The RedMagic 7 is teased as a phone that could push the limits of the AnTuTu benchmark and charging speeds on its launch
The RedMagic 7 is an upcoming phone to debut soon from Nubia with 4 "major industry firsts". This, at least, is the claim behind a new Weibo teaser containing 4 posters, each showing a cryptic number with their units or definitions redacted. However, in some cases, it is easy enough to guess what they might be.
For example, the largest figure shown - 1,101,769 - could be RedMagic's answer to leaks for other new phones such as the Realme GT 2 Pro and Motorola Edge X30, touted in terms of their ability to achieve this new echelon of AnTuTu Benchmark scores only open to smartphones with the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC.
Therefore, the upcoming 7 may also rock this processor. In its case, it stands a good chance of also boasting active cooling to manage this silicon's potential for overheating. According to the typically reliable leaker Digital Chat Station, this system might also come into play when charging one of these new RedMagic phone.
The tipster has uploaded photos that might corroborate an earlier claim that the 7 would improve on even the highest-end of its predecessors - and even those of other OEMs - with 165W charging. This potential world-first might be supported by a new Nubia power brick, the design and regulatory message on which unambiguously states that it will indeed support this superpowered rate.
According to this information, the 7's new compatible adapter might do so by delivering an unheard-of 8.25A of current. However, whether this alleged new top-end system comes in the box with a new RedMagic flagship remains to be seen.