iQOO Neo3's battery specs showcased by company's official Weibo handle
Vivo-owned iQOO is all set to reveal its latest flagship offering in the form of the iQOO Neo3 tomorrow. Thanks to a slew of leaks centered around the device, we know pretty much everything about the phone. It'll be the world's second smartphone after the Nubia Red Magic 5G to come with a 144Hz screen. Now, the company's official Weibo handle has shared some tidbits about its battery prowess.
The iQOO Neo3 will reportedly ship with a 4,500mAh battery that supports wired charging at 44W. It will take only twenty minutes to charge the battery to 50%. A full charge will take just under an hour. The phone will need all the juice it can get to drive the blazing-fast 144Hz screen. It is quite puzzling as to why Vivo didn't use the iQOO 3's 55W charging tech on the phone. Ideally, a newer device improves upon its predecessors, but it seems to be the opposite for the iQOO Neo3.
It'll be interesting to see how Vivo prices the iQOO Neo3. The Chinese market already has its fair share of Snapdragon 865-powered flagships, and pricing will be critical for the phone to succeed in the region. There is no word about the phone's international release date just yet. If the phone's predecessor -the iQOO 3-is anything to go by, it will probably be released in India a few weeks after.