On the heels of releasing the world’s taking pre-orders on Tuesday for its new gaming phone, the RedMagic 5G, on Tuesday. The handset is due to be released globally on April 21., Chinese phone maker Nubia began
The RedMagic 5G appears to lay claim to being the first mass-produced phone to come with a 144Hz refresh rate — a step-up from the 90Hz display seen on last year’sline. It comes in two variants: 8GB RAM and 128GB storage, which costs $579 ( €579, £539 ), or 12GB RAM +256GB storage for $649 (€649, £599).
The RedMagic 5G has a 6.65-inch AMOLED display and is powered by the Snapdragon 865 processor. It comes with the X55 modem, which means it has 5G capabilities, as its name suggests. Other features include an an upgraded fan cooling system, an 18-watt charger and a 4-500 mAh battery, which is smaller than the one found in its predecessor.
Launched in 2019, the RedMagic 3 was the first gaming phone to come with an in-built fan after taking inspiration from a gaming PC. It uses a fan in combination with a liquid cooling system to keep the device from getting too hot.
Nubia, which is owned by Chinese telecom giant ZTE, launched back in 2012. The company made waves last year with its Nubia Alphafor the wrist that features a 4-inch flexible OLED display.
- Colleges That Require Coronavirus Screening Tech Struggle to Say Whether It Works – The New York Times
- Colleges That Require Virus-Screening Tech Struggle to Say Whether It Works – The New York Times
- Gender Equality in Tech (GET) Cities Expands to DC to Diversify the Tech Ecosystem – Yahoo Finance
- Turkey Widens War Tech Hunt by Tapping Pakistan’s China Ties – Bloomberg
- Tech recruiting lessons in the Covid-19 era – Information Age
- Virtual tech event highlights local STEM professionals during WHAT I CAN BE! Tech Career Showcase – Herald-Mail Media
- Accenture’s Tech Push Makes It World’s Most Acquisitive Company – Bloomberg
- Tech Hosts Duke for Senior Night – Men’s Basketball — Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets – Georgia Tech Official Athletic Site
- No. 22/19 Tech set for final home game, takes on Cards – VT hokiesports.com