iQOO Neo to launch in July 2019, comes with 22.5W Flash Charge for a 4500mAh battery
Vivo will release the iQOO Neo 5 days from today (June 27, 2019). It is projected to be a 6.38-inch display phone with 6 GB RAM and 128 Gb in internal storage. However, as it is also reported to rock the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, it should be one of the most powerful sub-premium phones around at launch.
Its maker has confirmed the latter of those specs in some official teasers. The most recent of these highlights another potential advantage of the iQOO Neo: a 4500mAh battery. This aligns somewhat with a leak from the Chinese certifiers TENAA about this device. To be exact, this documentation put the Neo's capacity at 4420mAh, its probable effective maximal charge.
This power-pack juices up using Vivo's Flash Charge technology. However, it is apparently rated for 22.5W, and not the 44W version reserved for the iQOO flagship. On the other hand, such a power-brick should reduce charging times in an appreciable enough fashion anyway. Admittedly, neither are the 120W Super Fast Flash Charge that Vivo has recently developed for its next generation of smartphones.