There’s no word from iQOO about the iQOO 10 series yet, but rumors claim the Pro version will come with Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, 2K LTPO display, 50MP primary camera, ultrasonic in-display fingerprint reader, 200W wired charging, and 65W wireless charging. DCS says that the vanilla model won’t come with significant upgrades over its predecessor, but there will be some improvements for a better gaming experience.
Although the iQOO 9 series has just been out for six months, that is a long time in the smartphone market, and iQOO plans to debut the iQOO 10 range next month. The information comes from reputable source Digital Chat Station, who also stated that the iQOO 10 series’ arrival in July is uncertain, meaning it might arrive sooner or later. The portfolio will include a vanilla and Pro model, although it’s uncertain if a SE edition will be included. One model of the iQOO 9 series is exclusive to India.
We should also expect a new design with the iQOO 10 series since that’s one of the highlights, and the tipster says that the iQOO 11 lineup might also be unveiled this year.