The date and time of the debut of the iQOO 10 series are announced

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It is now officially late-year Android flagship refresh season, and iQOO is expected to take its place on this grid with its upcoming 10 series. The brand has now finally acknowledged that such devices exist and will be on the market before too long. The iQOO 9 and 9 Pro series is of course expected to feature the new Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 – as well as the Dimensity 9000+, which just might power the vanilla 10 on its launch. This is not the only nearly unique edge its new line might enjoy on its launch.

A release date for the future high-end Android smartphones in the iQOO 10 series has been revealed. a fresh teaser for iQOO 10. (Source: Weibo through iQOO) a fresh teaser for iQOO 10. (Source: Weibo via iQOO.) The newest 10-series flagship Android smartphones from iQOO have now been announced to be making their appearance soon. The smartphones are rumoured to have the newest mobile SoCs, as well as the brand’s fastest charging technology to date, which was alluded to in their most recent teaser.


  • The 10 (and 10 Pro) are also projected to become 5th-gen BMW M Motorsport-branded flagships on their launch – now, iQOO has also stated (or so Google Translate thinks, at least) that they will have “the new 10th generation of flash charging” as well. This may or may not be a hint at the new, ~200W technology thought to debut in the 10 Pro, at least. However, we may now have to wait until their official reveal, now scheduled for July 19, 2022, to find out for sure.


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