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The Nubia Red Magic 6S Pro has launched today with many impressive tech specs and features in the gaming smartphone. However, for some reason, there is no vanilla Red Magic 6S this time, but you still could go for the Red Magic 6 or 6R. Now, let's check out the exciting things that the Red Magic 6S Pro packs!
The device sports a 6.8-inch AMOLED display that supports a 165Hz refresh rate and a total of 720Hz touch sampling rate, with a 500Hz rate for one finger and 360Hz for multiple. It also carries over the two shoulder triggers that run at a 450Hz touch sampling rate with a response time of 2.2 ms, along with a new extra trigger added to the back. For security, there'll be an under-display fingerprint scanner that detects heart rate.
Under the hood, the 6S Pro is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 888+ chipset and packs a 5,050mAh battery with a 66W charging support. However, the mentioned battery specs are for the international variant, while the Chinese variant will get a 4,500mAh battery with 120W charging support.
Another highlight of the device could be its cooling system. Red Magic developed the ICE 7.0 cooling system that uses Phase Change Materials (PCM), which acts like a heat battery that stores heat and release it slowly afterwards. There's also an active cooling fan that spins at 20,000 rpm.
For photography, the 6S Pro has a triple-camera setup that brings a 64MP main camera alongside an 8MP ultra-wide module and a depth sensor. On the front, it uses an 8MP sensor for selfies or video calls. Other features include DisplayPort, 3.5mm headphone jack, Bluetooth 5.1, and RedMagic OS 4.0 based on Android 11.
The Nubia Red Magic 6S Pro will be available on the global market starting from September 27 in three configurations - 12/128GB and 16/256GB in Cyborg Black, with 16/256GB in Ghost (Transparent). Prices are 599 USD (~RM2,484), 699 USD (~RM2,899) and 729 USD (~RM3,023) respectively. Leave a comment to let us know what you think about the new Red Magic gaming smartphone! Stay tuned to TechNave.com for more smartphone news.