China-based ZTE subsidiary Nubia has unveiled a new smartphone dubbed “Red Magic” built with gamers in mind. Last November we reported on Razer’s debut in the smartphone market. Razer was looking to carve a niche into the industry with a phone built for gaming. Nubia has apparently decided that there is room for two in this niche as the Red Magic will not only be geared for gaming; it has a look that says, “Pick me up and play me. I’m a gaming phone.” Sure, the Razer Phone has the signature glowing Razer logo on the back, but Nubia has gone full-on gamer crazy on the rear of the Red Magic. The back panel of the phone is not flat. It raises from the edges to the center forming a slight prism shape (Nubia calls it “diamond-cut). Along the ridge of the prism is an RGB strip that can output 16 million colors. Users can customize the color pattern with four different modes in the settings. A 24-megapixel camera can be found right above a fingerprint sensor near the top on back. The selfie cam on the front is 8MP. It is worth mentioning that from a camera standpoint, the… Read full this story
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