Realme 6 and Redmi Note 9 Pro are two very similar smartphones. They have not only very similar parameters, but also an identical (in the Indian market) price. Therefore, it was these two smartphones that were compared in terms of charging speed, adding to them for interest the Poco X2, which is slightly more expensive and is distinguished by the presence of a 120-hertz screen.
First, recall that Realme 6 has a battery capacity of 4300 mAh and supports 30-watt charging, Redmi Note 9 Pro has a battery capacity of 5020 mAh and 18-watt charging, and for Poco X2, which is a copy of Redmi K30, the corresponding the indicators are 4500 mAh and 27 W. As you can see, in five and a half minutes Realme 6 scored 12%, Poco X2 – 10%, and Redmi Note 9 Pro – only 6%. After 20 minutes in the same order, the figures were 46%, 38% and 21%, after 40 minutes – 84%, 70% and 41%. As a result, Realme 6 was charged at 100% in 55 minutes, Poco X2 – in 64 minutes and Redmi Note 9 Pro in two hours. And if the first two results are encouraging, then the situation with the new Redmi is unlikely to appeal to potential buyers.