One of the prevalent issues with smartphones especially in the gaming community is the touch lag. It is a phenomenon where the game controller lags a bit when a user drags it resulting in a tad bit delay in the operation. However, Vivo iQOO Neo has something to offer just that and mark the calendar as Vivo has officially marked July 2nd as the date when it will release the much-touted Vivo iQOO Neo in Chengdu, China.
The upcoming iQOO Neo features last-years top-notched Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 octa-core chipset which has been recently succeeded by the new Snapdragon 855. The reason being SD845 is still a high-end processor and can bring down the price tag of a smartphone drastically something which we have already seen with Xiaomi POCO F1 last year.
iQOO Neo’s product manager posted a short video on the Chinese social networking platform Weibo which explains about the enhanced feature. The video shows how a user drags the controller in a game on iQOO Neo compared to another phone with just SD845. The iQOO Neo uses zero-lag touch acceleration where the Chinese manufacturer has improved the touch screen firmware algorithm to the underlying framework.
In layman’s term, the optimized SD845 with zero-lag touch acceleration adjust the priority of the resources in use, releases resources if required and enhances the touch response speed drastically while drifting closer to “0 error”. This could make a lot of difference for players whilst playing intensive games like Fortnite or PUBG Mobile, or Apex Legends, or others which are in a rage without compromising over the resources that would power its other hardware components such as the screen as pointed by GSMArena.
Mark the date i.e. July 2nd (Tuesday) when Vivo will unveil the upcoming iQOO Neo so stay tuned to catch more action here on TechTantrum.