iQoo 5 Pro and iQoo 5
My Mobile|September 2020
BBK-owned smartphone maker iQoo has launched iQoo 5 series 5G in its home country China. The series consists of two smartphones — iQoo 5 Pro and iQoo 5.

The iQoo 5 Pro comes in two storage and RAM variants of 8GB+256GB and 12GB+256GB.

While the former is priced at CNY 4,998 (roughly Rs 53,500), the latter is priced at CNY 5,498 (roughly Rs 59,000). The company has also launched a special BMW Edition of the iQoo 5 Pro that will be available in China as a limited edition.

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