The first-gen RedMagic Watch is now available internationally
Nubia's Android gaming brand RedMagic has broken into smartwatches for the first time in 2021. The device does not admittedly have its corresponding phones' distinctive looks, but does rock a chronograph bezel and 2 buttons with red accents around its 1.39-inch AMOLED display.
The RedMagic Watch also offers 5ATM depth-resistance, in-built GPS and 16 sports modes. It also has sensors for the up-to-date features of heart-rate and blood-oxygen monitoring. The OEM also puts its battery life at about 15 days. It can now be ordered in regions outside China for US$99 or €99.
In other RedMagic news, Nubia has reportedly registered a new device of this series. It has the model number NX666J (similar to the 6 and 6 Pro's NX669J and NX669J-P) and exhibits the brand's logo in its new TENAA-generated images; however, its looks are very standard, especially for a line known for a focus on gaming.
This "new RedMagic" has quad rear camera a 6.67-inch FHD+ display, SKUs of between 6 and 12GB of RAM and 5G connectivity. Therefore, it might be a new mid-range variant of the series, along the same lines as the 144Hz Nubia Play of yesteryear.