iQOO 10 and 10 Pro power their ways into your heart?


Two hundred Watts – 200W! The advertisement of the new iQOO 10 series brought the first mobile phone to push that important power over a USB- C string and into its battery, which can be completely charged in 10 twinkles.

This is with a,700 mAh battery on the Pro model and is an emotional technological feat. Compared to the iQOO 9 Pro( which had the same capacity), the full charge is doubly as fast( 10vs. 20 twinkles). Is that a meaningful change or are we forcefully in “ dwindling returns ” home? And how do you feel about the new iQOOs in general – that’s the content of this week’s bean.
The iQOO 10 Pro expands on the 9 Pro. It upgrades to the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1( from the original 8 Gen 1) and uses an LTPO3 display panel(vs. LTPO2), though the other crucial specs are the same –6.78 ” slant, QHD resolution, 120Hz refresh rate and HDR10 support. Some protections feel to have been removed,e.g. the old display had “ Panda Glass ”, but no glass brand is listed for the new bone. The 9- series phone was also dust and splash-resistant, this bone makes no similar claims.

Besides the new charging system and chipset there are really only minor differences. For illustration, the blowup camera increased its focal length to 69 mm( over from 60 mm, so 3x exaggeration rather of 2.5 x), but that dropped the resolution to14.6 MP( down from 16MP). There isn’t much further to it.
The iQOO 10 Pro is launching in China coming week, starting at a price of CNY 5,000($ 740/€ 725/ ₹,300) for the 8/ 256 GB model. That’s the same launch price as the iQOO 9 Pro, so we anticipate the price of the new model in India( which is yet to be verified) to be in the same ballpark- ₹ 65,000( conceivably with a change to base memory capacity).

still, what differently can you buy rather?
If you’re in its region.The vivo X80 Pro costs ₹ 80,000( 12/ 256 GB) or CNY 5,500( 8/ 256 GB). It uses the original 8 Gen 1( there are performances with the Dimensity 9000 too), also has a 6.78 ” LTPO3 QHD AMOLED display, a 50MP main camera with a larger detector(1/1.3 ”), a 5x periscope( 8MP) and 2x tele modules( 12MP), plus a 48MP ultra-wide that’s not all that wide( 114 °). The 4,700 mAh battery takes nearly four times as long, 38 minutes, to charge using an 80W appendage.

still, you can also look at the Xiaomi 12S Pro at CNY 6, 000( 8/ 256 GB), If you’re in China. That bone does have the new 8 Gen 1, but its claim to fame is the massive 1 ” 50MP main detector. The other cameras are worth a look too, including a 5x periscope with a 48MP detector and a 48MP ultra-wide( 128 °). Charging is slow, at least compared to the iQOOs, the 4,860 mAh battery goes to 100% in 41  minutes ( 67W).
Still, you may have to stay on the launch of the Xiaomi 12S Pro, which goes for CNY 5,000 If you’re outside of China. The 12S Pro has the same 6.73 ” LTPO QHD AMOLED display as the Ultra and the same 8 Gen 1 chipset. The main camera isn’t bad by any means with a 50MP1/1.28 ” detector, the 50MP 2x blowup and 50MP 115 ° ultra-wide are less emotional. This bone does charge presto, however, its, 6000 mAh battery does 120W so 0-100% takes 19 minutes.

The Vivo proudly bears its ZEISS emblem on the reverse, the Xiaomi’s are in the Leica camp. And iQOO? Well, you can have the BMW M branding on the reverse – great buses, but they don’t know important about cameras.
The Nubia Red Magic 7S Pro is a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 powered mobile phone from this month. It stands out with an active cooling addict that not only offers stable performance during gaming, but it also helps cool the charging system –5,000 mAh battery with 135W charging, 0-100% in 15 minutes. This model has a 6.8 ” FHDnon-LTPO AMOLED display and the camera is nothing to write home about. Well, except for the under-display selfie camera. The 7S Pro launched in China at CNY 5,200 and is coming to the transnational request soon.

Time to vote – who wants an iQOO 10 Pro?

Moving over to the vanilla iQOO 10, it’s a cost-reduced interpretation of the Pro. It still uses the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset, still has a 6.78 ” AMOLED display – though anon-LTPO FHD panel without HDR. Now come the more important cuts.
The main 50MP(1/1.57 ”,1.0 µm) camera loses the gimbal stabilization in favor of a traditional OIS. Also, the blowup is a bog standard 12MP 2x unit, the 50MP 150 ° ultra-wide is shifted for a regular 13MP 120 ° module.

The battery capacity is the same,700 mAh and the charge speed is 120W, the same as the 9 Pro. With some optimizations, the % time is 19 minutes, so still around doubly as slow as the Pro. However, of course, If you can call 19 twinkles “ slow ”. Note that this model needs remote charging.
The iQOO 10 is also launching in China coming week at a base price of CNY 3,700($ 550/€ 535/ ₹,000) for the 8/ 128 GB unit. The iQOO 9 noway made its way to India, at least not the smartphone from China with that name – the iQOO 9 and 9 SE in India are different models. There’s a bruited iQOO 9T, which is near to the mark. In other words, we don’t anticipate to see this interpretation of the iQOO 10 outside of China.

But if you could get an iQOO 10, will you?

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