Nubia Red Magic 5G, specifications and price

Nubia Red Magic 5G, specifications and price

Gamer smartphones are driving an improvement in the specifications of the terminals that until recently was a chimera. While we get used to seeing how the displays at 120 Hz unfold in the premium ranges, in Nubia they have presented their new Nubia Red Magic 5G, a gamer smartphone with a 144 Hz screen.

Nubia Red Magic 5G

The Nubia Red magic 5G, gamer power with two triggers included

Nubia has pulled the best of the best for its new gamer terminal, its benefits do not leave anyone indifferent and it is that they include the latest in hardware.

Your AMOLED screen 6.65 inches and 2340 x 1080p resolution how much with a 144Hz refresh rate and 240Hz touch sampling rate. Possibly the best we can find when it comes to gamer screens.

Nubia Red Magic 5G

Inside the Nubia Red Magic 5G we have a processor Snapdragon 865 5G, which allows us to connect to the latest networks at maximum speed, while we have options for 12/8/16 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128 or 256 GB UFS3.0 storages.

For your battery we have a capacity of 4500 mAh with support for fast charging of 55 W and a liquid cooling system of

On the other hand we have the section of the cameras, which are confirmed with a 8 megapixel front, while at the back we have a wide angle of 64 megapixels (Sony IMX686), an 8 megapixel ultra wide angle and a 2 megapixel macro camera.

Nubia Red Magic 5G

Another highlight are two pressure triggers located on the side of the 2-stage 300Hz terminal and the DTS X Ultra certificate for sound to match. With this we can play both on our computer and sending the game to a larger format screen.

To top it off we have a fingerprint sensor under the screen, Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity and a 3.5mm port for headphones.

Nubia Red Magic 5G specifications


Dimensions: – Weight: -Available colors: Red, black, white and combination of blue with red


Operating System: Android 10
Magic os


6.65-inch AMOLED with FHD + resolution, 144hZ refresh rate and 240Hz sampling