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Nubia Red Magic 3 is a beast of a gaming phone, now available around the world (Latest version)

Initially announced in China back in April, the Nubia Red Magic 3 is now available in North America, Europe, Australia, and select Asian markets. The Red Magic 3 is the successor of last year's Red Magic 2, known worldwide as the Red Magic Mars.

One of the Red Magic 3's highlights is its internal "turbo fan", which Nubia says is the first for smartphones. Whether you're pushing the phone hard enough to kick in the fan is another story. That said, the fan and the liquid cooling will theoretically maintain the peak performance for a longer period.

The biggest upgrade, however, is the Red Magic 3's 6.65 inch AMOLED display with full HD + resolution, HDR support, and a 90Hz refresh rate. On paper, the show is a significant upgrade over the Red Magic Mars IPS panel that has been powered by a 60Hz refresh rate. As we saw at the OnePlus 7 Pros display, & l39; a higher refresh rate navigates through the UI and games look smoother than they are on normal screens.

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Elsewhere, the Red Magic 3 features a 48MP rear camera, a RGB light beam that runs vertically in the middle of the back, a 16MP front-facing camera, A headphone jack and a rear fingerprint sensor. On the right are the capacitive shoulder buttons that you can map for certain controls in games. On the left is a switch that launches the phone's Game Space, which serves as a personal launcher for games.

Under the hood, the Red Magic 3 has the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, 8GB or 12GB RAM, 128GB or 256GB storage, and a giant 5,000mAh battery. You don't have to wait long to charge the battery as it supports 18W fast charging. Finally, the phone runs Android 9 Piece out of the box.

The Red Magic 3 comes in two versions: one with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, and a second with 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage. Prices start at $ 479 in the US, 479 euros in Europe and 419 pounds in the UK. You can pick up the phone on the link below.