ZTE sub-brand Nubia is about to showcase yet another high-end high-performance smartphone aka Red Magic 3S (also known as Red Devil 3S). Nubia has scheduled to debut the smartphone today in China as an enhanced version of its predecessor Red Magic 3. The phone stopped by AnTuTu and trust me, it has already surpassed every smartphone available today by scoring 510K points on AnTuTu which is a lot more than what other smartphones have scored yet.
Nubia Red Magic 3S scored a combined 510,496 points on the new eight versions of AnTuTu under the model number “NX629J_V1S”. The new version gives an in-depth score accumulated by the CPU, GPU, UX, and memory among others. The Red Magic 3S scored a whopping 147,674 points on CPU while scoring 193,366 points on the GPU test followed by 72,042 points on UX and finally, 97,414 points on the memory test and these scores are impressive, to be honest.
Referring to the previous leaks and the recent AnTuTu benchmarking scores, Red Magic 3S sports an updated version of Snapdragon 855 used in the last Nubia Red Magic 3. The Snapdragon 855+ SoC is an overclocked variant of the same that squeezes 4% more power than the current cores on SD855 while squeezing a maximum 15% more power from its enhanced Adreno 640 GPU.
According to GSMArena, the phone will sport a 12GB of LPDDR4X RAM which is evidently citing the benchmarking scores followed by the specs that it will use UFS 3.0 storage along with the F2FS file system support which enhances the performance of the device accordingly.
Nubia released a tonne of release posters a few days ago that confirmed that Nubia Red Magic 3S will feature a 90Hz display for fluid transitions and scrolling while the 4G haptic feedback and 3D Surround Sound will add to the viewing and gaming experience a lot similar to its predecessors. The phone is expected to bring LR Shoulder Capacitive buttons unlike only on the left on Red Magic 3 and thus, it will surely have a greater prowess in gaming than other smartphones. The phone will make its debut today in China although the dates for its global release is not yet revealed.
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