Chinese OEM Reportedly Testing 240W Charger, Could Leave Vivo, iQoo Behind: The iQoo 10 Pro, powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, was recently rumored to be in development. There are rumors that this phone will offer 200W wired charging.
It’s also possible that Vivo is working on a new flagship model that will allow cable charging at 200W. A well-known source speculates that a Chinese OEM may have already abandoned these cellphones.
Although the manufacturer’s identity has not been made public, the tip indicates that the charger has already entered the trial-production stage.
According to a post posted by tipster Digital Chat Station, an unidentified Chinese OEM is trial-producing a 240W (24V / 10A) charger. According to a prior report from the source, Vivo may be developing a new flagship smartphone that supports 200W fast charging.
According to reports, this device is backward compatible with 120W, 80W, and 66W charging speeds and 20V / 10A rapid charging. Vivo just released the [Vivo X80] series of flagship smartphones. A 4,700mAh battery that supports 80W fast charging is included in the top-tier Vivo X80 Pro.
[iQoo] is a different smartphone maker attempting to achieve next-generation charging speeds. According to a previous source, the business is working on the iQoo 10 Pro, which would replace the iQoo 9 Pro introduced in India in February of this year.
This phone enables 50W or 60W wireless charging in addition to 200W rapid charging. Under the hood, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC is anticipated. Between July and September, iQoo is anticipated to release this handset this year.