Vivo introduced iQOO Pro - the cheapest flagship with 5G and Snapdragon 855 Plus

Vivo introduced a new smartphone of its sub-brand in China - Vivo iQOO Pro. It was released in two versions:

with and without 5G support.


Vivo iQOO Pro clearly claims to be a gamingsmartphone (like its “parent” Vivo iQOO): on the back panel there was the inscription >>>> Monster Inside <<<<, which is illuminated, has Monster Touch keys on the side for control during games. There is also a Hi-Fi audio chip for high-quality sound and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

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The smartphone is protected from overheating by a carbon fiber liquid cooling system.

91.7% of the front panel is occupied by a 6.41-inch Super AMOLED display with Full HD+ resolution (2340×1080 pixels), and this is far from the maximum figure: the frames around the screen could have been thinner.

A drop-shaped cutout was made for the front camera, and a fingerprint scanner is built into the screen.

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What's inside

The Vivo iQOO Pro is based on the top-end Snapdragon 855 Plus processor coupled with 8/12 GB of RAM and 128/256 GB of storage.

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Battery capacity is 4500 mAh, and in bothversions, that is, they did not cut the battery due to 5G. It supports 44W fast charging, which charges the battery from 0% to 100% in 50 minutes. We haven’t forgotten about NFC.

In total, the smartphone has 12 antennas, six of which are designed to improve 5G signal reception.


The front camera here is 12 megapixel(f/2.0), the main one is triple: main 48 MP Sony IMX582 sensor (f/1.79), 13 MP wide-angle camera (f/2.2) and additional 2 MP sensor (f/2.4) .

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Regular versions (without 5G) were rated at:

  • 8/128 GB - $451
  • 12/128 GB - $494

For versions with 5G you will have to pay:

  • 8/128 GB - $535
  • 8/256 GB - $564
  • 12/128 GB - $578

As a result, we get the cheapest flagship with 5G support. Sales start on September 2.

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