The US and UK figures are just direct conversions so unlikely to be accurate, but they provide a useful guide as to how much you’ll have to pay. Across these five configurations, prices range from powerful mid-ranger to flagship. Comparisons with the more expensive Asus ROG Phone 6 Pro are inevitable, but there are plenty of other gaming phones to consider.
Display and Camera
The 6.8in, 1080×2400 OLED screen is almost identical, meaning you’re still getting a 165Hz refresh rate on the regular model but 120Hz on the Pro. As before, this is offset by a higher 960Hz touch sampling rate on the more expensive phone (instead of 720Hz). Both phones are now equipped with Gorilla Glass 5 screens for extra durability, while the pressure-sensitive zones on the side of the device are 520Hz instead of 500Hz – it’s hard to imagine it making much of a difference, though.
Both phones have identical rear cameras, consisting of 64Mp main, 8Mp ultrawide and 2Mp macro. Curiously, the under-display selfie camera on the 7S Pro is now 8Mp rather than 16Mp, but it should hopefully deliver better image quality. The regular 7S has the same 8Mp lens in a bezel above the display.
The Nubia Red Magic 7S Pro runs on an Eight-core (Cortex A710, Cortex A510 and Cortex X2) processor and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset. It also delivers amazing performance while gaming and multitasking with the help of 12GB RAM and Adreno 730 GPU.
The battery capacity of the Nubia Red Magic 7S Pro is 5000mAh and it is non-removable in nature. The brand has provided a Li-Polymer battery for this smartphone that also supports Fast Charging system of 135W.
Storage and Connectivity
For storage purposes, Nubia Red Magic 7S Pro comes with 256GB of memory, which is UFS 3.1 by type and is also non-expandable in nature. Users can also connect this smartphone with other networks and devices through 5G networks, Bluetooth v5.2, Mobile Hotspot, 4G VoLTE network, NFC, A-GPS with Glonass and Wi-Fi.
The Nubia Red Magic 7s Pro flexes its Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 chip both on the outside and in, with the Qualcomm chipset branding etched into the back of the phone, giving you a suggestive peek under the hood. As with the ROG Phone 6 and Red Magic 7, modern-day games playback fast and furiously.