Nubia Invites Razer Phone And BlackShark For Its Red Magic Gaming Phone Launch Event

by Jeet 0

Recently, ZTE’s sub-brand Nubia announced that it is holding a launch event on 19th April where the company will unveil its first gaming smartphone under its newly formed Red Magic brand which is targeted towards the growing gaming market.

Now, the company has posted new invite images on its social media profiles which are addressed to the two gaming brands — Razer Phone and Black Shark. This seems like a nice gesture from Nubia to invite its competitors to the launch event of its first gaming smartphone.

Razer, the company which is known for its gaming peripherals, launched the first gaming smartphone last year. Now, Xiaomi-backed Black Shark Technologies is launching its first gaming smartphone today. Joining them will be Nubia, which is launching its gaming phone later this month.

The upcoming gaming smartphone from Nubia’s Red Magic is expected to come equipped with features like air cooling, carbon nano-material, and a three-dimensional wind tunnel section structure. Rumors suggest that the smartphone could be powered by Qualcomm‘s Snapdragon 845 along with 8GB RAM.

Nubia gaming phone

The device is also expected to feature 18:9 aspect ratio display with 120Hz refresh rate — similar to the Razer Phone that was launched last year. Nubia had showcased the prototype of this gaming smartphone at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 earlier this year in February.

The company had previously stated that they have included “all possible specs under the microscope.” Further, the company had also said that it’s prepping up to debut a new line of products that will “provide a more complete gaming experience for the masses.”

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This new phone from Nubia has been confirmed to get launched simultaneously in China and Europe. Aiming to expand its international presence, Nubia will also debut the smartphone in the Indian market after its launch in China and Europe.