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The "RedMagic 7 Pro" appears on the 3C database alongside its 165W power brick

The RedMagic 6S Pro. (Source: RedMagic)
The RedMagic 6S Pro. (Source: RedMagic)
RedMagic is rumored to break smartphone charging records with a new 165W standard in its 7 series. Now, a phone slated to be this flagship line's Pro variant has appeared on an official Chinese registration site ahead of its launch, in a leak that seems to confirm its new top-end charging spec.

RedMagic is a brand that often takes to launching groundbreaking specs in its new flagship phones. In 2022, this is tipped to involve an upgrade to batteries that can charge at an ultra-fast 165W rate. Now, this rumor is potentially confirmed as a device thought to be the brand's upcoming 7 Pro joins its vanilla counterpart on the 3C regulatory website.

The new listing confirms that the device comes from RedMagic's owner Nubia, and has a model number (NX709J) previously linked to the 7 Pro. It also seems to note that it will be accompanied by the same NB-A20825C charger reportedly registered alongside the 7 - which is indeed rated for profiles of up to 20V/8.25A.

In other words, it seems RedMagic may equip all of its early 2022 flagship versions with its new top-end charging tech, whereas only the 6 Pro had its predecessor's 120W speed. Therefore, the 7 and 7 Pro might be able to outstrip their predecessor in 0-100% wired charging times.

The brand has also hinted at 3 more potentially industry-leading properties for these devices, although it has yet to reveal exactly when they will be revealed.

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The 165W "RedMagic 7 Pro" is approved for sale in China. (Source: 3C via NashvilleChatter)
The 165W "RedMagic 7 Pro" is approved for sale in China. (Source: 3C via NashvilleChatter)
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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2022-01-31 (Update: 2022-02-11)