A couple of days ago, the iQOO 3 was officially released. It is the first 5G dual-mode smartphone of the iQOO brand, and it is also the first domestic market model equipped with the Snapdragon 865.
In the core configuration, iQOO 3 comes with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor, Multi-Turbo multi-turbo acceleration technology 3.0, and built-in 4440mAh battery, which supports 55W ultra-fast flash charge. The manufacturer proves that in 15 minutes, it can be charged to 50% power.
Large batteries and fast charging have always been the characteristics of the iQOO brand. The iQOO Pro released last year was equipped with a 44W super flash charge and a 4500mAh large battery. This year’s iQOO 3 is mainly upgraded in terms of charging and supports a 55W super flash charge.
IT Home has conducted a battery charging test in order to understand whether it corresponds the parameters on the paper.
The charging rate chart of iQOO 3 is as follows:
5 minutes: 16%
10 minutes: 33%
15 minutes: 46%
20 minutes: 56%
30 minutes: 77%
40 minutes: 92%
45 minutes: 96%
50 minutes: 99%
53 minutes: (100%)
In the charging test of iQOO 3, Super FlashCharge was particularly fast to charge in the early stage. It only takes 20 minutes to reach more than 50% of the power. It is enough to use the phone lightly for a whole day.
The actual measured power remains at about 45W when it is charged to about 30%.
It is worth mentioning that although the early charging is fast, the iQOO 3’s body has no heating problems. Super FlashCharge works with an FFC charging algorithm and uses a two-way discrete IC design. This achieves a faster, lower temperature rise, and better compatible charging experience.