Recently, a mystery 5G-ready smartphone appeared in the database of the 3C authority of China. The handset featured a 120W fast charger.
Following the leak, a reputable tipster suggested that the mystery phone could break cover as the alleged iQOO 7 flagship device that rumours believe would arrive early next year.
The 3C listing shows that Vivo Mobile Communications has an upcoming smartphone in the works for the Chinese market.
The handset, which has the model number V2049A, has surfaced with a charger carrying the model number V12060L0C0-CN.
The charger accompanying the V2049A smartphone has undergone tests that shows it supports charging rate like 9V/2A, 11V/2A, 11V/3A, 20V/5A, and 20V/6A. Therefore, the upcoming V2049A handset could arrive carrying support for 120W fast charging.
However, the listing doesn’t – in any way – carry the iQOO branding, but a popular Chinese tipster claims that the handset could come as the iQOO 7.
The upcoming mystery iQOO device could debut with a 120W fast charger as this isn’t the first time an iQOO device has surfaced with the V12060L0C0-CN 120W fast charger.
In August, the Chinese firm unveiled the iQOO 5 Pro handset that arrived with support for 120W superfast charging support.
The firm claims that the iQOO 5 Pro’s 120W fast charger could charge its 4,000mAh battery fully in 15 minutes.
Further, the tipster revealed that the upcoming iQOO phone would feature the Snapdragon 888 mobile platform.
He also mentioned the upcoming iQOO 7 could house a larger battery compared to the iQOO 5 Pro.