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    IQOO 10 Pro: the new vivo smartphone is able to fully charge in 10 minutes

    Even though this is an Android smartphone, the charging technology associated with the current flagship IQOO 10 Pro is certainly worth a look. The new system is expected to fully charge the battery in just ten minutes.

    Keep in mind that the battery of the IQOO 10 Pro, developed by BMW Motorsport, is by no means low-capacity. With its 4700 mAh, it is even more powerful than the largest smartphone battery currently installed by Apple in the iPhone 13 Pro Max (4350 mAh).

    The smartphone owes its impressive feature to vivo’s new “200W super-fast charging feature”, which the manufacturer says is also the first commercial fast charging feature with this level of performance. In order for the device to really charge in just ten minutes, of course, optimal conditions are necessary. According to the company, this value was determined at a temperature of 25 degrees Celsius, while all mobile services and features were disabled, with the exception of calls.

    Combined with new fast charging technology, vivo also relies on the latest battery technology and intelligent charging system. Based on this, the manufacturer wants to ensure that the battery capacity remains above 80% even after 1600 charge cycles.

    IQOO 10 Pro Specifications

    Vivo does not yet distribute its IQOO smartphones in Europe and Russia. There are no official plans for the release of the new IQOO 10 Pro either. At least the manufacturer is not talking about a complete failure of sales. The price of IQOO 10 Pro, which is currently only available in China, ranges from €700 to €900, depending on the memory configuration – 256 or 512 GB.

    Dimensions: 164.91 x 75.5 x 9.49mm
    Screen: 6.78″ AMOLED HDR10/10+
    Weight: 215.4g (black) / 216.2g (Legend Edition)
    Processor: Qualcomm SnapdragonTM 8 Plus Gen 1 – 4 nm
    RAM: 12GB LPDDR5
    Cameras: 50 MP triple rear + 16 MP front

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