This year’s summer special for users in India comes in the form of ZTE’s sub brand Nubia, as a more or less direct contender. The device, dubbed Red Magic 3, will soon launch in the country.
Nubia announced that this June 17th, its Red Magic 3 will launch in India, as well. This is not the first Red Magic launched in the country though: the company launched its very first Red Magic there as well.
The device, in all of its sleek and sharp-edged glory, features a 6.65 inch AMOLED screen, a 90Hz refresh rate with DC dimming support and a mammoth 5,000mAh battery – the perfect size for gaming as it offers around an hour of gameplay on just a 10 minute charge.
The battery features 27W fast-charging and supports Power Delivery.
According to Nubia, the device will also feature an internal cooling system that will introduce to us the ‘world’s first use of highly efficient centrifugal fan.’
Under the hood, the phone holds a Snapdragon 855 SoC, up to 12GB of RAM and up to 256GB worth of storage.
On the back, we’ll find a Sony IMX587 48MP sensor and on the front, a 16MP shooter.
If you needed more than that, the phone also arrives with DTS:X Ultra audio technology, in order to deliver the best and most immersive mobile gaming experience a phone possibly can.
The DTS:X Ultra aims to give the users the gift of 3D surround sound at the same quality level as a console via both the phone’s speakers as well as the headphones.
“With this release, our partnership with Nubia now extends to all 3 of their gaming smartphones. Thanks in part to DTS technology, premium features, and affordable price point, the Red Magic 3 is primed to bring a next-generation mobile gaming experience”, said DTS in a statement.
The Red Nubia Magic 3 appears on the global website in an 8+128GB combo in Black, an 8+128GB one in Red and a 12+256GB variant in Camo.
It will become available on Flipkart but the prices for this device on the Indian market are still a mystery. However, a 91Mobiles report mentioned that the 8GB variant will retail for around RS 36,999, which translates into around $530, after conversion.
Not bad at all. Are you excited?