The Honor Magic6 series could be closer to an announcement than we expected. The latest in a series of stories about the Magic6 is a certification with the Chinese 3C authority, which usually signifies a coming unveil.
The certification lists the Magic6 as BVL-AN00 and details its charger - an HN-110600C00 and HW-110600C02 adapter capable of a 66W (11V/6A) maximum charging speed. It can also deliver 10W and 40W. That's the same output as the adapter that ships with the Honor Magic5 Pro (pictured below).
Some reports have suggested the Magic6 would bump the speed to 80W but it either isn't happening, or it will be speed-locked only to a potential Magic6 Pro, while the regular Magic6 would be 66W.
We know the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 will be the chip of the Magic6 series, and that the main camera will use a 1/1.3" OV50K stacked sensor, while the telephoto will be a 160MP periscope.
Magic 5 pro had issues with throttling and limiting 4k video to 15 minutes. If 6 pro can fix those issues with delivering great screen, cameras comparable other 2023-2024 flagships that is gonna be hell of a phone! For me to buy it there ne...
so much important because my life depends on fast charging I need the fastest charging ever my life is based all around fast charging
Yup, 50/60W should be about perfect. And it's time for Apple to make a move as well