Red Magic 6 Pro Battery Capacity And Fast Charging Tech Leaked

Red Magic 6 Pro Will Be Announced On 4th Of March. Phones Will Have A Display With A 144Hz Refresh Rate & 480Hz Touch Sampling Rate

Red Magic 6 Pro Battery Capacity And Fast Charging Tech Leaked
By Habeeb Onawole

The Red Magic 6 will be announced in the first week of March. The gaming smartphone from ZTE will pack new features including an improved cooling fan. However, unlike its predecessors, it won’t be coming alone as a new leak says we will be getting a pro model. The leak has revealed the battery capacity and fast charging technology of this second model which will launch as the Red Magic 6 Pro. According to Digital Chat Station, the China-based leaker, the Red Magic 6 Pro will support 120W fast charging. While that is exciting news, what is more interesting is that its own fast charging technology is said to be faster than that of competitors, as it takes it 5 minutes to charge its 4500mAh battery to 50%. For comparison, the Mi 10 Ultra which also supports 120W fast charging charges the 4500mAh battery capacity to 41% in 5 minutes. The iQOO 5 Pro, another phone with support for 120W fast charging takes 5 minutes to charge its battery to 50% but its capacity is smaller at 4000mAh.

While ZTE’s claims are impressive, it is better to wait for real world reviews as there is a chance that it might not be as fast. For example, a review of the Mi 10 Ultra revealed the phone charges at 80W and not 120W. Thankfully, you should be able to try out the Red Magic 6 Pro’s fast charging technology once you get your hands on it as the leaker says that ZTE will include a 120W GaN fast charger in the box. The Red Magic 6 and Red Magic 6 Pro will be announced on the 4th of March. The phones will have a display with a 144Hz refresh rate and a 480Hz touch sampling rate. They will also come with the Snapdragon 888 processor. The standard model is expected to come with 66W fast charging which is not as fast as that of the pro version but incredibly faster than most phones can boast.

This news was originally published at Gizmo China