nubia Red Magic 7 Pro goes global with UDC, dedicated gaming chip
The nubia Red Magic 7 was introduced in February and the vanilla phone went for sale around the world just days after the launch. Now we get to welcome the nubia Red Magic 7 Pro and its under-display camera to the global scene.
Тhe gaming brand is going all-in on performance with the Red Magic 7 Pro - you get a Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chipset paired with whopping 16GB RAM. The dedicated gaming chip is called Red Core 1 and takes care of audio, RGB lighting and haptic feedback, so the main chipset can focus on what it does best - games.
Hard gaming means lots of heat, so nubia implemented nine different layers of heat dissipation materials, including a 4,124 sq.mm. vapor chamber dissipation plate. This Red Magic 7 Pro phone has a new turbofan that can reach 20,000 rpm while being “super quiet”.
Early bird offers begin on April 22. The Obsidian Black version comes with 256GB storage and will cost $799 / €799 / £679. The Transparent version is called Supernova, comes with 512GB of internal storage, and will sell for $899 / €899 / £759.
Here is the full list of global markets in which the nubia Red Magic 7 Pro will be available:
- The UK
- Europe: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Croatia, Luxembourg, the Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Netherlands, Denmark, Poland, Estonia, Portugal, Finland, Romania, France, Slovakia, Germany, Slovenia, Greece, Spain, Sweden, Ireland, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Malta.
- North America: Canada and the United States.
- Asia Pacific: Australia, Hong Kong (China SAR), Indonesia, Macau (China SAR), Philippines, Vietnam, Singapore.
- Middle East: Israel, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar.
- Latin America: Mexico, Peru, and Chile
The only difference between the global Red Magic 7 Pro and the Chinese one is that international markets get a relatively conservative 65W fast charging for the 5,000 mAh battery, instead of 135W.
- 21 Apr 2022
I guess a customer is clueless when they don't agree with your line of thinking, and what they call features becomes gimmick because you said so. I really should try and understand that you decide what is gimmick and what isn't for those in...
- 21 Apr 2022
Yes, because of the gimmicks will easily attract clueless customers. Guess it's still great that they're not completely trying to trick the customers with terrible specs. Maybe just the camera
- 20 Apr 2022
I guess that's why they aren't selling, yet the companies keep making them. Nice logic!