iQOO 10 series to get the MOST powerful MediaTek chipset!
iQOO 10 series leaks now suggest that the phone will come with the Dimensity 9000+ chipset. Check out all the details.
iQOO 10 series rumours are all around the internet and has also spiced up interest among Indian fans, considering that there are talks of this phone coming to India as well. Previous leaks have suggested some outstanding upgrades such as a 200W charging solution and the debut the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset on a Vivo-branded phone. Even some renders have been leaked, showing a completely different design direction for the iQOO flagships. However, there's more and it could grab hold of your interest.
Based on a report from MyDrivers, it is said that the iQOO 10 series will also use the MediaTek Dimensity 9000+ chipset, which is currently the most powerful chip MediaTek sells for smartphones. Technically, the Dimensity 9000+ should offer almost the same kind of performance as the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chipset, the latter also expected to be present in the iQOO 10 series.
iQOO 10 series specs leak further
iQOO is yet to confirm any detail on the iQOO 10 series. However, the possibility of iQOO using the Dimensity 9000+ chipset is high, considering that Vivo recently launched the X80 series in global markets with the Dimensity 9000 chip.
The Dimensity 9000+ was announced merely a few days ago, promising minor improvements over the Dimensity 9000. The new chip features the same high-performance Cortex-X2 core that now goes from 3.05 GHz to 3.2 GHz, and the GPU also seen minor performance boost. Compared to the Snapdragon 888+ chip, this should offer a mega boost in performance and overall efficiency.
What remains to be seen is whether iQOO brings both the standard iQOO 10 and iQOO 10 Pro variants to India. India has always gotten the odd-numbered iQOO flagships in India and despite past rumours, we never got to see the iQOO 8 and iQOO 6 series devices. However, iQOO has been the most aggressive this year, launching more than it ever did last year by the mid-2022.