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Sagar 29 June 2023
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The nubia Red Magic 8S Pro will be launched in China on July 5, and the company recently revealed its design and announced the smartphone would have up to 24GB RAM and Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 SoC at the helm with its prime core clocked at up to 3.36GHz. Now, the company has revealed some details about the Red Magic 8S Pro’s battery capacity and charging speed.
Like the nubia Red Magic 8 Pro, the Red Magic 8S Pro will pack a 6,000 mAh battery, but it will have 165W wired charging support – that’s more than twice the wattage for the Red Magic 8 Pro’s Chinese model that goes up to 80W (international version supports 65W charging).
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nubia Red Magic 8S Pro’s battery size and charging speed confirmed
While nubia hasn’t advertised the time taken for a full charge, the Red Magic 8S Pro’s battery might not go from flat to 100% in half the time taken by the Red Magic 8 Pro because it supports 165W charging instead of 80W.
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The launch is less than a week away, but you can expect nubia to reveal a few more features of the Red Magic 8S Pro in the lead-up to the event to build more hype around it.
Source (in Chinese) | Via
People that have used this phone said that the main camera is decent, though can't deny that 8mp+2mp camera are bad.
This isn't their 1st phone to have 6000mah, RedMagic 8 Pro from early this year already have 6000mah.
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