iQoo 12 Pro can pack a 5100mAh battery with 200W fast charging

The iQoo 10 Pro, launched in July last year, became the company's first smartphone to offer 200W fast charging support. It has a 4,700 mAh battery. Its successor, the iQoo 11 Pro, also offered similar battery specifications. The company also introduced 200W fast charging support this year on the iQoo 11S, which comes with a 4,600mAh battery. However, it is now being reported that the company may launch the upcoming iQoo 12 Pro with only 120W fast charging. Although the charging speed is expected to be reduced, the company could focus on packing a larger battery.

According to A post On the Chinese social platform, Weibo, a DigitalChatStation advisor reported that iQoo's parent Vivo has decided to stop supporting 200W fast charging for smartphones. The company is said to instead be working on producing smartphones with 120W or 100W fast charging speeds, but with a 6,000mAh battery.

While both the iQoo 10 Pro and iQoo 11 Pro feature 200W fast charging, the upcoming iQoo 12 Pro and iQoo 12 will According to reports Get 120W fast charging with 50W wireless charging support on the Pro version. However, the company might improve the battery capacity for both upcoming phones. According to a recent leak, the iQOO 12 may feature a 5,000mAh battery, while the Pro version is expected to pack a 5,100mAh battery.

The iQoo 12 series is expected to launch on November 7. Previous reports have speculated about the specifications and color options of the upcoming smartphones. Both phones are said to come in black, red and white color options.

In terms of battery, the iQoo 12 was earlier tipped to pack a 4,880mAh battery with 120W fast charging support. Both phones are said to be powered by Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC.

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