iQOO 10 BMW edition leaked renders show the phone’s rear design with a fresh new livery. Take a look.
iQOO and its BMW edition smartphones have always caught eyeballs and their upcoming one is set to take the appeal up a notch. The iQOO 10 series has been in the rumour belt for a while, leaving all its core features and even the design. We know that there will be two models , both having either the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 or the MediaTek Dimensity 9000+ chipsets. The phones might even debut a faster 200W wired charging solution. The leaked designs have already given us a fair idea of what to expect from these phones. However, now the iQOO 10 BMW edition has leaked and this looks unlike any other phone we have seen so far.
iQOO has taken a fresh approach with the design of the phone and gone for a completely different look, as seen in this leaked image obtained from Weibo. The BMW M stripes are still there (that’s what makes it a BMW edition phone) but they now run horizontally instead of vertically. The stripes are subtle but they have an overall striking presence that is hard to match.
iQOO 10 BMW edition leaks
In the black-white combo, the phone is highly reminiscent of the Google Pixel 2 XL, despite the BMW stripes present. Majority of the top half is dominated by this black rectangle that hides the massive camera hump, while the rest of it is white. There is no BMW logo or branding anywhere on the phone.
iQOO has been repeatedly doing a BMW edition of its flagships. It all started with the iQOO 5 in China that got it first. It was the iQOO 7 Legend that brought the BMW edition phones to the Indian shores. This year, the iQOO 9 and iQOO 9 Pro also got the BMW edition models in India. With rumours of the iQOO 10 coming to India as well, we could expect the tradition to continue.
The iQOO 10 and iQOO 10 Pro are expected to replace the iQOO 9 and iQOO 9 Pro in global markets. The slightly more powerful but highly efficient Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 should be present under the hood, while the Dimensity 9000+ could also grace the standard model. The phones are also expected to offer a 200W charging solution.