OPPO's Reno6 takes the DxOMark smartphone battery title from the iPhone 13 Pro Max
OPPO has pointed out that its Reno6 is the new leader in DxOMark's Battery Rankings for mobile devices. This smartphone - the vanilla variant of its 2021 series - has attained a total score of 96 to knock the iPhone 13 Pro Max (which had scored 89) off the top of this chart.
The device has joined others from its OEM's sister companies OnePlus and Vivo, with the Nord CE and Y72 5G respectively, in the top 5 of these rankings and has now pushed the Xiaomi 11T down to fifth place.
DxOMark cited the proprietary SuperVOOC 2.0 system that allows the Reno6 to charge at up to 65W in awarding these scores, as well as the phone's ability to last about 10 hours on a 5-minute charge, even if its battery level was 50% or less.
DxOMark also found that the Reno6 could charge by 80% in just 22 minutes, or from 0 to 100% in 35 minutes. The Reno6 also reportedly exhibited the ability to last for 2 days and 9 hours in total during the group's testing.
The 6 is also the first of its line to debut its new flat-edged design, which has been carried on in its new 7-series successors. It will now be very interesting to see how they fare when the time for their own DxOMark tests come around.