Earlier this week, iQOO announced that it will launch the iQOO 10 series soon with the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC. And a couple of days ago, the company said the iQOO 10 series will launch on July 19 in China while giving us a glimpse of one of the smartphones in the lineup, which we now know is the iQOO 10 Pro as the company has dropped a video on its Weibo account revealing the iQOO 10 Pro’s design and key specs.
The clip shows us the iQOO 10 Pro’s black and BMW Legend Edition models, both flaunting a dual-finish design, with the top portion around the camera module having a kevlar-like design and the bottom having a leather-like finish.
The iQOO 10 Pro has a metal build, and the BMW model sports a blue-colored power button to match the BMW Motorsport’s theme. You can also see the smartphone has a USB-C port at the bottom, flanked by a speaker grille, microphone , and a SIM card slot.
Upon close inspection, you can also notice the curved screen having a centered punch hole, with the text near the cameras confirming 40x zoom and V1+ chip.
The text at the bottom-right corner in the clip confirms the rumored 200W wired charging while also confirming 120W charging for the vanilla model, which is said to have the Dimensity 9000+ SoC at the helm. You can watch the video below.
iQOO hasn’t revealed the iQOO 10’s design yet, but thanks to leaked renders, we know what the smartphone will look like.
While we await more details about the iQOO 10 series from iQOO, you can head this way to check the iQOO 10 Pro’s specs revealed by TENAA.
Source (in Chinese)