In this busy age, fast charging speed of smartphones has become one of the demands of the users. So, smartphone companies are also working to improve their charging technology. Popular smartphone maker Vivo is no exception.
Over the past few years, the company has become more and more focused on increasing the charging speed of their phones. Earlier this year, Vivo’s partner brand, ICO, launched their iQOO 9 series, and the handsets in this lineup support 120 watts fast charging speeds, and the phones are fully charged from zero to 100% in just 18 minutes. But it is thought that the company will not stop at 120 watt charging speed. One reliable tipster claims that the upcoming iQOO 10 Pro will come with 200 watts wired and 75-watt wireless fast charging support.
The fastest charging technology in iQOO 10 Pro
Tipster Digital Chat Station has shared some interesting information about the charging speed of the upcoming Ico flagship phone in a recent post on the Chinese microblogging site Weibo. According to Tipster, the Ico10 Pro will have a charging adapter with 20V / 10A support with 200 watt fast wired charging and V200100L0B0-CN model number.
Tipster also said that the handset will have 75 watt fast wireless charging support. All in all, the new Ico 10 Pro will reach the maximum speed of wired and wireless charging. As mentioned earlier, its predecessor came with 120 watt wired charging and 50-watt wireless charging.
Incidentally, the battery capacity of the iQOO 10 Pro is not yet known, but it is expected to have a capacity of 4,000 mAh, which will be 100% charged in about 10-12 minutes. However, the battery life of this phone does not seem to be long, as previous experience says, in most cases, the battery of the fast-charging phone runs out before a full day. Also, the handset is expected to have a particularly large charging adapter
Note that now that super-fast charging technology has become commonplace on smartphones thanks to smartphone brands, there are still questions about how secure it is. Devices often overheat as a result of fast charging technology, and this naturally avoids other hazards. Even with all the security measures in place, the risk remains.