Nubia Red Magic 5G spotted on AnTuTu; breaks boundaries with 633724 points

The MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2020 has been cancelled and many mobile manufactures were affected by it. Nubia was no exceptional from it. Today, Nubia’s President Ni Fei officially announced the destructive benchmark score of upcoming Nubia Red Magic 5G that already been defeated all the performance monsters on the top. The king of AnTuTu till now, Xiaomi Mi 10 Pro’s first position is now compromised as the Nubia Red Magic 5G became the first to spot on this position. Ni showed the screenshots of Nubia’s 5G model with model number NX659J that scores 633724 points on AnTuTu and 563588 on Master Lu ranking. It scores a good number too on Geekbench. The Red Magic 5G hits 934 on a single core and 3444 on multicore term.

Nubia Red Magic 5G specifications hints:

Mr. Ni already confirmed some of the top notch hardwares that are coming featured with Nubia Red Magic 5G. Je also added a model with 16 GB LPDDR5 RAM also be coming soon. While it features the latest amd greatest LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.0 internals, it also has a full HD+ 144Hz Visionox display. On performance mode, this new 5G phone by Nubia will include the Snapdragon processor along with X55M baseband. The phone runs on Android 10 OS. It will also feature dual IC touch chip solution and air cooled turbo fast charge solution as well.

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On the connectivity compartment, some information came from the official website of Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.it shows that Nubia Red Magic 5G will support NR NSA, NR SA, TD-LTE, LTE FDD, WCDMA, GSM standards, eMBB (5G enhanced Mobile Brodband) and dual-card dual-standby.

Moreover, the company will also retain their brand identity, cooling fan on the back of this 5G phone like it’s predecessor. This will come to effect while fast charging cycles and hyper gaming sessions. However, the CEO keeps posting about the phone, mainly the specifications and is very exited to show down. While the MWC has been cancelled, so the launch is set to go in China.

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