Nubia Red Magic 2: First Gaming Smartphone With Snapdragon 845 SoCNubia Red Magic 2: First Gaming Smartphone With Snapdragon 845 SoC

The Red Magic 5S is going to be one of the most powerful gaming smartphones. Today, the company officially announced its launch date, July 28.

As the manufacturer informs, on the mentioned date, it will hold a new product launch conference titled ‘Red Magic 5S Game Phone and Intelligent Ecological New Product Launch Conference’. Its slogan is ‘Ice Wind Silver Wing, faster than faster!’

Red Magic 5S

This shouldn’t be surprising because we have heard the Red Magic 5S will come with a new heat dissipation technology. In it, the system will use a silver material for a better performance. Also, with this move, Nubia will take the heat dissipation technology to a new level.

We also knew the Red Magic 5S will adopt the world’s highest thermal conductivity metal process-silver (ICE Ag). It is combined with a 4843mm² super large area heat dissipation copper foil to conduct heat outward. There is a built-in 15,000 rpm high-performance centrifugal fan, a transparent design air duct, a high-performance thermal gel, a super large liquid cooling tube, and so on.

As for more details, the ‘Ice Wind; refers to a peripheral accessory of the new machine – the ice wind-heat dissipation magic box. It is capable of quickly absorbing heat through the fan. This magic box also comes with a 3.5mm headphone jack + 30W PD fast charging. So when playing games holding the phone horizontally, you can connect wired headphones and charge.

As a new-gen gaming smartphone, it’s not surprising to see the latest and most powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 Plus chip inside. The screen has a 144Hz refresh rate and a 240Hz touch sampling rate. It is also equipped with dual game shoulder keys.

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