Vivo iQOO Neo 855 officially comes with 33W fast-charging. The Chinese smartphone company Vivo revealed its gaming lineup of the iQOO series. First of all, it was the Snapdragon 855 chipset iQOO that was finally upgraded as Snapdragon 855+ with a new name-iQOO Pro. With a Snapdragon 845, there was a more affordable variant called iQOO Neo, and this device also got a successor called Vivo iQOO Neo 855.
Vivo iQOO Neo 855 officially comes with 33W fast-charging
The name obviously indicates that the chipset is the update-Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 855 model. It comes with quicker charging – the Neo can now hit 33W instead of 22.5W, which should fill the 4,500 mAh battery 30% faster than the initial Neo.
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Otherwise, the phone is almost the same-a 6.38 “Super AMOLED panel with waterdrop notch and UD fingerprint scanner, three cameras on the back and the same Funtouch 9 interface, based on Android Pie. Since the Neo 855 iQOO is a gaming smartphone, several app boosters are available to get the most out of the hardware-they are called Game Magic Box + Game Space 2.5.
There is also a liquid cooling system that provides a thin long tube of real internal water and a thermal management capability of Cooling Turbo that “efficiently dissipates” heat throughout the unit, and the CPU and GPU can work in high frequencies uninterrupted.
Offered in three colours (Purple, Aurora White, Black), the iQOO Neo 855 has four prices tags-starting with CNY1,998 ($280/€255) for a version of 6/64 GB (the only one with a UFS 2.1 memory chip, all the others being UFS 3.0) and going up to CNY2,698 ($380/€340) for an option of 8/256 GB.
The phone can be pre-ordered until October 31-after that, delivery will start and appear in retail stores.