iQOO released two flagship phones, iQOO 10 / Pro. The iQOO 10 series debuted with 200W ultra-fast flash charging, which can be charged to 100% in as fast as 10 minutes. Today, a revealer reveals the fast charging solution of Vivo’s new phone.
The revealer @Digital Chat Station revealed that Vivo’s 200W fast charging solution will be exclusively owned by iQOO, and Vivo has already secured a 5000mAh dual-core large battery + 100W fast charging solution.
However, some flagship phones will not use the 5000mAh dual-cell large battery + 100W fast charging solution considering other configurations, which should be due to the limited internal space of the fuselage.
According to the revealer revelations earlier this month, the iQOO Neo 7, which will be released this month or next month, will be equipped with a 120W fast charge. On August 4, the revealer revealed that the new Vivo X90 series is testing 120W fast charging, and the charging head will also be upgraded.
The device is struggling to upgrade to 120W fast charging or popularize an 80W wired + 50W wireless charging solution. For reference, the Vivo X80 standard version uses a 4500mAh battery + 80W wired fast charging solution and does not support wireless charging. The Vivo X80 Pro has a built-in 4700mAh battery and supports 80W wired fast charging + 50W wireless fast charging.
On August 26, Xiaomi updated the chargers with models MDY-12-ED and 13-EU. The updated two support 17V-10.5A up to 178.5W and 20V-10.5 respectively. A Super flash charging protocol up to 210W.