The first Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 phones are on the way. They will begin launching one after another starting in July. VIVO and its sub-brand iQOO are no exception. These two will introduce their own models very soon. As for iQOO, it will uncover the iQOO 10 next month or so. As the launch date is around the corner, it’s logical that we’ve heard too much news concerning this phone. Today, some authors created the first render of the phone.
The renders show that the back of the iQOO 10 adopts a modular splicing design. We mean the camera modules in the upper half are the same, while the lower half is made of different materials or colors to form differentiation. In addition, the camera module of the iQOO 10 is smaller than that of the iQOO 9. The lines outline the whole, and the carbon fiber weave texture is very recognizable.
iQOO 10 Specs
From previous leaks, we learned that the iQOO 10 series includes at least two models, the standard version and the Pro version. Among them, the former will use a 6.78-inch FHD resolution centered single-hole OLED screen that supports a 120Hz high refresh rate and supports DC dimming. Under the hood, the phone hosts Qualcomm’s recently-released Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor accompanied by 12GB of RAM. The rear main camera uses a 50-megapixel sensor with a 1/1.5-inch outsole and supports 120W fast charging. Generally talking, the series will come with its own-developed VIVO V1 imaging chip. This chip debuted with last year’s VIVO X70 Pro flagship phone.
The iQOO 10 Pro is expected to be the first flagship model to support 200W fast charging. So the battery will get fully charged in about 12 minutes. By the way, the battery capacity of this version should be 4000mAh.