The Chinese company ZTE has released a Nubia RedMagic smartphone with a 144 Hz display.

The 6.65-inch Full HD AMOLED screen has the same refresh rate as top gaming monitors. Thanks to this, games in complex scenes run smoother than on other smartphones.

However, there are still few games that support 144 Hz. At the moment, this mode is only in Real Racing 3, but it came out seven years ago.

The rest of RedMagic’s specs are top-notch too: a Snapdragon 865 processor with 5G, 8GB or 12GB LPDDR5 RAM, 256GB storage, and a 4,500mAh battery.

The smartphone is positioned as a gaming one, so it has an appropriate cooling system. RedMagic has a small fan installed inside, and there are ventilation holes on the sides.

Also on the right side there are two additional buttons that can perform actions in games.

The smartphone has three cameras: a 64MP main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 2MP macro camera.


▪️ RedMagic 8/128 GB: $579
▪️ RedMagic 12/256 GB: $649

The smartphone can already be pre-ordered on the official website. On April 21, sales will begin in the US, UK, Europe, Australia and Japan. Whether it will be available in Russia is not yet clear.

PS The RedMagic logo on the back is backlit like a real gaming device. [The Verge]

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