Red Magic has announced a new smartphone in partnership with Vodafone Spain, the Red Magic 5G lite. It tones down some of the specs of the Red Magic 5G and it's sold in monthly installments.
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Nubia's Red Magic brand recently released its latest gaming-oriented smartphone, with 5G support and, for the first time in a smartphone, a 144Hz refresh rate display. Here are our first impressions.
Due to increasing concerns about the spread of the coronavirus, MWC 2020 was recently scrapped. As a result, nubia plans on unveiling its upcoming 5G smartphone domestically instead.
nubia's gaming brand is back with the Red Magic 3S, promising even more performance than its predecessor. While the company delivered on that, the display issues stop me from recommending it.
nubia's gaming brand, Red Magic, is back with another beastly device that now comes with the Snapdragon 855+ and UFS 3.0 storage. Here are our first impressions of the Red Magic 3S.
The successor to the Red Magic 3 is set to arrive in international markets in less than a month. It features an upgraded chipset, faster storage, and it comes in new color options.
nubia's Red Magic 3 has all the top-of-the-line hardware you'd expect from it, but what makes it truly different from other gaming phones is that it has a fan. Now that I've tested it, it has two.
Gaming phones are a relatively recent niche in the market but a few companies have already staked their place in the segment. nubia's Red Magic 3 is unique, though, thanks to its built-in cooling fan.
The Red Magic 3, successor to nubia's Reg Magic Mars, can now be bought by customers around the world. Announced in April 2019, sales of the gaming smartphone were previously limited to China only.
Chinese phone maker nubia has announced its latest flagship called the Red Magic 3. The gaming phone comes equipped with an internal cooling fan - a first in the smartphone industry.
Nubia's extremely affordable Red Magic Mars gaming smartphone running a Snapdragon 845 and 8GB or more of RAM is now available in the European, US and Canadian markets for a starting price of $399.
ZTE's nubia is back at it once again and has announced its new gaming smartphone, the Red Magic Mars. The phone will top out with 10GB RAM, 256GB internal storage, and will feature shoulder buttons.
ZTE's nubia arm has teased the successor to its Red Magic smartphone that made its debut earlier this year. The new model will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 processor and 10GB RAM.
The Nubia Red Magic made its debut in April. While we haven't heard much about the phone aimed towards gamers, a new limited edition variant has been announced and is now available to order.
Red Magic debuted its smartphone last week and has now offered up the chance to secure a handset via Indiegogo. Those in North America will currently not be able to secure a unit, however.
Red Magic has finally announced its handset, giving those that are serious about mobile gaming, another option. The handset looks different from its competitors and also offers RGB lighting.
With the gaming smartphone space starting to heat up, Red Magic, a sub-brand of ZTE, recently announced plans for its own device. Now, it looks like we might be getting an early look at the handset.
It seems like ever since Razer released its gaming smartphone, other companies have been vying to enter the same space. Red Magic, a company backed by ZTE, is the latest to toss its hat into the ring.