New nubia Red Magic 5G teaser shows off interesting "Slow Door Video" capture mode

Victor, 06 March 2020

nubia and its CEO Ni Fei, in particular, have really been going the extra mile to hype-up the upcoming Red Magic 5G phone. Earlier teasersfocused on 5G connectivity, 144Hz display refresh rate, raw performance and active cooling, but now attention shifts a bit as we draw ever closer to the phone's March 12 announcement date.

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Clearly, Ni Fei wants fans to know that beyond a hardcore gaming experience, the Red Magic 5G will also deliver a capable camera. The latest teaser video shows off a cool feature called Slow Door Video, which we are guessing is a rather crude translation. Also crudely translated, the text of the post itself reads:

Lingbo micro-steps, walking in the wind and phantom, moving and static phase is appropriate Red Magic 5G Video shooting new game Lingbo micro-steps (slow door video), easy to shoot cool blockbuster Vlog.

Instead of trying to explain it however it's much easier to just look at the sample video shared and see the cool effect for yourselves.

Here's a quick recap of all the specs of the nubia Red Magic 5G - Snapdragon 865 chipset, with 5G connectivity, Wi-Fi 6, a 4,400 mAh battery with up to 55W charging. The list goes on with a revised active fan cooling system, you can check out here, a 64MP Sony IMX686 camera module, along with two other unknown snappers. Also, up to 16GB LPDDR5 RAM, UFS 3.0 storage and an in-display fingerprint reader.

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Reader comments

Team please let us know if this will support Netflix Dolby Vison or HDR10 or HDR10+ I'm really looking forward to buy this if Netflix UHD playback is available. Hope y'all will update this question as soon as you get an update from Nubia Team. Awai...

Sort of chameleon time blur video, would be even better if you could get half second blur 4x in 1 second, using 4pixels in different time like time saving hdr on quad Bayer. This one however looks only like slow time lapse.

I am guessing a lot of other companies are gonna "integrate" it in the future,because yeah it looks cool.

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