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Xiaomi Black Shark gets a new competitor and it’s Nubia Red Devils

Author at TechGenyz Mobile
Nubia Red Devils
After Razer and Xiaomi came up with their gaming phones, we have another brand joining the new spree. Nubia has launched its new smartphone dedicated to gamers, Nubia Red Devils at a press conference today in Beijing. A short video in the Chinese social media reveals the design of the phone that’s edgy. There are hardware keys mounted on the right side: volume controls, power button and a dedicated button for activating a special game mode. Chinese sources claim that the device will pack four built-in fans and a new technology for air-cooled heat dissipation. The rear panel is said to be made of carbon nanomaterials that may make it highly expensive. Nubia Gaming PhoneNi Fei, smartphone general manager for Nubia introduced the Red Devils e-sports gaming phone on stage today. It features a light-sharp battleship design by Vector Aesthetics and shows off its water chestnut shape and symmetrical beauty. The handset is only 6.85mm thin and weighs about 185 grams. It has been made focusing on providing a horizontal screen grip experience to the users. The back sports a 16.8 million-color RGB light strip that can go with the rhythm of the sound. The light strip is equipped with four types of effect modes for supporting audio-visual circumstances and system prompts. There are two color options for the mobile: black stone and flame red. Previously claimed by Chinese sources, Snapdragon 845 is the processor chip Nubia Red Devils is carrying. It also sports 6-inch FHD+ full-screen negative liquid crystal vertical display supporting high detail and color performance. For storage, it offers 8GB RAM and 128GB inbuilt memory. DTS Sound and SmartPA together provide immersive audio and video experience. It will pack 128 depth-adaptive games, 79 game optimizations, and a stable high-frame game mode.

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