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Nubia Red Magic gaming smartphone leaked with Snapdragon 845, shoulder buttons

03 September 2018 2

Gaming smartphones are on the rise and there is a gaming smartphone for every budget category if you’re looking for one. Popular Chinese smartphone manufacturer ZTE came up with its gaming specific smartphone named Nubia Red Magic that made the intentions of the company clear as it wanted to penetrate the gaming smartphone market. As ZTE is yet to launch its much-awaited flagship smartphone company Nubia Z18, that would feature a Snapdragon 845 processor, the company is reportedly working on another excited model in its Red Magic brand.


This reported new model could boast Snapdragon 845 SoC that features a button on the shoulder of the device. A leakster named Roland Quandt that is known to reveal such exciting information early, share pictures of the phone. From the rear side of the phone, it looks much like a gaming phone in the Nubia Red Magic looks with little modifications, though the camera and LED light is placed pretty much on the same spot.


Considering these leaked pictures, the phone sports a thin bezel on the sides though considerable bezels on the top and bottoms. Currently, there is no confirmed information on this, though the device offers an 8GB RAM and 128GB internal storage thus suggesting that this one could offer improved specs. What do you think of this design if this happens to be true? Let us know in the comment section below.

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