Of course, the hardware is great too, but the build and design are just amazing.
We already knew that Nubia knows how to use the latest and most powerful hardware, and we had no objections to the Red Magic series in terms of performance, although there is room for improvement in terms of software and imaging. We hope that the eighth series shown now will open a new era not only in design, although looking at the design we tend to see if it was only later that we dealt with software and cameras. As long as this will definitely happen.
Red Magic 8 Pro and Pro + stand out for their battery size and charging capacity. The 8 pro is powered by a larger 6,000mAh battery with 80W fast charging, while the smaller Pro+ has a 5,000mAh battery with 165W, which means a full charge time of 14 minutes. Other than that, they offer the same thing. Both versions received the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset, the manufacturer’s biggest size to date (2068 mm) It is cooled by a steam room. In the case of the 8 Pro this could be accompanied by up to 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of internal storage, and the version equipped with 16 GB of system memory and 1 TB of internal storage can also be chosen from the Pro +. It is likely that the devices received LPDDR5x modules and standard UFS 4.0 storage, but we will find out from the official specifications as soon as they are available.
The camera system is a bit disappointing, there’s a 50MP main camera, an 8MP wide-angle unit, and a 2MP macro sensor, which doesn’t promise much excitement, but we’ll see what they get out of the field devices, as well as how the front sensor accurately performs. 16 megapixels hidden in the screen. Doubtful, but at least it doesn’t spoil the air while you play.
6.8 inch, 2480 x 1116 pixels resolution, 120Hz, HDR10 + OLED panel, so it’s not badThere’s nothing in it, and thanks to the ultra-narrow bezels, it can show an aspect ratio of 97.3%. The sound display also looks promising, not only are we getting high-efficiency (ultra-linear) stereo speakers with Snapdragon Sound support, 96kHz lossless transmission and 48ms delay, but also a 3.5mm jack connector and, for gaming, a very sensitive 520 drivers are available by taking gigahertz samples.
You can pick up the Red Magic 8 Pro in China for 216,000 HUF in the 8/128 GB version, and the 12/512 GB model costs 260,000 HUF if you don’t insist on the physical fan. Same memory configuration with transparent back (transparent version of deuterium) It costs a little more, 270,000 yuan. The 8 Pro+ starts at HUF 281,000 with the 12/256GB memory package, and for the transparent package with 16GB of system memory and 1TB of internal storage, local cash equivalent to 380,000 HUF should be put on the table.
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