ZTE’s sub-brand Nubia’s upcoming gaming smartphone Nubia Red Magic 5G has already gained considerable publicity with its impressive specifications and design. An alleged live image of the phone has now surfaced online due to the benchmarking website. The image shows a dual tone combining blue and pink. Since this is a close-up picture of the phone, it also shows the 5G badge on the blue side and the text ‘Red Magic’ published on the central black strip. Additionally, the website has shared some FPS numbers from the games tested on pre-release Red Magic 5G.
In The image Shared by the game bench, the large ‘X’ is clearly visible on the back of the phone and there is a mesh like pattern between the X ‘and the black bar. The pogo connector, ventilation grille and red alert slider appear on the left side or blue side of the phone. The rear three cameras are also clearly visible and interestingly, the top two sensors are slightly raised above the body while the third sensor is flush with it. The flash is placed above the top camera.
Recent TENAA Listing Both sides of the phone are shown in Red Magic 5G. The right or red side has capacitive shoulder buttons, a ventilation grill, power button and volume rocker.
For performance, the game bench also tested some games on the phone as it is a 144Hz display, which will likely be the first time in a smartphone. On real racing 3 Red magic 5g Reportedly given a median frame rate of 144fps. The game for Shanti, which is the Chinese version of PUBG Mobile, runs at an average frame rate of 90fps. It also tested the Honor of Kings, which is the Chinese version of Arena of Velor, and has a median and a minimum of 60fps as the game bench was unable to unlock more than 60fps mode. Nevertheless, there is great news for gamers.
The phone will be powered by Snapdragon 865 SoC, and pack 16GB RAM, 256GB onboard storage and Android 10 as before. Appear By Nubia co-founder and President Ni Fei. There can be many storage variants of the phone.
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