Vivo v2314da gets 3C certification, features fast charging

Vivo's v2314da model, having received 3c certification, stands out with its 120w fast charging feature. rumors suggest it might be a variant of the iQOO z8.

Vivo v2314da gets 3C certification, features fast charging

A new addition to Vivo's smartphone lineup has recently surfaced on China's 3C certification website, drawing attention with its impressive charging capabilities. Although the official name of the phone is yet to be revealed, its model number, V2314DA, suggests a close relation to the iQOO Z8 series, specifically the V2314A model.

The most notable feature of the V2314DA, as per the listing, is its support for 120W fast charging. This matches the charging speed of the iQOO Z8, indicating that the new model could be a variant or an extension of the existing Z8 series. The iQOO Z8, launched in August 2023, is known for its 6.64-inch display with a 120Hz refresh rate, ensuring smooth visuals.

Vivo v2314da gets 3C certification, features fast charging

Under its hood, the iQOO Z8 is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 8200 processor, complemented by up to 12GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. Its efficient VC cooling chamber is specifically designed to manage heat during intense gaming sessions. The phone also boasts a large 5,000mAh battery, which benefits significantly from the 120W fast charging technology. On the software front, it runs on OriginOS 3 based on Android 13.

The camera setup of the iQOO Z8 includes a dual-camera array on the back, with a 64MP primary sensor featuring optical image stabilization, accompanied by a 2MP depth sensor. For selfies, it offers a 16MP front camera. The device is well-equipped with connectivity options like 5G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and a USB-C port.

Apart from the V2314DA, Vivo seems to have a busy schedule ahead in the Chinese market, with several rumored devices like the X100 Pro+, X Fold 3 family, X Flip 2, and Vivo Pad 3 awaiting their turn. Additionally, there's buzz about the Vivo X100s, which might stand out with a flat-screen and potentially different charging speeds, speculated to be either 80W or 120W, in contrast to the X100's 120W.