The iQOO 10 series will succeed the iQOO 9 Pro from last year. What we do not know is how Vivo intends to position these devices within its existing portfolio, although chances are high that we are looking at two flagship-grade phones. Interestingly, the iQOO 10 Pro bears the model number “V2218A” and has earlier been seen on the website of the Chinese regulatory agency 3C (via GizmoChina). Thanks to this certification, we now know that the iQOO 10 Pro will get a 200W (20V/10A) charger in the box. Both the handsets may also feature a 4550mAh battery, and could also support 65W fast charging, thereby making the phone’s wireless charging speed faster than most wired fast charging tech available on devices from Samsung and Apple.
An earlier TENAA listing revealed that the iQOO 10 Pro will feature a 6.78-inch, 120Hz AMOLED Display. At launch, the phone is also expected to run a heavily skinned version of Android 12. There are also talks about the possibility of the phone featuring an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner. Other rumored specs include a triple camera setup that uses a 50MP main camera, a 50MP ultrawide camera, and a 14.6mp telephoto camera. The iQOO 10 Pro is also rumored to get a 16MP selfie camera with the top variant of the phone may also feature up to 16GB of RAM.
As always, the iQOO 10 series will be restricted to select markets like China, India, and Vietnam. While we may never see the phone over here on this side of the world, rumors of the iQOO 10 Pro’s 200W charging certainly have us excited to see phones with similar charging capabilities make it to US shores.