Nubia Red Magic Gaming smartphone launched with Snapdragon 835

Alonzo Simpson
April 20, 2018

ZTE sub-brand Nubia has launched a new gaming smartphone dubbed the Red Magic.

Since the Red Magic is gaming smartphone and specs don't relay any jokes, it's only reasonable that Nubia hasn't gone for the best imaging setup on the device. After that Xiaomi had also announced Black Shark gaming smartphone.

The Red Magic is a dedicated gaming smartphone with Snapdragon 835 chipset created to compete directly with Xiaomi's Black Shark phone. Since so far the Razer Phone has been the only gaming smartphone available on the market, the new Red Magic Phone comes as a direct rival in the same niche. It looks like a true gaming-centric device with those configurable LED strips on the rear. It has Air cooling.

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We're also looking at options of having either 6GB or 8GB of RAM, 64GB or 128GB of storage, and a 6-inch HD+ display with an 18:9 aspect ratio. It is powered by a 2.45GHz Octa-Core Snapdragon 835 64-bit 10nm processor with Adreno 540 GPU. This will improve the overall performance of your smartphone while playing the game.

On the rear, there is a single 24MP camera with a f/1.7 aperture, 0.9μm pixel size and Samsung 5K2X7SX sensor. There's a 3,800mAh battery to power your usage. Despite its incredible 120Hz display, there were few plus points about that device.

The phone supports DTS sound and has one soundspeaker. It runs on Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box and features a USB Type-C port. Other interesting supporting technologies include the Red Magic's advanced thermal design with three layers of graphite and three grille vents, as well as a specially designed heatsink. Preorders will be open on April 25th in China with the starting price at 2,499 yuan (roughly $397) for the base mode and 2,999 yuan (around $477) for the high-end version. Rs 31,600). Nubia will be releasing the device through IndieGogo on April 26th, though pre-orders start a day earlier. It is priced at $399. The Xiaomi Black Shark gaming device also comes with a cooling system, but in Nubia's device, it is designed in a way that the heat is dissipated completely across its diamond-cut design, which in turn will not affect the performance while gameplay.

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