The Snapdragon 855 Plus version of the Red Magic 3 reportedly gets an ultra-high score on AnTuTu benchmark
The ZTE sub-brand Nubia has made its new gaming phone official. This device is the long-awaited update for the Red Magic 3 (RM3), which is powered by the Snapdragon 855 processor. This upcoming variation, the Red Magic 3S, will run on an SoC that is also a mid-year refresh: the 855 Plus. It will be released on September 5, 2019 in China.
This new device, which is projected to have the latest UFS 3.0 storage and a 90Hz refresh rate in its display, has also reportedly been put through the AnTuTu benchmarking battery of tests. It is alleged that it scored a total of 510946 points, thus smashing existing records for smartphones. This achievement may be associated with the Red Magic 3S as the device in question was identified through the model number NX629J_V1S, a variation on that of the RM3 itself.
As to this device's other features, it is thought that it will have the same angular, RGB-lit design as its predecessor. Add the "four-dimensional" haptics and 3D surround sound found in the original RM3, and you have a pretty compelling potential new device, in Android gaming terms at least.