The next Nubia Red Magic gaming phone has two confirmed options: 5G and a 144Hz most refresh fee on the handset’s display.

That’s in line with an official Weibo submit by Nubia’s CEO Ni Fei, which listed varied display screen refresh charges, from 60Hz on the backside to 90Hz, 120Hz, and as much as 144Hz. And because the government known as the machine “Red Magic 5G phone” within the submit, we will solely assume the phone will certainly connect with the next-generation cellular community.

The latter isn’t too shocking on condition that Fei revealed the phonemaker’s next flagship will pack a Snapdragon 865 chipset in line with GSM Arena, which has 5G support by default, we presume it’ll be paired with a 5G-connecting Snapdragon X55 modem. 

Curious timing?

While gamer telephones have used shows with increased refresh charges earlier than – the 2018 Razer Phone 2 boasted a 120Hz refresh fee – industrial telephones have began to catch up, with the Google Pixel four as the newest to pack a 90Hz display screen.

Not to be outdone, OnePlus adopted up on the 90Hz screens in its 2019 telephones with an announcement on Weibo that it’s engaged on introducing 120Hz screens in its future handsets… on the identical day that Nubia said its next Red Magic phone will intention for 144Hz. 

That excessive of a fee, successfully refreshing the display 144 occasions per second, is typical for gamer-marketed desktop pc shows. But it seemingly far exceeds the human skill to inform the distinction on so small a display screen. 

In gaming, in fact, response time is every little thing – so it’s unsurprising that Nubia would attraction to avid gamers with this perk on its upcoming phone. 

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