Ni Fei, President of ZTE’s Terminal Business Unit and President of Nubia Technology Co., Ltd., revealed today that Tencent Red Magic Gaming Phone 6 will support 120W fast charging. Moreover, this handset will come with a standard 120W gallium nitride charger and a 4500mAh dual-cell battery solution. The latter will charge from 0% to 50% in 5 minutes.
In addition, the machine has an excellent heat dissipation system. The heat dissipation combination + fast-charging graphite + high dynamic electrolyte + high-strength diaphragm and a full-lug structure design can effectively control heat generation and safety issues.
The new Red Magic Gaming Phone 6 will provide two versions of the standard version and the Pro version. Although it integrates the classic ‘X’ elements, it will undergo huge changes compared to the previous generation. The rear camera module also uses a new ‘Tencent Game’ logo.
The previous promo poster indicated that the Tencent Red Magic Gaming Phone 6 will sport a Snapdragon 888 chip, supplemented by 8GB of memory and Android 11 operating system. Prior to this, it appeared on GeekBench. The single-core score is 1004 points, and the multi-core score is 3306 points. The results are not bad, and the final release version should have improved.
Apart from this, yesterday, the same Nubia executive stated that the Red Magic Gaming Phone 6 will have four new technologies. From the poster, we can see that these four technologies are related to the screen, charging, touch control and fan.
The company has officially announced that the Tencent Red Magic Gaming Phone 6 will be released on March 4.
Cooperation Between Tencent And Red Magic
Red Magic and Tencent have formed many mobile gaming research centers. These places will be staffed with members of both companies and will work to develop new gaming technologies. It will bring advancements in both the hardware and software fronts. The list of compatible games offering the best of performance for the Red Magic 6 will only grow.
Interestingly, besides the Black Sharks, Asus ROG Phones also featured SolarCore from Tencent in the past. For now, it’s unclear whether Tencent and Red Magic signed an exclusivity deal or the latter will be able to keep partnering with the other gaming phone providers.