Nubia has finally decided to unveil the power of their new flagship series to the entire world. The RedMagic 8 Pro and 8 Pro Plus are one of the first phones to make use of Qualcomm’s brand-new chipset and will be making their debut in February of this year. For the global launch of this phone, the company has announced that both variants will generally have the same spec sheet and design as the original. However, there are a few minor differences.
The higher-end flagship model, the RedMagic 8 Pro Plus, will have more memory and storage options. You will have the option to purchase one with 1TB of internal storage and 16GB of RAM. There are also less powerful versions that have 256GB of storage and 12GB of RAM. The main difference is the battery, as the company has decided to ship the global version with a smaller battery.
The RedMagic 8 Pro Plus will be shipped with a 5000mAh battery, which is smaller than the 6000mAh battery on the regular version. This means that you will have shorter on-screen times. To compensate for a smaller battery, the company has a fast charging option as it comes with a 165GaN charger. This will charge the phone much faster than the 80W charging support of the regular model.
The changes to the charging speeds mean that you will be able to fully charge your RedMagic 8 Pro Plus from zero to 100 in 14 minutes. This is much faster than the regular version, which takes 35 minutes, according to Nubia. Other than these differences, both models have high-end specs making them a worthy challenger to some of the best Android phones on the market.
The RedMagic 8 Pro series will come with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipsets and Nubia’s own RedMagic R2 chip, which will complement the Qualcomm chip. With both these chips, the company promises that the phone will have an improved gaming experience. Additionally, the phone will have a triple camera setup on the back. This will include a 50MP primary sensor, an 8MP ultra-wide angle shooter, and a 2MP macro sensor.
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