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Honor Magic6 Lite battery life test

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We just received the Honor Magic 6 Lite a couple of days ago – it’s a €400 mid-ranger with a 6.78” 1220p-class display (10-bit, 120Hz) and 108MP main camera. While the review is in progress, we wanted to share our findings about the battery life.

The Magic6 Lite has a 5,300mAh battery with support for 35W fast charging. It is powered by a Snapdragon 6 Gen 1, a 4nm chip from 2022 (built on Samsung’s 4LPE node). For comparison, the Magic5 Lite had a 5,100mAh battery (40W charging), Snapdragon 695 and a 6.67” 1080p-class display.

With an Active Use score of 13:08, the Honor Magic6 Lite places pretty high on the charts for a mid-ranger. It surpasses the likes of a Moto Edge 40 Neo and Galaxy A54 (both with 5,000mAh batteries) and is on par with an iPhone 15 (3,349mAh).

If there’s one area that’s concerning, it’s gaming – that 6:33 is on the lower end of the scale. This is the first Snapdragon 6 Gen 1 phone that we review, so we’re curious to see what the Adreno 710 GPU has to offer. However, pairing it with a higher than FHD+ screen may have hurt the endurance.

Right now, HiHonor.com is selling the Magic6 Lite for €400 for an 8/256GB unit. It comes only with a USB-C cable, but in Germany you can get a 66W SuperCharge adapter for €1 (normally worth €30) – more than the phone needs, but you can use it for other gadgets including laptops. You also get Honor Earbuds X5 and a screen protector for free. Note that the offer in the UK is a bit different and you can have a 22.5W charger for £3 or the 66W one for £9 (worth £18 and £25, respectively).

Honor Magic6 Lite

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