As in the past, the new generation of iQOO digital product line is still composed of iQOO 10 Pro and iQOO 10 dual machines.
The overall design language of the two new phones is similar, and they both pursue different textures on the back cover by splicing. But different from the combination of plain leather and glass on the Pro model, the upper and lower parts of the back of iQOO 10 are all glass, the difference is that one is bright and the other is matte AG. The weight of the device is about 206g, and the color matching is inherited from the previous generation.
The iQOO 10 is equipped with a 6.78-inch FHD flat E5 AMOLED with an optional update rate of 60Hz, 90Hz or 120Hz, and supports under-screen photoelectric fingerprint recognition. It is equipped with speakers with cavity sizes of 0.53cc and 0.92cc on the upper and lower sides. At the same time, it has built-in dual X-axis linear motors and under-screen dual pressure sensing to enhance the control experience when holding the game horizontally.
Like the Pro model, the iQOO 10 is also equipped with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 processor and the same Vivo-developed V1+ image chip of the X80 Pro , and has a VC soaking plate and a graphite sheet to assist in heat dissipation. Its battery is also 4,700mAh, but “only” supports 120W wired charging, which is still a certain gap with the 200W Pro.
As for the shooting hardware, iQOO 10 completely inherits from iQOO 9. A 16MP selfie camera is hidden in the hole in the center of the screen, and the rear triple camera consists of a 50MP wide-angle main camera (Samsung GN5 photoreceptor with optical shock resistance), a 13MP ultra-wide-angle (Samsung 3L6) and a 12MP 2X portrait camera (Sony IMX663) composition. The phone will be divided into 8+128, 8+256, 12+256 and 12+512 models, with corresponding prices of RMB 3,699, 3,999, 4,299 and 4,600 respectively, and will be available for pre-sale in mainland China from now on.