The first sub-brand announced by Vivo iQOO will launch the first smartphone on March 1st. The company has already confirmed some of its features. One of them is the fast charging of 44 W. In addition, some instant filtered online photos show that this charging technology fully charges the phone in less than 50 minutes.
These snapshots show the battery life of the vivo iQOO smartphone between 1 and 100% in 46 minutes. It charges up to 50% in 16 minutes, but it takes almost twice as long to go from 50% to 100%. Well, this is the natural behavior of most rapid charging technologies, as they aim to quickly recharge the battery and then slow the charging speed to prevent damage.
The snapshots revealed further show that this 44 W fast charging technology is referred to as the “vivo Super FlashCharge” or perhaps the Super FlashCharge.
Two days ago, the vivo iQOO smartphone with model numbers V1824BA and V1824A appeared on TENAA. The TENAA list did not contain the pictures of the phone, but revealed all the specifications. The smartphone with the V1824BA model number has now been released on Geekbench with Snapdragon 855 SoC, 6GB of RAM and Android Pie.
The smartphone scored 3,479 and 11,184 points respectively in the Geekbench single and multi-core tests.
iQOO has already confirmed that this smartphone is equipped with Snapdragon 855 SoC with 12GB of RAM. It will display a Super HDR screen and have 256 GB of storage. The smartphone comes with a 4000 mAh battery powered by a Type C USB port.
The other specifications not disclosed by iQOO were announced by TENAA. These include a 6.41 inch Full HD + AMOLED display and an integrated fingerprint scanner.
The smartphone has a triple camera with 13 MP, 12 MP and 2 MP on the back. It also has a 12 megapixel camera for selfies and video calls. However, it is difficult to know whether it is an elevator camera, a video camera or just a video camera. ordinary camera is in a notch.
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