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Nubia Red Magic 6 Models Bag TENAA Certifications, Images Revealed

Earlier this month, Nubia Red Magic 6 series phones with model numbers NX669J and NX669J-P were spotted at the 3C certification platform. Now both models have received approval from the TENAA authority of China. The TENAA listings have revealed the design of both smartphones.

The NX669J and NX669J-P models may arrive in the Chinese market as the Red Magic 6 and Red Magic 6 Pro monikers. It appears that these phones have slightly thick forehead and chin on the front.

Red Magic 6 TENAA
TENAA images of Red Magic 6 (NX669J model number)

The rear appearance of the two phones is almost identical. Also, these devices look similar to the Red Magic 6S phone from last year. The vertical strip at the center seems to be housing a triple camera system.

Red Magic 6 Pro TENAA
TENAA images of Red Magic 6 Pro (NX669J-P model number)

The Red Magic branding can be seen towards the center. Towards, the right of the branding is the ‘06’ number. Unfortunately, the rear design of these phones largely differs from the leaked image that appeared in the previous month. The leaked image had revealed that the phone has a horizontal camera module and an X-shaped plate towards the center with Tencent Games branding.

The 3C certification of the NX669J model had revealed that it could be coming with a 66W charger. On the other side, the NX669J-P variant is expected to ship with a 120W charger.  

So far, it is known that the Red Magic 6 series will feature an OLED panel that offers a high refresh rate of 165Hz and a 480Hz touch sampling rate. The Snapdragon 888 mobile platform will be fueling the Red Magic 6 along with a 4,500mAh battery.  It is expected to arrive with other features such as dual centrifugal fan and dual-core cooling back. The Red Magic 6 series will be announced in China on March 4.

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