After 6 months, Nubia Red Magic once again ushered in a breakthrough innovation; this time, the Red Magic phone not only realized the air cooling x liquid cooling integrated cooling, but also integrated the world’s first physical fan cooling technology, and continuously explored the product’s possibilities in the gaming road.
The Red Devil 3 has received a lot of attention from the industry prior to its release, albeit only through the words of Nubia co-founder @NiFei on Weibo, but we know how difficult it is to achieve a physical fan inside the phone. bestbuy618 was fortunate enough to receive the Red Devil 3 new phone in advance, and after only a short time with it, this review may help you understand the phone better. The new phone is an excellent option for the younger generation.Red Devil 3 (basalt black)
The phone still has the same black and red color scheme, and it comes with a power adapter, data cable, card pins, and a three-pack warranty certificate, in addition to the main body of the phone. It’s a shame that no headphones are included, but the phone still has a 3.5mm headphone jack, which is a huge relief. It should be noted that this generation of Red Devil 3 data cable has been replaced by a dual-head Type-C.
If you’ve used the previous generation of Red Magic Mars, you won’t be surprised by the Red Magic 3’s panel design. Instead of pursuing water drops, bangs, and perforated screens to create a screen-to-body ratio, the Red Devil 3 has opted for a 19.5:9 widescreen ratio with bezels in exchange for a high-quality, ultra-linear dual-speaker design on both sides. The screen resolution is FHD AMOLED 1080P, with a screen-to-body ratio of 87.7 percent.
Furthermore, the Red Magic 3 is the first gaming phone to use a 90Hz screen refresh rate, which is comparable to PC gaming quality and extremely rare in the gaming phone industry. The Red Devil 3 has also been optimized with a 240Hz touch refresh rate for an extremely smooth operating experience and gaming visuals, which is a significant improvement over the current mainstream 60Hz screen in the mobile market, and the UI interaction is extremely smooth.
The back of the Red Devil 3 has an integrated metal body, and some of the design elements of the Red Devil series have been retained, including the diamond-shaped fingerprint recognition module, the 16.8 million color RGB dazzling light band (the Red Devil logo on the back can now also be illuminated), the rear camera has become a diamond pentagon design, the four corners have hidden air vents, and it is worth noting that the middle earphone jack has been removed. The openings in the middle frame of the phone, echoing the openings in the built-in cooling fan, provide convection for chip cooling. The amazing thing is that the Red Devil 3 has a built-in fan that makes it 9.65mm thick, and because the back is a slightly raised diamond shape, it’s even thinner at the edges at 6.6mm. It weighs 215g, which is nothing to complain about given that the Red Devil’s user base spends the majority of its time playing games, and has a 5000mAh battery built in.
The volume and power buttons are distributed on the right side of the bezel, while the previous generation’s capacitive touch buttons are retained on the right side of the bezel, with a 3.5mm headphone jack at the top and a power Type-C at the bottom. In addition to the gaming space toggle, the left side of this generation of Red Magic phone has seven metal expansion contacts. It can be expanded with a Type-C power connector, an RJ-45 network cable connector, and a 3.5mm headphone connector when used in conjunction with Red Magic’s Magic Box docking station. During gameplay, all cables are then centered below the screen, and the player Or player is free to play the game.
In terms of hardware, the Red Devil 3 is finally outfitted with the latest Snapdragon 855 mobile platform, erasing the regret that the market only had 845 when the previous generation Red Devil Mars was released. The large memory meets the smoothness of multi-tasking in parallel and storage space for multimedia with three built-in memory combinations of 6 128, 8 128, and 12 256 (all UFS LPDDR4X).
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