Energy Ring battery indicator adds support for OPPO Find X2 Pro, Huawei P40 Pro, POCO X2, Redmi Note 9, and more

Energy Ring battery indicator adds support for OPPO Find X2 Pro, Huawei P40 Pro, POCO X2, Redmi Note 9, and more

The hole-punch camera cutout is one of those display design elements that has seen widespread adoption among smartphone makers in the last year. If you’re not a fan of mechanical pop-up cameras or notches, the hole-punch cutout layout is indeed a viable alternative. You can even utilize the space around the camera hole(s) as a battery indicator on some phones using a third-party app named Energy Ring.

Energy Ring animation

This nifty tool is the brainchild of XDA Recognized Developer jagan2. Since our last article, the developer has added support for several new devices from different OEMs. The list includes the “Pro Max” as well as the regular variant of the Redmi Note 9, almost the entire Redmi K30 lineup, and a handful of Samsung Galaxy smartphones. The Galaxy Note 10 Lite is supported too, albeit you have to use a different version of the app (package name “”) than the generic one (package name “”). Following the footsteps of the Realme 6 and the Huawei P40 Lite, their “Pro” counterparts, i.e. the Realme 6 Pro and the Huawei P40 Pro, are now supported by the Energy Ring app as well.


Below you can find all the new devices and the device-specific feedback threads.

Sr. No. Device and XDA Forum Link Enery Ring Discussion Thread
1. Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Lite Click here
2. Samsung Galaxy M40 Click here
3. Samsung Galaxy A60
4. OPPO Find X2 Pro Click here
5. Vivo Z1 Pro Click here
6. POCO X2/Redmi K30 4G Click here
7. Redmi K30 5G/K30 5G Racing Edition/K30i 5G Click here
8. Redmi Note 9 and Redmi Note 9 Pro Click here
9. Redmi Note 9 Pro Max Click here
10. Huawei Nova 4 Click here
11. Huawei Nova 5T
12. Huawei P40 Pro Click here
13. Moto G Power Click here
14. Realme 6 Pro Click here

Apart from the regular customization options like configuring the width of the ring and the direction of depletion, there are a few extra features for paid users. Those features can be evaluated for free using the “Support Dev Pack” option inside the app.

Energy Ring: Universal Edition
Energy Ring: Universal Edition
Developer: IJP
Price: Free

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