The identity of the smartphone manufacturer has not been bared by the tipper. Vivo and iQoo may be left behind if Chinese OEM is testing a 240W bowl. The iQoo 10 Pro, which would be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, was lately rumoured to be in development. There are rumours that this phone will support 200W stressed charging.
- The following Vivo flagship model might include a 200W bowl.
- Vivo lately released the 80W quick charging Vivo X80 Pro.
- Also, the iQoo 10 Pro may offer wireless charging at over to 60W.
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The iQoo 10 Pro, which will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, was lately rumoured to be in development. There are rumours that this phone will offer 200W wired charging. It’s also possible that Vivo is working on a new flagship model that will allow string charging at 200W.
Now, a well-known bookmaker speculates that a Chinese OEM may have formerly abandoned these cell phones. Although the manufacturer’s identity has not been made public, the tip indicates that the bowl has formerly entered the trial- product stage.
A 240W( 24V/ 10A) bowl is reportedly being trial-produced by an unidentified Chinese OEM, according to a post handed by bookmaker Digital Chat Station.
The snitch has earlier suspected that Vivo would be developing a new flagship model that supports 200W fast charging. According to reports, this device is backwards compatible with 120W, 80W, and 66W charging pets as well as 20V/ 10A fast charging.
The( Vivo X80) series of flagship smartphones was just released by Vivo. With a,700 mAh battery and comity for 80W fast charging, the top-league Vivo X80 Pro is equipped. iQoo) is a different smartphone maker trying to achieve coming-generation charging pets?
According to a former source, the business is working on the iQoo 10 Pro, which would replace the iQoo 9 Pro, which was introduced in India in February of this time.
This phone is rumoured to enable 50W or 60W wireless charging in addition to 200W rapid-fire charging. Under the hood, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC is anticipated. This time, between July and September, iQoo plans to release this handset.