  3. DHRUV

    The overall performance n looks are great for the blue version
    got around 550,000 in antutu score on first day will update score after a month usage later* 3d benchmark 15 fps stable 99% score

    strutural:
    first of all if ur buying this phone for regular basic usage its good a bit large for small hands 6’67” but the weight distribution and in hand feel is nice
    it comes with panda glass dunno how much it could protect the phone but who cares everyone gonna use a cheap screen protector on it…
    build quality is good n some reviews are complaining about plastic back n body .. it really doesn’t matters tge matt finish is superb n fells good on hand . again no one uses their device without covers so who cares again ..

    Softwere n stuff:
    android 12 fills it up with many amazing features which helps a lot and the funtouch os is good enough after removing everything Haven’t experienced any ad except from iqoo app in the phone u could turn off the notification n it will nvr bug u again
    (caution) : the theme store in the phone is literal trash .. nothing is for free like mi theme store only comes with 1 extra font n thats all u couldn’t change its theme at all without paying

    apart from that the heptic response feature is smooth n nice also instant facial recognition n fingerprint scan it even fells like u don’t have a password at all gr8 for that

    CAMERA :
    rear : the 3 cameras in the rear are good images are sharp in 64 mp … but the wide angle camera losses a lot details not as good as the main camera but still good enough… macro lens : why do they even add that?? i personally dont find any use for it n nvr used it rec vids in 1080p 60fps 4k 30 fps ( the rear vid camera have some lind of stability it works great even when ur running ig it doesn’t have any physical stabilization feature in cams but the softwere one is smooth removes a lot of jitter from the clip)
    front : front camera is kinda basic works fine in better lighting not gonna say it works in low lightning the pics get too blurry n pixelated.

    camera UI : if I’ve ever experienced any vivo camera ui its the same … makes ur skin glow can’t even say partially it clicks natural photos .. over exposed but smooth
    other than that the pano feature works fine portrait blurr could be adjusted a lil more blurs the background real smooth
    “”THE NIGHT MODE”” i dunno what they feed their engineerers to design such modes but it works great !!! abosultely great depending upon the darkness in the environment it tell u to stabilize ur phone for 3-5 sec byt it changes the phoyo completely.. its like turning lights on in a dark room n all looks natural

    OVERVIEW : If u need. a performance centri. phone go for it its best in the price range (21000k) tge price i bought it for suits it … u could go for poco x3 pro just for 2k less for performing scores but u’ll lose a lot pf features … if u want a phone with kuch better features u have to spend atleast 5-6 k more [ Some reviews were blabbing about it being unusable for 5g network in the future but the bands are perfect they’ll work

    PROS:
    °ufs 3.1 storage everything loads up fast n smooth Haven’t experienced a loading screen for downloaded content in the phone
    °ram management is gr8 works abosultely great
    ° the night mode is great(rear)
    °vid stabilization in rear cam (clips look like butter without even a lil bit of shake n anything)
    °facescan n fingerprint works flawlessly (couldn’t even realise it has a lock on when I’m using it)
    °5g network not useful now but will be helpful in the future
    ° fast charging takes about 45 min to 30-100

    CONS:
    ° dont have a exapandable memory card slot (128 gigs is enough but still it would’ve been better to have some extra)
    ° heats up a bit while charging it doesn’t take much to charge but temp inc from the back to a noticeable point while charging
    °cam ui from vivo it brighten up the pics. i do prefer natural pics over that
    °led display amoled would be better at this price point but it compensates for the performance only blacks are noticeable while watching content on it otherwise worls fine .. even in high sunlight everything is visible at full brightness

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  4. Shivam Sharma

    HomeTechnologyTech ReviewsiQOO Z5 review: Major improvement over the iQOO Z3
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    iQOO Z5 review: Major improvement over the iQOO Z3
    Rs. 23,990
    The iQOO Z5 feels like a major improvement over the iQOO Z3, but does that make it a phone worth recommending? Read on to know more.
    Written By Chetan Nayak | Mumbai |
    Updated: November 8, 2021 3:34:57 pm
    iQOO Z5, iQOO Z5 review, iQOO Z5 price, iQOO Z5 launch, iQOO Z5 gaming,
    Here’s our full review of the iQOO Z5. (Image Source: The Indian Express/ Chetan Nayak)
    We have said it before and we’ll say it again, a good mid-range phone priced between Rs 20,000 and Rs 25,000 is all about the right specifications and the right compromises. The iQOO Z3, the brand’s first Z-series offering came close to getting it right, but along comes the Z5, with more powerful specifications, decent cameras, better software and a big battery.

    We tried the phone out for over a week and here’s what we think about it.

    iQOO Z5 Specs: Snapdragon 778G chip | 6.67-inch 120HZ FHD+ LCD display | Up to 12GB RAM+256GB storage | 64MP+8MP+2MP rear camera, 16MP front camera | 5,000mAh battery+44W fast charging|

    iQOO Z5: What’s good?
    Design: Even though there’s a polycarbonate back here, the iQOO Z5 looks and feels like a premium phone in hand. The Arctic Dawn variant we have in particular looks so great with the matte frosted white on the back that you wouldn’t want to put a case on this one.

    iQOO Z5, iQOO Z5 review, iQOO Z5 price, iQOO Z5 launch, iQOO Z5 gaming,
    The iQOO Z5 looks and feels like a premium phone in hand. (Image Source: The Indian Express/ Chetan Nayak)
    The top bezel and chin are slightly thicker than the side bezels, but we don’t think it’s too thick. iQOO also has upgraded to a punch-hole display instead of the dated waterdrop notch on the Z3, which is a great addition.

    Display: Yes, this is not an AMOLED panel but we do get a good IPS LCD panel. While you miss out on punchy AMOLED colours, what you do get is variable refresh rate modes that you can lock to 60Hz, 90Hz or 120HZ, or even an auto-switch option that will dynamically change refresh rate. Considering this phone is targeted at gamers and power users, we don’t think the lack of an AMOLED panel is a dealbreaker here. On the contrary, the IPS LCD panel you do get is pretty good.

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    The phone comes with an IPS LCD panel. (Image Source: The Indian Express/ Chetan Nayak)
    Performance: This is the first aspect you think of when you look at iQOO devices and it is here that the phone doesn’t disappoint. The phone flies through day-to-day tasks, multiple apps as well as resource-heavy games. The Snapdragon 778G is not a flagship processor, but it gets close.

    With Battlegrounds Mobile India, for instance, you can play at Smooth graphics+Extreme framerates, while higher graphic settings will limit you to Ultra frame rates. These are the same settings offered by phones like the Poco F3 GT, which is powered by the MediaTek Dimensity 1200. Gaming itself was great and we barely experienced any hiccups. The phone does get slightly warm during extended sessions, but not too hot.

    iQOO Z5, iQOO Z5 review, iQOO Z5 price, iQOO Z5 launch, iQOO Z5 gaming,
    The iQOO Z5 features a decent overall camera setup for the price. (Image Source: The Indian Express/ Chetan Nayak)
    You also have LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage to ensure everything that you do or load on the device gets done quickly. You also get stereo speakers, performance and gaming modes and 240Hz touch sampling, which is great for the gamers out there.

    Software: One of our biggest issues with the older Z3 was its software, which offered a questionable experience full of privacy policies that popped up every two seconds and unwanted software forced down your throat. The Z5 gets a much cleaner iteration of FuntouchOS 12 (based on Android 11).

    iQOO Z5, iQOO Z5 review, iQOO Z5 price, iQOO Z5 launch, iQOO Z5 gaming,
    The software experience is a big improvement. (Image Source: The Indian Express/ Chetan Nayak)
    You no longer have crazy notifications flying in, and while there is plenty of preinstalled junk, you can uninstall most of it. You can now finally hide the ‘Hot Apps’ and ‘Hot Games’ recommendations if you, like us, had no plans of checking it out. The company also promises two years of Android updates and three years of security updates.

    Other elements like the notification bar, the Settings app (which closely resembles OxygenOS 11 now) and the lockscreen are much cleaner than before too and feature handy tools and all the extra customisation features are neatly tucked under the settings. You still have a few basic elements missing though, like support for icon packs in the default launcher, but a third-party launcher can fix that easily. Overall, the software has now taken a big step in the right direction.

    Cameras: The iQOO Z5 features a decent overall camera setup for the price. You get crisp shots and colours look punchy. Capturing pictures is also pretty quick. Unfortunately, there is no OIS (optical image stabilisation) here, but the video performance is pretty decent regardless. Macro shots and Night Mode worked better than we expected. The 16MP front camera was good enough for selfies and calls, giving a satisfying experience even in low light scenarios. Check out our camera samples below.

    iQOO Z5

    Battery life and charging: The iQOO Z5 features good battery life, and the 5,000mAh pack beats phones like its rival, the Xiaomi 11 Lite NE 5G. It is also significantly more juice than the iQOO Z3. While the phone has slower 44W fast charging, it is still pretty fast when it comes to topping off the battery.

    Even though the charging may feel slower than the iQOO Z3 due to the smaller battery and faster charging on the phone, we’d pick the larger capacity battery on the iQOO Z5 anyday.

    iQOO Z5: What’s not good?
    The iQOO Z5 doesn’t get a lot wrong for its price and targeted market. The LCD screen is decent enough, but doesn’t compare to an AMOLED display when it comes to contrast levels. The phone also misses out on NFC, a feature more and more people have begun appreciating with contactless payments becoming more popular.

    Even though the build quality of the whole phone felt solid to the touch, we found the volume rocker buttons to be quite wobbly, right from the day we unboxed the phone. Those looking for more 5G band support will also be disappointed as the phone supports just two bands – n77 and n78.

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    Verdict: Is the iQOO Z5 for you?
    If you’re looking for a value proposition that is more focused on speed and performance along with a relatively clean UI, the iQOO Z5 is a worthy consideration, even though it comes with a few cons. It is also a big improvement over the iQOO Z3.

    Among the Snapdragon 778G phones we have right now, it strikes a good balance between key elements like price, software, performance, design and camera quality. For gamers on a tight budget and power users, the iQOO Z5 is a good deal at Rs 23,990, but an even better one if you can grab the discount coupon and bank offers during the festive sales.

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  5. Teesha garg

    Performance of this phone is too good. It can easily run BGMI at 60fps. Stereo speakers are also good. Battery life is upto mark because of Snapdragon 778G. But in terms of camera it is not that good, detailings in photo is too less. I expected more clear photos as it have a 64 mp camera. Sometimes flickering issues can be noticed. Maybe iqoo will fix it with their software update.

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  6. KOUSHIK GHOSH

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     I had bought this phone on 26/07/22. As per my experience I can say that, this phone is designed for performance. This phone’s camera is very below average because my another phone which is resmi note 7s(10000rs) that’s give better quality in camera performance .
    So for camera this phone is bad option for buyers but for performance it is good.

    Pros – 1. veryfast fingerprint sensor.
    2. Games(bgmi) runs on 58-60fps constantly.
    3. Display is 4/5 .
    4. Charging takes 1.15-1.20hrs approx.
    5. Sterio quality is good.
    6. Performance is good (4.5/5).

    Cons –
    1. Speakers is not loud (3.8/5).
    2. Camera is very bad (1.5/5).
    3. Hangs a lot under 10% charge.
    4. It’s not waterproof.

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  7. Chetan C A

    Good product and good performance 👍👍👍@ by Ramesh

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  8. Shubham Singh

    The UI of Iqoo phones is NOT that good.. i mean it is operating on funtouch OS.

    Many times when you call someone, you won’t be able to hear other person or may be he won’t hear you..

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