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nubia Red Magic 8S Pro review

ZTE launched the nubia Red Magic 8S Pro globally on July 27 in North America, Europe, the UK, Singapore, and Mexico.

The worldwide nubia Red Magic 8S Pro uses a 65W charger instead of the 80W used in China. A red USB cord and durable plastic case are included.

The design language of the series is preserved in the nubia Red Magi 8S Pro, which is characterized by its square and flat appearance. This is the Platinum variant, which has 16 gigabytes of RAM and 512 gigabytes of storage space. There is also a Midnight model that comes in a 12/256GB configuration and an Aurora model that has the same specifications.

The construction and appearance of the phone are both quite attractive. The sides are made of matte metal, while the rear panel has a circular design made of brushed aluminum that was created via 3D micro-etching. It has a highly polished and elegant appearance that stands in contrast to the more boyish products that Nubia has released recently and is not typical of gaming phones in general. We’d say the appearance is a refreshing departure from the norm.

 

The nubia Red Magic 8S Pro has the traditional RGB zones on the back panel, which can be customized in 16.8 million colors and 4096 adjustable brightness levels. It also has the Red Magic slider, which will put the phone in gaming mode, and the adaptable shoulder triggers for enhanced gaming. Fans of the overall gaming phone aesthetic need not worry.

Then there are the prerequisites or standards. You receive the aforementioned 16 Gigabytes of Random Access Memory (RAM), which may have an additional 8 Gigabytes added to it from the memory. You will also get a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor that has a faster clock speed and a max frequency of 3.36 GHz. In addition to that, there is a more advanced cooling technology that Nubia refers to as ICE 12. A redesigned duct structure, a cooling gel, and a larger 2068mm3 vapor chamber cooling plate have been added to the system as part of the reengineering process. In addition to that, there is a graphene layer situated just below the screen.

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On sale beginning July 27, the 8/256GB nubia Red Magic 8S Pro can be purchased for $649/€649/£579, SGD 909, MXN 14,099; the 16/512GB Platinum model can be purchased for $779/€779/£689, SGD 1,089, MXN 17,199; and the 16/512GB Aurora model can be purchased for $779/€799/£709, SGD 1,119, MXN 17,699.