120 Hz panels may turn into old news - the Nubia model Red The next Magic is about to offer us an even higher refresh rate
Remember the days when home gaming screens with a refresh rate of 144 Hz were considered the best and most advanced thing your money could buy? Probably so, because that was the case until a few years ago - and by 2020, it seems that even your personal smartphone may offer similar display capabilities, which have suddenly become the new mainstream.
We haven't finished talking yet About the launch of the Axon 10s Pro 5G as the first Snapdragon 865 smartphone - And here's a company ZTE Provides us with a teaser about the next phase in its remake program, with another gaming model under the Nubia brand Red Magic that is supposed to officially arrive in Israel (unlike the Axon), and do so with an unprecedented 144 Hz panel in its field.
The Red Magic 5G smartphone will be presented as part of the upcoming MWC exhibition in Barcelona, and will offer consumers a 6.65-inch Super AMOLED screen with a 2,340 × 1,080 pixel resolution at 144 Hz maximum refresh - to stand out over smartphones with 120 Hz screens that threaten to become much more common Than in the coming months. It is natural to assume that the device will include the chip The latest Snapdragon 865 Qualcomm (Partly because it's the only chip on the market that has officially declared support for 144 Hz), along with a modem Snapdragon X55 of course, Memories Up to 5GB LPDDR16, IMX686 main photo sensor Sony 64 megapixel resolution and large battery with fast charging.
How fast is charging? Here comes another possible line of ZTE and the Red Magic 5G, With evidence of a dedicated charging standard that will allow up to 80 watts of battery (at 4,500mAh or 5,000mAh capacity) for extreme fast charging - including the use of a built-in fan inside the smartphone body, which was also there on the pair of modelsRed Previous Magic and managed to prove its great utility, to cool the battery and increase its life.
The Red Magic 3 and Red Magic 3S arrived in the country during the past year as part of the import of Network Bug stores - so there is good reason to believe that the Red Magic too 5G Will come to the Holy Land eventually. Will all the crazy numbers translate into a hit in sales? We are still unconvinced, but intrigued enough to keep track of more ambitious Chinese manufacturer information.