iQOO launched the Neo7 in China last month with the Dimensity 9000+ SoC, and on December 2, the company will unveil the SE model. iQOO previously revealed that the Neo7 SE will be powered by the 4nm Dimensity 8200 chip, and now the company has confirmed the smartphone's battery capacity and charging speed to build more hype around it.
The vivo iQOO Neo7 SE will pack a dual-cell 5,000 mAh battery with support for 120W wired charging - the same as the vanilla Neo7. iQOO also said that the smartphone will charge from 1% to 60% in 10 minutes, but users may get different results since iQOO is advertising the charging time based on its tests in a controlled environment.
iQOO hasn't detailed the Neo7 SE's specs sheet yet, but it previously confirmed the smartphone will come with 5G connectivity, LPDDR5 RAM, and UFS 3.1 storage. iQOO also posted an image of the Neo7 SE, confirming the presence of a triple camera setup on the rear with OIS.
The iQOO Neo7 SE will be fully unveiled in China on December 2 at 2:30PM local time, so there's not much waiting to know all about its specs, price, and availability.
Source (in Chinese)
why obsessed with capacity so much? just declare how many hours of usage it can do in terms of standard usage pattern like web browsing and video streaming on wifi in each phone generation. battey capacity does not give proper user expeience. so we c...
Yeah but I mean check out phones with 6000 or 7000mah batteries (except gaming phones); you'll see that the other specs are trash
Yawn, everyone now stuck at 5000mAh i remember even some samsung midrangers like F62 had 7000 mAh and what happened to them now, they have some kind of hard limit at 5000 mAh for their flagship phones.