The first smartphone with 200W wireless charging – iQOO 10 Pro and the Vivo technologies it brings to the package

Vivo sent a statement related to the launch of the world's first smartphone with 200W charging – iQOO 10 Pro, from here I conclude that we could also have a local debut for this phone. It would be the first time that a device from the iQOO series reaches the official channel.
🟦6.78-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 3200 x 1440 pixels, brightness of up to 1500 nits in peak, refresh rate of up to 120Hz, response rate of up to 300 Hz, protected with SCHOTT Xensation Up glass;

🟦Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 processor developed on 4nm, 12 GB LPDDR5 RAM memory, 256 / 512 GB UFS 3.1 storage

🟦OriginOS developed on Android 12;

🟦dual-sim, 5G, Wi-Fi a/b/g/n/ac/ax, bluetooth 5.3, 2.4 / 5 GHz MIMO, stereo speakers, NFC, USB Type-C 2.0, localization via A-GPS / GPS / GALILEO / GLONASS / BDS / QZSS, infrared port, ultrasonic fingerprint reader integrated into the screen;

🟦50 Megapixel wide with f/1.88, gimbal stabilizer – 23 mm equivalent, 14.6 Megapixel tele with 3x optical zoom and OIS – 69mm equivalent, 50 Megapixel ultrawide with f/2.27 – 15 mm equivalent, shoots up to 8K at 30 fps ;

🟦16 Megapixel front camera with f/2.45 – 27mm equivalent;

🟦4700 mAh battery with 200W wired charging (from 1 – 100% in 10 minutes), 50W wireless charging, 215.4 gr. in the black version and 216.2 gr. in the Legend edition, dimensions of 164.91 x 75.5 x 9.49 mm.
It is stated at some point in the release that it is a gaming smartphone designed specifically for the APAC (Asia-Pacific) area. We will also find it in Romania, but brought on the gray or black channel, not on the official channel. Plus there is the option of being bought from China (no local software support, 1 year warranty and made in a more complicated way etc). 

Charging at 200W was possible because Vivo brought 10 innovations to the battery: new electrolyte, 3-way charging pump chip, new battery separator, new way of arrangement, application of a new thermo-conductive type gel, circuit of new protection, battery maintenance algorithm. Vivo claims that the battery retains 80% of its capacity even after 1600 charge cycles .

I looked at its specifications and noticed that Vivo compared to other companies on dedicated gaming series allocated an amount of the technologies implemented on the Vivo X80 Pro. They also put a price on how the phone does in terms of camera and video, not just how well it does in extended gaming sessions etc.

Among the technologies I would remember would be the V1+ chip for image processing, the camera system with gimbal stabilizer, even the screen seems to me to be identical.

They collaborated with BMW, and the white model is reminiscent of the famous German car manufacturer. It's a pity that iQOO is not brought to our country. It would compete with other gaming smartphones, ASUS' ROG Phone 6 being one example.