The latest gaming phone by ZTE is called Nubia Red Magic 3 and can be purchased from the global website of the company. However, users from some countries cannot buy it, but that is about to change for the Indian fans. The local website has just put up a landing page, announcing the arrival of the device on June 17.
The phone is going to be sold on Flipkart, but pricing is not official yet. Our tipster said in another tweet that it is expected to be between INR33,000 and INR35,000, and this is likely the starting price.
The global website offers three variants of the nubia Red Magic 3 - 8/128 GB in Black, 8/128 GB in Red, and 12/256 GB unit in Camo color.
We are yet to see if the 6/64 GB option will hit India, or the Asia-Pacific country will have the same choices as the rest of the global markets.
When the ZTE subsidiary introduced the flagship, it boasted the device is coming with 8K video (although upscaled), 1920 fps slow-mo video recording, and two types of internal cooling. It also has a 90 Hz refresh rate on the 6.65” AMOLED screen and 240 Hz touch refresh rate.
Since you’ll need the phone mostly for gaming, it sports a massive 5,000 mAh battery with 27W fast-charging, supporting Power Delivery.
Black Shark 2 - Rs.40000 Zenfone 6 - Rs.38000 Nubia Red Magic 3 - Rs.35000 I love this price segment. Proper flagships at budget price and yes One Plus messed it up by pricing the 7 Pro for Rs.49999
This will directly compete with Black Shark 2, and with some specs better, it might even outdo it.
The red magic 3 support person who claimed it does not shoot 8k video, has written back and apologised that it actually does, but still hasn't answered ANY of my questions (going on for weeks). Is it really upscaled, because there is a way to re...