The new Nubia smartphone will be compatible with 5G networks
The manufacturer Nubia is working on its new device, as confirmed by its CEO in a publication he recently made on the popular Chinese social network Weibo.
The company’s boss shared a screenshot, where he revealed that the Asian firm will present a new smartphone with a screen whose maximum refresh rate will be 144Hz. However, the user will have the option to change the setting to 90Hz and 120Hz, respectively.
Also, the executive also called the device as Red Magic 5G, and confirmed that it will have compatibility with the latest generation networks.
A few days ago, Ni Fei, CEO of Nubia, revealed that the new top range will have at least three rear cameras and will be powered by Qualcomm’s new silicon jewel, the Snapdragon 865.
In this way, we can deduce that the processor will be assisted by a Snapdragon X55 modem. We hope that in the coming weeks more information about this will be broken down, perhaps the configuration of the cameras and the RAM and internal storage options will be released.
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