iQoo 11 5G Review in 10 points


The iQOO 11 has a 6.78" E6 AMOLED panel with a 2K display resolution and 144Hz HRR. Since it is a LTPO panel it offers variable refresh rate. It can reach a peak brightness of 1800 nits (HDR) and the result of all this is a very crisp yet vibrant viewing experience.

Rear Camera

iQOO 11 does not compromise on cameras and offers a 50MP primary camera paired with 13MP telephoto lens and an 8MP ultra-wide shooter. The autofocus is snappy and shutter speeds are quick. Apart from the colours appearing saturated, it is a decent camera overall.

Front Camera

The 16MP selfie shooter is also impressive as it clicks highly detailed images with oodles of facial detailing and measured skin tones.


iQOO 11 is currently the fastest Android phone on the planet. Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2, it can handle any and every CPU-heavy task. To top all that off, the handset uses 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM with an additional 8GB available as virtual memory.


The iQOO 11 runs on FuntouchOS 13 based on Android 13. The UI has become more streamlined and is easier to navigate. As far as bloatware goes, you still get the occasional Vivo-branded apps but that's about it. In fact, the experience has a lot of semblance with current stock Android skins like Motorola's MyUX


Inside the device is a 5,000mAh cell that has the capability of lasting easily for more than a day when fully charged. We got about 6 hours of screen-on time with the resolution capped at 2K along with 120Hz refresh rate. This also included an hour of CoD: Mobile, a few episodes of Netflix's Kaleidoscope along with some light social media browsing.

Charging Speed

Like several devices in the flagship space, the iQOO 11 also has fast charging capabilities that can juice up the phone at 120W. In our testing, it took about 20 minutes to completely fill up the battery from 0 – 100 percent.

Extra Features


Gorilla Glass Victus protection on the screen -> 4,013mm² Vapour Chamber Cooling -> Stereo Speakers -> In-Display Fingerprint Sensor

Editors rating: 4/5 Cons

> Telephoto sensor could be better

> Could use LTPO 2.0 > Excellent performance > Capable display > Superfast 120W charging speeds > Decent cameras Pros