VIVO is working hard not only on its own new smartphones but on the iQOO-branded models as well. In this sense, we are waiting for the next iQOO smartphone – iQOO Neo 5 – to come on March 16. This phone will come with the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 870 SoC, a full-coverage liquid cooling system, etc. Today, iQOO released a promo poster, showing the cooling technology and gaming performance of the Neo 5 smartphone.
The manufacturer said that this phone has an ‘independent display chip’. The high-load rendering screen part is performed by the independent display, which can effectively share the SoC computing power. According to the official mobile game test, this technology can not only reduce power consumption by 45%, but also ensure that the game runs stably at a high frame rate of 90 frames.
Heat Dissipation And Other Features Of iQOO Neo 5
This phone will boast of a nearly 6000mm2 super large area graphite heat sink, which is 210% higher than that of previous products. It also sports a full-cover liquid cooling system, similar to the heat sink used in notebook computers. So it can reduce heat generation and ensures continuous high-performance output.
In terms of software optimization, the iQOO Neo 5 will support a Multi-Turbo 5.0 engine. The latter can predict abnormal stalls in advance and quickly repair them. The phone also has memory fusion function and the system’s fastest path optimization technology to ensure the gaming experience.
A few days ago, we got another poster clearly mentioning that the 66W fast charging support confirming the leaks were indeed correct. For those who’re unaware, the device was initially rumored to feature 88W wired charging. Well, the 3C listing revealed otherwise.
Interestingly, at the same time that the iQOO Neo 5 (at least, one model) will come with a dual-cell 4,400mAh battery. According to the brand, the device will go from zero to 50% in just 10 minutes while the complete charge will take around 30 minutes. The iQOO Neo 5 will also support 45W PD allowing you to charge other devices like laptops and cameras.