Adding another entrant for this new segment, Nubia has launched the Red Devil Mars Edition in China. The handset succeeds Nubia’s first Red Magic gaming smartphone, which has been released earlier this year.
The second-generation gaming smartphone from the prior ZTE subsidiary is very likely to move against the likes of Razer Phone two and Xiaomi Black Shark Helo. This produces the Red Devil Mars Edition just the second smartphone (the first being the top notch version of Xiaomi’s recently-launched Mi MIX 3) to include that much amount of RAM. There is also 256GB of storage contained in the mixture.
Being a gambling smartphone, Nubia Red Magic Mars Edition comes with some unique characteristics that are specifically targeted at gamers. One of them is the’4D shock feedback’, which provides vibration feedback that is made possible by means of a linear motor. In addition, there is also DTS 7.1 surround sound for an enhanced sound experience and liquid cooling.
But, the highlight characteristic of this Nubia’s new gambling smartphone is a set of dedicated hardware buttons placed on the side of the frame. Together with on-screen controls utilized by most mobile games, these enable four-finger control, somewhat mimicking the experience given by dedicated game controls. The smartphone’s layout has all of the elements you would expect from a mobile gaming device, such as everything from a hexagonal rear-camera lens to a vertical strip with customizable RGB lighting running across the middle of the device’s back panel.
There is no word as to when Nubia Red Devil Mars Edition is going to be launched in other regions across the world. On the other hand, the original Nubia Red Magic is reportedly coming to India next month.