Today, iQOO officially released the 120W ultra-fast flash charging technology at a technical communication meeting. It showed the charging speed on an upcoming phone (iQOO Pro 3) and announced that the phone had been entered mass production. IQOO’s 120W flash charging may be officially unveiled in August.
The officials also claimed that this product is based on the world’s first 6C cell and array-type structure design.
The 6C represents the charging and discharging rate. The machine supports charge and discharge at six times the current of the battery (2000 mAh), and the current mass production solution in the industry supports only 3C. The new charger can charge 50% of the battery in 5 minutes and fill the entire in 15 minutes while the company didn’t mention the battery capacity.
For preventing heating issues and achieving stability, IQOO converts 20V×6A to 10V×12A through custom batteries (MPW array pole structure) and charging chips to reach 120W charging power, with a conversion rate of 98.5%.
The charger also supports the temperature controlling feature, which reduces heat generation on your phones. Moreover, the IQOO has increased graphite heat dissipation film, improved superconducting VC liquid cooling (heat dissipation) system, high thermal conductivity gel, and other methods for achieving the 120W fast charging, which reduces heat and improves stability.