The iQOO 10 Pro uses a micro-cloud dual main camera, and the telephoto supports 40x digital zoom

iQOO officially announced that it will hold a new product launch conference at 19:30 pm on July 19th, releasing two models of iQOO 10 and iQOO 10 Pro. Today, digital blogger @Digital Chat Station broke the news about the imaging strength of iQOO 10 Pro.

The blogger said that the iQOO 10 Pro will use a 50-megapixel outsole micro-cloud platform dual main camera. At the same time, the telephoto lens of the machine has also been upgraded to support 40x digital zoom. In terms of body size, the iQOO 10 Pro 3D is also a heavyweight. Combined with the blogger's previous revelations, the iQOO 10 Pro body is 9.46 mm thick and weighs 216.2 grams.

In terms of detailed configuration, the iQOO 10 Pro will use a 6.78-inch 2K resolution 120Hz high-brush AMOLED screen, support 10bit color depth, and LTPO adaptive refresh, and use a wide-area ultrasonic screen fingerprint. In terms of imaging, the phone has a 16-megapixel front lens, and a rear three-camera with two 50-megapixel lenses and a 14.6-megapixel lens, and the phone will have Vivo's self-developed ISP image chip V1+. In terms of performance, the machine is equipped with Qualcomm's flagship processor Snapdragon 8+. Most importantly, iQOO 10 Pro uses a 10C dual-cell design, two 2275mAh batteries form a rated minimum capacity of 4550mAh, and support 200W fast charging.

For the iQOO 10 standard version, the blogger said that the upgrade is not big, and the thickness control will be slightly better. In terms of detailed configuration, the iQOO 10 Standard Edition will use a 6.78-inch FHD resolution OLED screen that supports 120Hz high brush and supports DC dimming. In terms of performance, it uses Qualcomm's recently released Snapdragon 8+ processor with 12GB of memory. The rear main camera uses a 50-megapixel camera with a 1/1.5-inch outsole and supports 120W fast charging.

On July 8, iQOO officially announced the appearance of the iQOO 10 series, which will be available in two versions, the legendary version, and the track version. Featuring a half-smooth, half-fine metamerism design.

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