Nubia to Launch It’s First Gaming Smartphone




th ApXiaomi just launched their first gaming smartphone with BlackShark. It’s powered by Snapdragon 845 and many other features to make gaming experience realistic.

Read This: Xiaomi’s BlackShark Gaming Smartphone is Now Official: Everything You Should Know

ZTE’s sub-brand Nubia recently announced its first gaming monster and they will be launching a gaming phone under new brand later this year. The company is holding a press conference on 19th April to launch its first gaming smartphone under a new brand name – Nubia Red Devil.


This device will have all the feature that gaming smartphone needs. High processor (most probably Snapdragon 845) with 8GB RAM, 120Hz display and other decent features for mobile game lovers. It also said that “provide a complete gaming experience for the masses.” The gaming smartphone is expected to come equipped with features like air cooling, near black body, carbon nano-material, and a three-dimensional wind tunnel section structure.

Apart from that Xiaomi also release its first gaming smartphone Blackshark in a market.

Xiaomi released Blackshark fueled by Snapdragon 845 SoC. It is paired with the Adreno 630 Graphics Processing Unit. Xiaomi has made this device available in two different RAM/Storage options. Buyers will have RAM options of 6GB or 8GB and storage options of 64GB or 128GB. It also comes with the liquid cooling system.

Here, talking about Nubia gaming smartphone they will be launching gaming smartphone on 19th April 2018. Nubia also sent invites to Razer and Blackshark. The company also posted an invite on social media.

Let me know in comments below if you are going to buy this device or getting other option in the range.



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