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Vivo iQOO Phone’s 4,000mAh battery fully charges in just 46 minutes

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A couple of days are now left for the launch of Vivo iQOO Phone in China, and so far, we know that the device has Snapdragon 855 processor, 44W Fast Charging, 12GB RAM and more. Right now, the 55W Huawei SuperCharge is the fastest charging technology that we have on the Mate X. The iQOO Phone’s 44W Fast Charging comes next, and today, the company’s official Weibo page shared the screenshots showing the charging speed.

As you can see, the phone started charging at 18:10 and in just 16 minutes (18:26), it charged up to 50%. Then, it took just half an hour (30 minutes) to charge the 4,000mAh battery fully. This means the 44W Vivo Super FlashCharge charges the battery from 0 to 100% in just 46 minutes which is fast.

The Vivo iQOO Phone is most probably a gaming phone that will compete with Xiaomi’s upcoming Blackshark 2 and other gaming phones launching this year. The starting price is rumored to stay around 3,000 Yuan, but it’s not confirmed yet!

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