Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+-powered Nubia Red Magic 3S launches globally on October 16

Nubia Red Magic 3S color options (Source: Red Magic)
Nubia Red Magic 3S color options (Source: Red Magic)
Introduced back in May with a Snapdragon 855 onboard, the gaming handset Nubia Red Magic 3 is now ready to receive two essential performance upgrades (as the Red Magic 3S): the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ processor and high-end UFS 3.0 storage. The global launch of both 8 + 128 GB and 12 + 256 GB variants is set for October 16.
Codrut Nistor,

Widely regarded as the best gaming handset currently on the market, the Nubia Red Magic 3 will soon get an improved processor and faster storage. The upgraded version received an "S" at the end of its name and will hit the market next month with a 90 Hz ultra-widescreen display, built-in pro gaming triggers, active liquid cooling with an internal turbo fan, and more.

Without further ado, these are the highlights of the upcoming Nubia Red Magic 3S:

  • A top-of-the-line Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ processor with active liquid cooling.
  • Two storage/memory variants: 8 + 128 or 12 + 256 GB, UFS 3.0 for both.
  • A generous 6.65-inch 90 Hz full HD+ HDR AMOLED display.
  • Two front-facing stereo speakers, DTS:X and 3D sound.
  • Customizable touch-sensitive shoulder triggers and RGB lighting.
  • A 48 MP main camera with the Sony IMX586 sensor and a 16 MP selfie shooter.
  • Stock Android software.
  • A 5,000 mAh battery for long gaming sessions.

The Red Magic 3S will go on sale on October 16, but those interested can take part in the "3S Challenges" event that awards a Red Magic 3S as the grand prize alongside Google Play gift cards and more. For more details, feel free to check out Good luck!



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Codrut Nistor, 2019-09-25 (Update: 2019-09-25)
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