Nubia Red Magic 3 scores whooping 437,524 on AnTuTu benchmark rating

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Nubia, ZTE’s online exclusive smartphone brand is all set to launch its third generation Red Magic smartphone. If you’re familiar with the series, it is the company’s gaming performance dedicated smartphone. One you must take a look at even if you’re just a casual gamer. We have reviewed earlier two models and excited for the third one to arrive soon to the market in India. Let’s talk about what to expect on the Nubia Red magic 3.

Nubia Red Magic 3: What to expect?

Nubia has been quite popular with its exclusive range in India. And with its Red Magic series, the company is trying to prove its existence in the realm of mobile gaming. A leaked AnTuTu score of 437,524 suggests mind blowing performance on the upcoming Snapdragon 855-SoC based smartphone. The gaming devices from brands like Razer, Xiaomi, and Asus has been the talk of the town. 

AnTuTu Rating_ Red Magic 3 by nubia

With Vivo also getting into space with its sub-brand iQOO. Nubia has. Tough competition to face. Talking further about the Nubia Red Magic 3 features, it is expected to arrive with a 12GB of RAM. It isn’t new in the industry, but it will certainly put in-line with others. It is said to running on Android 9.0 Pie based user interface out of the box. 

Talking about the charging technology, the company is said to introduce a 30W fast charging. That may not be as high as other brands like Vivo’s 44W, or OPPO’s 50W fast charging technology, but it might not leave you hanging. The handset maker is all set to introduce advanced gaming dedicated features to equip its handset with best-in-class functionality. 

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