iQOO 10 Will Have A Sight in the Dark

After the official announcement of the most powerful Qualcomm chip, the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1, we heard tons of statements from various smartphone makers. They all were saying that multiple phones powered by this chip are on the road. The first models will hit the stores as soon as July. Among them, we can also find the iQOO 10 series.

Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1

Earlier today, a well-known Weibo tipster revealed the latest news concerning the iQOO 10 series. He said that the phone will not only boast a 50-megapixel outsole main camera but will also use VIVO’s in-house-made V1 ISP chip.

VIVO V1 ISP Chip Advantages

In fact, the VIVO X70 Pro was the first handset to come with the V1 chip. From the experience provided by the VIVO X70 Pro, we know that it can provide NR intelligent noise reduction, MEMC intelligent frame insertion, and the power consumption reduction of related algorithms. Compared with the CPU, the energy efficiency ratio of complex computing has a theoretical improvement of 100 times. When shooting night scenes and videos, the computing efficiency is much better.

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What mobile photographers liked the most was the night shooting. For instance, it can show the effect of real-time black light night vision. In other words, users can see the effect of near-film brightness in the photo preview interface. This breaks the industry record.

By the way, the VIVO X80 debuted the improved version of the chip, namely the VIVO V1+.

iQOO 10 Features

Anyway, prior to this, we have heard some other news concerning the charging technologies of the iQOO 10 series. If nothing accidental happens, the phones will come with 200W-level fast charging support. If so, the iQOO phones will once again refresh the fast charging record in the mobile phone industry.

What’s more interesting, the company is going to put 200W charging heads into the boxes.

Also, the iQOO 10 series will use a 6.78-inch screen with a 2K resolution and a 120Hz LTPO high-refresh rate. This means we are talking about a genuine premium smartphones lineup.

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