Nubia Red Magic 6 is an impressive gaming handset land with high power and a more significant display refresh rate. The company Nubia comes in the top three gaming handset producers. Plus, its Red magic lineup contends with Asus’ ROG Phone and Xiaomi’s Black Shark series. The Red Magic 6 is 3rd -generation gaming handset released from the Nubia (despite figure 6 in its title).
Nubia Red Magic 6 Specifications
|Specifications||Nubia Red Magic 6|
|Design||Dimensions: 169.9 x 77.2 x 9.7 mm, Weight: 220g
Glass front, glass back, aluminum frame
|Display||Size: 6.8-inches, AMOLED, Resolution: 1080 x 2400 pixels, 20:9 aspect ratio|
|Storage||Snapdragon 888 5G chipset|
|Camera||Rear: 64MP main, 8MP ultra-wide, 2MP macro lens
Video recording at 8K@30fps, 4K@30/60fps
|Battery||Li-Po 5050 mAh, non-removable
Fast charging: 66W, 100% in 38 min
|Color||Eclipse Black, Aurora|
|Price||£509 / $599 (bumpily AU$850),|
The Nubia Red Magic 6 is quite an affordable handset as gaming handsets go. It easily challenges the Asus ROG Phone 5 and Lenovo Legion Phone Duel by a fair amount. It has, correspondingly, the same and improved interiors as Lenovo and Asus’s recent handsets too. Further down, you will get all the spec information about the Nubia’s latest handset. So, scroll down to read thoroughly.
Enactment and Specs
- 888 Snapdragon chipset
- 12GB RAM
- 5G enabled
- 128GB storage
The Nubia Red Magic 6 has chiefly the top interior processor obtainable to it as it comes with a high-end 888 Snapdragon chipset and 12GB RAM with a massive 128GB storage. This is a future-proof handset, too, as it is a 5G enable device. Our testing amazed us a lot by its performance as it runs well without a lag or pause. We played a lot of challenging games with many apps run in the background. All the apps and games run correctly without hanging up for a while.
One bit of irritation: while using Game Space mode, the handset’s interior fan switches on. As a result, a nonstop grouchy sound produces that irritates someone. You can shift the fan off, but the handset warms up extremely fast accordingly. We should point out that the PUBG Mobile game just wouldn’t run on the handset. This issue can’t resolve, and the reason is unknown too. The front dual speaker is good too to provide high sound for gaming.
Nubia Red Magic 6 Cost and Obtainability
- Standard model priced at £509 / $599 (bumpily AU$850)
- The standard model comes with 12GB/128GB
- Pro model prices at £599 / $699 (bumpily AU$1,000)
- Pro model comes with 16GB/256GB
The standard Nubia Red Magic 6 offers just one confirmation. It comes in £509 /$599 (bumpily AU$850) for 128GB storage and 12GB RAM. While its Pro model prices at £599/ $699 (bumpily AU$1,000) with 256GB storage and 16GB RAM. This is a justly lower price for a gaming handset. Though, when you reflect, the Lenovo Legion Duel begins at £799 (bumpily AU$1,440, $1,060). The Asus ROG Phone 5 prices at €799 (about £685 / $950/ AU$1,235). Nubia Red Magic has been one of the most reasonable series of gaming handsets around. You can purchase this gaming handset from Red Magic’s official stores that retail the devices worldwide.
Design and Display
- Magnitudes: 169.9 x 77.2 x 9.7mm
- Weight: 220g
- Glass rear with metallic frames
- Almost similar design as precursors
- 6.8 inches AMOLED screen, 165Hz refresh rate
Like all other gaming handsets, the Nubia Red Magic 6 is a little of a bumpy fellow. It comes with dimensions of 169.9 x 77.2 x 9.7mm and a weight of 220g. Thus, it’s heading for becoming a bounce for you to use it by one hand. The rear design of Red Magic 6 is quite similar to its precursor as it comes with the same Red Magic emblem, a decorative label, and a modest mini camera bump. Though, the phone possesses a glass rear with metallic frames. Two LED bands are also present on the back, but they are smaller than other gaming handsets. The ports here are spread all up the edges.
There is a 3.5mm earphone jack at the top, and the USB-C port is present on end. Though, the gaming mode slider and volume button are current on the left side. While the unlock button and two triggers are present on the right side. This handset is not coming with an IP rating, so it is not water or dust-proof. The handset comes with a large 6.8-inches display, so there’s sufficient display real estate to view your game. The selfie snapper is present in the upper bezel, so the display isn’t wrecked by any unpleasant lens settlement. Though the screen is an AMOLED pane with a 2400 x 1080p, the picture appears pretty lively and bold, and the divergence is also prodigious. It is very significant as it can help you differentiate various features of a game at one sight.
However, the main spec of this display is its refresh rate which is the highest of 165Hz. It is the highest refresh rate of the screen that the smartphone gets at its launch. Plus, the Nubia Red Magic 6 is the only handset to have that high rate. With this super-high refresh rate, the handset will provide you super-smooth display while scrolling down the apps or playing games. Although the high refresh rate sucks the battery rapidly, you can reduce it if you wish to numerous lower rates. Though the Nubia Red Magic 6 comes with an in-screen fingerprint sensor, we got pretty irritable as it is smaller than other handsets.
- Three rear and one front camera
- 64MP primary, 8MP ultra-wide, 2MP macro lens
- 8MP selfie snapper
- Video recording at 4K, 8K at 60fps
Though the Nubia Red Magic 6 isn’t precisely a bizarre camera handset. As you’re possibly not purchasing this to become a shoddy photographer. The phone lands with three rear cameras and single front snapper. The rear bump consists of a 64MP primary, an 8MP ultra-wide lens, and a 2MP macro snapper. The primary snapper is a mixed carrier, but we were usually content with its enactment. A dynamic array of the primary snapper is just okay, though, for sometimes we got few overexposure issues with photos.
However, the focusing was constantly quick and justly precise, and pictures were set at 16MP by default. But, for high-resolution graphics, you can also switch that up to 64MP in Camera settings. With this high resolution, you can zoom the image digitally up to 10x, but the result is not fantastic though. However, the Macro and ultra-wide shots were fine. Wide photos keep the same color confirmation as regular shots. However, it could be misleading around the ends. The front snapper is an 8MP lens. This camera’s selfies were pretty bright and good, but you will sometimes feel a bit grainy pictures. However, the phone can record video up to 4K or up to 8K, at 60fps. That’s an astonishingly high feature that is perhaps because of the high-end chipset.
- 5050mah battery
- 66W fast charging
- No wireless or reverse charging
- Charges the phone from zero to 100% in 38 minutes
We were usually content with the Nubia Red Magic 6’s battery performance, as it easily standby for a full day. When you play many games and watch movies for many hours, you will need to charge this handset before bed. But with regular light use, it can quickly go for 24 hours or may to another day. The real credit goes to its bigger 5050 mAh battery which is a reasonably massive amount for a handset. For charging, you will get a 66W wired capacity that charges the phone from zero to100% in just 38 minutes. It lacks reverse or wireless charging features too.