The iQOO 9T is a mid-year refresh to beat all mid-year refreshes, on paper at least. But how well does the phone fare in daily life? Find out in our full review below.
When the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip was announced offering Qualcomm’s most powerful performance without any thermal hiccups
It was a given that brands which typically focus on raw performance such as iQOO and OnePlus were going to take a bite at this.
A good phone refresh doesn’t break or change the good bits from the original, and the folks at iQOO clearly understood the assignment when designing the 9T.
The iQOO 9T also gets a metal frame and a glass sandwich design
The iQOO 9T has a brilliant display. with 120Hz panel, unfortunately, isn’t an LTPO 2.0 panel like the iQOO 9 Pro, which would allow the phone to swing between 1Hz-120Hz.
The iQOO 9T is practically rigged to perform better than most phones on the market right now.
Playing BGMI at Smooth graphics, you can also play for longer sessions without the phone getting very hot, which is a good thing for power users and gamers.
The iQOO 9T has a good set of cameras. Front camera performance was pretty average with decent details and fairly accurate skin tones.
The iQOO 9T’s 4,700mAh battery can last a whole day with ease with moderate to heavy use.