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iQoo 10 series should be spotted on China 3C website with 120W, 200W fast charging support



iQoo 10 series should be spotted on China 3C website with 120W, 200W fast charging support



Admin | Post Tuesday, 12 July 2022 - 12:27 PM | 1610

The iQoo 10 series has been approved on the China Compulsory Certification (3C) website, according to the latest report. The upcoming smartphone would include the iQoo 10 and iQoo 10 Pro smartphones. According to a tipster, the iQoo 10 was spotted on the China 3C website with 120W fast charging support, while the Pro variant of the smartphone was spotted with 200W fast charging. iQoo 10 would have been listed with model number V2217A, while the Pro model was listed with number V2218A.

Tipster Mukul Sharma has share on Twitter that the upcoming smartphones, iQoo 10 and iQoo 10 Pro were spotted on the China 3C website with model numbers VV2217A and VV2218A, respectively. The iQoo 10 was designed to be listed with 120W fast charging support. The Pro variant of the upcoming smartphone, slated to be listed with 200W fast charging support, is also expected to come with charging adapter with model number V200100L080-CN.

iQoo recently announced that the new iQoo 10 series smartphones will be launched in China on July 19. Upcoming handsets will benefit from the 10th generation of fast charging. The company is also expected to release an iQoo 10 Legend BMW Edition.

The Chinese smartphone maker had recently released a teaser via Chinese microblogging platform Weibo that revealed less than two colorways for upcoming smartphones. These are said to feature a similar design to iQoo 9 Pro and iQoo 7 Legend. The teaser also revealed a triple rear camera setup with 40x digital zoom support, along with a V1+ imaging chip.

The iQoo 10 series is confirmed to be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. The Pro variant is expected to feature a 6.78-inch 10-bit LTPO display with 120Hz refresh rate and 1440 x 3 resolution 200 pixels. It can be equipped with two 50-megapixel cameras and a 14.6-megapixel sensor on the back.








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