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Class-leading performance

Solid battery life

Most responsive display in any phone


Iffy under-display selfie camera

Refresh rate down to 120Hz

Relatively expensive

Our Verdict

The Red Magic 7 Pro is the most ambitious gaming phone Nubia has ever made, but it doesn’t get everything right. Unless you need a more responsive screen or longer battery life, the regular model offers better value for money.

Razer might have released the very first gaming phone, but three other companies have dominated the market since then. Asus’s ROG Phones have long been considered the devices to beat, with Xiaomi’s Black Sharks typically a more affordable alternative.

But Nubia is the most prolific, with a total of 14 Red Magic phones in just four years. The Red Magic 7 Series sees both regular and Pro models released globally for the first time.

A price increase means the 7 Pro is the most expensive gaming phone Nubia has ever made. But depending on what’s important to you, it’s not necessarily an upgrade over the regular Red Magic 7. Here are my thoughts after spending a few weeks with the phone.

Design & build

Premium build, including metal plate on back

Under-display selfie camera makes phone more compact

Even heavier than regular Red Magic 7

Unlike some Pro phones, you can instantly tell the difference between the Red Magic 7 Pro and its regular counterpart.

Nubia has taken the brave decision to embed the front-facing camera under the display, rather than in a top bezel or notch. It’s completely hidden when using most apps, but you’ll probably notice it with the screen off.

Initially, I was disappointed with Nubia for essentially downgrading the Red Magic 7 Pro cameras. But that all-screen design does help deliver an immersive gaming experience, and I doubt most gamers will care about lower quality selfies.

It still supports face unlock, but I imagine most people will use the optical in-display fingerprint sensor instead. This is easy to set up and has a high success rate.

The Red Magic 7 already had slim bezels, but the 7 Pro takes things to the next level. An 87.1% screen-to-body ratio is impressive for a gaming phone, and it allows for the same large 6.8in display within a more compact body. It’s significantly easier to use one-handed and more pocketable as a result.

However, that hasn’t had an effect on the weight of the 7 Pro. At 235g, it’s actually 20g heavier than the regular model. Still, I had no issue using either device for long gaming sessions.

The 7 Pro’s extra weight comes from an aluminium plate which extends down the back of the phone. Nubia says this is to help with heat dissipation, but it’s presumably also why the company changed the camera module design from the regular model too.

The best thing about this is that the camera module sits almost flush with the back of the device. The 7 Pro is thicker than most at 10mm, but this is a worthwhile trade-off.

Compared to previous Red Magic phones, colour options on the 7 Pro are more muted. The ‘Supernova’ model which exposes some internals is only available on the top-spec model. If 256GB storage is enough for you, Obsidian (black) is your only option.

Nubia includes a clear plastic case in the box, which does a good job of protecting the most fragile parts of the phone. However, it undoubtedly detracts from the 7 Pro’s design. If you still want that extra layer of protection, I’d recommend the only official case available on the Red Magic website.

It’s business as usual on the sides of the device, at least by Nubia’s standards. The right side is where you’ll find almost all physical controls – volume rocker, power button and shoulder triggers – alongside one of two fan grilles. This makes sense, as you’ll want easy access to all these while gaming.

The only button you’ll find on the left side is a slider for Game Space, Nubia’s software-based gaming mode. There’s also still a 3.5mm headphone jack, kept out of the way on the top of the phone. A single USB-C port stays in its traditional position at the bottom, flanked by a SIM tray and speaker grille. No complaints here.

Screen & speakers

6.8in Full HD+ AMOLED display

Refresh rate down to 120Hz, but touch sampling now 960Hz

Decent stereo speakers

A smartphone is nothing without a great display, which the Red Magic 7 Pro undoubtedly delivers. It has the same 6.8in AMOLED screen as the regular model, sticking with a 1080×2400 resolution. Increasing the latter to 1440p would’ve been an obvious upgrade, but its omission here isn’t a dealbreaker by any means.

A more peculiar change is the decreased refresh rate, from the class-leading 165Hz down to 120Hz. It’s a strange move on a Pro-branded device, but it does bring the 7 Pro in line with many other flagship smartphones.

However, I can clearly understand why Nubia has taken this decision. Only a handful of games can output at 165Hz, many of which aren’t popular among mobile gamers. Even with both phones side by side, I struggled to notice the difference between 120Hz and 165Hz. Battery life also benefits, but I’d like to see an adaptive refresh rate introduced. Currently, you’re fixed at 60, 90, or 120Hz.

To compensate for this change, Nubia has increased the touch sampling rate of the Red Magic 7 Pro. It now stands at 960Hz, the highest you’ll find on any phone. That means it can register touch input up to 960 times every second, something that is keenly felt while gaming. This ultra-responsive display is a joy to use.

With all that in mind, the main conclusion here is that the display is still very impressive. Colours are rich and vibrant, and it still has more than enough detail for most people. With a max brightness of 459 nits in testing, I had no problems using the phone outside, either.

Gaming might be the priority, but it’s just as impressive when browsing social media or watching videos. For the latter, speakers take on greater importance.

The Red Magic 7 Pro has a stereo setup that produces audio that’s impressively loud and punchy, albeit prone to distortion at higher volumes. The sound is also slightly lacking in bass, making it better suited to voices than music.

Specs & performance

Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 and separate gaming chip

16GB RAM on both global models

Superb performance in all scenarios

Performance is an area where Red Magic phones regularly punch above their weight. But with an increasing number of mid-range phones equipped with Qualcomm’s flagship processors, the 7 Pro doesn’t quite stand out in the same way.

On the global version, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip is paired with 16GB of RAM across both configurations. An 18GB option is only available on the regular model, but that’s overkill even in demanding situations.

You also get Nubia’s custom ‘Red Core 1’ gaming chip here, which optimises vibration, feedback, lighting, and sound effects for the best possible gaming experience.

Even enthusiast-level gamers will struggle to notice any slowdown. I tested a selection of titles, including Call of Duty: Mobile, Real Racing 3, and FIFA Mobile. Performance across all three is excellent, as is the case with more casual games such as Rocket League Sideswipe and 8 Ball Pool.

However, when accessing the ‘Game Space’ mode, the built-in fan will kick in every time by default. This is fine if you’re playing a detailed open world game; less so for a 2D pool sim. Fortunately, this can be turned off if you’d prefer.

Game Space is also where you can boost performance even further (at the cost of battery life) and configure the shoulder triggers. If you regularly play FPS games, having dedicated controls makes a big difference.

Predictably, this excellent performance extends to everyday usage. Alongside the 120Hz refresh rate and 960Hz touch sampling, everything from web browsing and social media to instant messaging apps and taking photos are super-smooth and responsive.

This excellent performance is reflected in the benchmarks below:

Disappointingly, there’s still no option for microSD expandable storage. Considering the size of some game files, 256GB may not be enough space. 512GB is your only alternative on the global version – it would’ve been nice to see the 1TB model released outside China.

Of course, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 chip means you also get 5G support. That’s been a feature of Red Magic phones since early 2023, and is backed up by Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, and NFC support.


Triple rear cameras

64Mp main lens is great, ultrawide and macro underwhelming

Poor selfies from under-display camera

Even though cameras aren’t a priority on gaming phones, Nubia has continued working on improving them. The Red Magic 7 Pro, like its regular sibling, has a set of triple rear cameras: 64Mp main, 8Mp ultrawide, and 2Mp macro.

Aside from a slightly longer focal length on the ultrawide, both phones have identical camera hardware. What’s more, the quality of shots on offer here means photography can no longer be considered a weakness on Red Magic phones. They can’t compete with the best camera phones around, but it’s a big step forward.

Provided the lighting is good, that main lens will serve you well. It’s particularly adept at landscape shots, which are vibrant, well-exposed and offer a decent amount of dynamic range. I was often tempted to switch to the ultrawide lens, but a noticeable drop in quality made me reluctant.

The 7 Pro offers single-tap switching between them within the camera app, as well as 2x and 5x zoom. Without a separate telephoto lens, quality takes a hit, but shots are still usable.

With no separate depth sensor, portrait-style shots are reliant on software. I got some really nice stills with a blurred background, even if edge detection is a common issue. The software-based Night mode does a good job in low-light too.

But the low-quality macro sensor is pretty useless – you’ll get better close-up shots from the main lens.

Of course, the most controversial change on the Red Magic 7 Pro is that selfie camera. Housed under the display, it’s a very different approach to the traditional 8Mp sensor on the regular model. Nubia has bumped it up to 16Mp to help compensate, but it’s not enough.

Like previous under-display sensors, selfies lack some of the definition and detail you’d normally expect. Nubia applies some aggressive software processing after you’ve taken the shot, but they can still end up blurry or poorly exposed.

However, this is clearly a step forward compared to early iterations of the under-display camera, and a gaming phone is probably a good place to test out the tech. Low quality selfies aren’t an issue for most mobile gamers, so it’s a compromise many will be happy to make.

The Red Magic 7 Pro has fairly basic video specs, offering 1080p video at either 30fps or 60fps. But the inclusion of optical image stabilisation (OIS) means footage remains steady even when there’s lots of movement.

Battery life & charging

5000mAh battery

All-day battery life, including some gaming

65W adapter delivers full charge in 30 mins

The battery on the 7 Pro is a strange one. On the one hand, a 5000mAh capacity is a clear upgrade on to the 4500mAh cell in the regular Red Magic 7. But it’s actually slightly smaller than the 5050mAh battery on the global version of last year’s 6S Pro.

Nonetheless, I’m pleased to report that battery life is significantly better on the 7 Pro than the regular 7. In the same Geekbench 4 battery test, I recorded 8 hours and 44 minutes with the brightness at 120 nits. That’s almost 50 minutes longer than the Red Magic 7, which could make all the difference while gaming.

This only serves as a measure of screen-on time, but dropping the refresh rate down to 90 or 60Hz will extend this even further. After a full day’s usage, I still had some battery to spare, even with an hour or so of gaming.

When the battery does run out, the 65W adapter included in the box will get you up and running in no time. From off, I recorded a 65% charge in 15 minutes; the phone was fully charged in under half an hour.

It’s a shame not to see the eye-catching 135W fast charging come to the global version – that remains excusive to China. I doubt many people will take issue with these speeds, but the continued lack of wireless charging is more disappointing.

Red Magic OS 5.0 over Android 12

No specific software support commitments

Great for gaming, less impressive for other situations

As usual, the 7 Pro runs Nubia’s custom Red Magic OS skin over Android 12. This fifth iteration adds several gaming-focused widgets and other tweaks, but is still slightly rough around the edges.

You still get full Google access, including Discover to the left of the home screen. Nubia has included several of its own apps, but many of these can be uninstalled.

Annoyingly, the Red Magic 7 Pro still doesn’t let you swap out the default launcher for something different. The option is missing from the Settings app, which offers in-depth customisation but can be confusing at times.

The stripped-back UI of Red Magic OS is designed to get you gaming as quickly as possible. Activating Game Space via the physical slider takes you to a hub for all the titles you have installed.

It offers several tools to help maximise performance and minimise distractions. However, you can still quickly access key messaging apps, including WhatsApp, Telegram and Discord. It’s a bit confusing to navigate, but genuinely useful once you get the hang of it.

These days, Nubia phones are relatively quick to get new versions of Android after they launch. But the company hasn’t publicly committed to a specific number of years of software support. Considering Red Magic phones’ aggressive update cycle, that’s a cause for concern.

Price & availability

Nubia has kept things simple when it comes to Red Magic 7 Pro pricing, at least on the global version. It starts at £679/ $799 for 16GB RAM and 256GB of storage, but doubling the latter to 512GB will cost you £759/ $899.

To buy the phone, you’ll need to head to the Red Magic website in the UK and great SIM-only deal.

Considering you’ll need to buy the 7 Pro outright, that pricing may be a concern. The regular Red Magic 7 has a similar feature set and is significantly more affordable – starting from £529/$629 – while Asus’ ROG Phone 5 is only slightly more expensive. Plenty of other alternatives are available in our gaming phone chart.


It offers stunning performance, thanks to Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, a separate dedicated gaming chip and generous helpings of RAM. The large, silky-smooth AMOLED display is a joy to behold, complete with class-leading 960Hz touch sampling rate.

Elsewhere, a hefty 5000mAh cell delivers all-day battery life, while 65W fast charging means you’ve got a full charge back in less than 30 minutes. Even the rear cameras are impressive these days.

But it’s that front-facing camera that will divide opinion. Embedded under the display, its results are demonstrably worse than a traditional selfie lens. Nubia’s choice to drop the screen refresh rate to 120Hz also hurts part of the Red Magic line’s unique appeal.

Combined with a price hike, only the most dedicated gamers should pay extra for the Red Magic 7 Pro. Most will be happier with the regular model, or one of the growing number of alternatives.

Specs Nubia Red Magic 7 Pro: Specs

Android 12 with Red Magic OS 5.0

6.8in Full HD+ (1080×2400) OLED display, 20:9, 120Hz

Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 1

12/16 GB RAM

256/512GB internal storage (non-expandable)

64Mp main, 8Mp ultrawide, 2Mp macro cameras

16Mp selfie camera (under-display)

Fingerprint scanner (in-screen)

Wi-Fi 6E

Bluetooth 5.2



5G (mmWave, sub-6)


5,000 non-removable battery

65W wired charging

166.3 x 77.1 x 10 mm


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Red Magic 3S Review: An Underwhelming Update

Our Verdict

The Red Magic 3S builds on the success of its predecessor to provide an almost complete mobile gaming experience. If this is your first foray into the world of gaming phones, the high refresh rate display, front-facing stereo speakers and dedicated gaming mode are a delight to use. However, we’re disappointed with the lack of serious upgrades from the 3, particularly in retaining its chunky bezels and sub-par cameras. The 3S has ultimately fallen victim to Red Magic’s very aggressive update cycle.

The Red Magic 3 is the third gaming phone to be released by parent company Nubia in less than 12 months, as it continues its expansion into the European markets.

Hot on the heels of May’s Red Magic 3, the 3S offers the minor improvements typical of an ‘S’ update, while maintaining everything that made its predecessor such a success.

Pricing and availability

The Red Magic 3S was released in Nubia’s native China on September 9, but we had to wait until 16 October for a global release. 

The 3S is exactly the same price as the 3, so £419/ US$479 for 8GB RAM and 128GB storage, or £529/ US$599 if you want to bump up to 12GB and 256GB. 

At launch the Mecha Silver and Cyber Shade were the only options available, but the Eclipse Black variant joined the lineup from 22 November. 

That would put it on the more affordable side of dedicated gaming handsets, significantly undercutting the Asus ROG Phone 2 and Razer Phone 2, which start at £899/US$899 and £779/US$799 respectively.

Design and build

The 3S is instantly recognisable if you’ve seen the Red Magic 3, with the same 6.65in, 2340x1080p AMOLED display as its predecessor. Make no mistake, this is a big device, but if you’ve tried some of the latest phones from Apple or Samsung it shouldn’t be a problem.

The display itself, although not the highest resolution, is more than adequate for a mid-range handset and provides plenty of detail while gaming. However, we only recorded a maximum brightness of 294 nits, and had a difficult time using it in direct sunlight.

What’s more disappointing, however, is that the slightly dated front of the phone is unchanged.

The sizeable forehead and chin on the device do accommodate a fantastic set of front-facing stereo speakers, but there are still large black bars housing nothing more than a 16Mp selfie camera and LED notification light. The 3S also comes pre-installed with a screen protector, and there seems to be no safe way to remove it. 

The rear of the device retains the futuristic design of the 3, which is only amplified by the Cyber Shade option we tested. This is the only option if you’re looking for a 12GB/256GB version, so if you’d prefer the Eclipse Black or Mecha Silver variants you’ll have to be content with 8GB/128GB.

This is further enhanced by the RGB light strip, which Nubia say can be customised with multiple lighting effects and 16.8 million colour options. Unfortunately, we’re still waiting for additional functionality with music, notifications or incoming phone calls, so currently it’s a nice feature to have without being something that should influence your buying decision. 

The fingerprint scanner and camera module are in keeping with the rest of the phone, but the positioning of the latter means there is a significant wobble when on a table. 

The other design choices of note are on the sides of the device. As so many manufacturers are moving away from the 3.5mm headphone jack, Red Magic’s decision to retain it will likely prove very popular. 

The contact points on the left side are designed for use with the Magic Adapter, which adds an Ethernet port alongside additional USB-C and 3.5mm jack sockets. This is primarily to ensure that your hands are not obstructed during long gaming sessions.

Above this, there is the dedicated Game Space switch, while on the other side are the now-familiar shoulder triggers and a fan grille, part of what Nubia claims is its ‘redesigned cooling system’.

Despite weighing 215g, it fits comfortably in the hand, meaning long gaming sessions on-the-go shouldn’t be a problem.

Gamers rejoice

games available on the Google Play store.

Nubia has added a number of features to the 3S with the gamer in mind, the most notable of which being a 90Hz refresh rate. Combined with the the latest Snapdragon 855+ processor, it is a joy to use, with buttery smooth graphics and superb responsiveness throughout the UI.

You can see the benefits of the increased refresh rate throughout the phone, particularly in apps with a lot of dynamic multimedia content, but you also get a significant boost when playing graphic-intensive games.

Combined with an Adreno 640 GPU and 8 or 12 GB of RAM, this phone should be able to handle anything you throw at it. However, with the exception of the Snapdragon 855+, all these internals were present in the 3, making you question the validity of a new release. 

 There is a clear performance boost, as can be seen from the benchmarks below, but you’re unlikely to notice any real-world enhancements. For reference, we tested the more expensive 12GB/256GB model. 

The internals work in tandem with version 2.1 of Red Magic’s Game Space, a dedicated mode aimed at enhancing your gaming experience and minimising distractions.

Activated via a physical switch reminiscent of an alert slider, here you can dial up the CPU and activate a 4D shock mode, as well as capture your gameplay to share with others.

If the device does get hot, you can manually enable the fan, but even at its maximum it should not interfere too much with your gaming experience. Nubia claims the Red Magic 3S is capable of up to 18°C of cooling, and with this new system we can see how.

We tested a selection of what we believe to be the  best Android games of all time, and the Red Magic 3S blazed through them all without a hitch.

In addition to the aforementioned Magic Adapter, Red Magic offers a number of other accessories for the 3S. While earphones and a protective case seem pretty standard, the Pro Handle helps make it feel like a genuine handheld console. However, as each handle is sold separately, the full, dual-controller experience will set you back an additional £71.80/ $79.80.

A superb set of front-facing stereo speakers, complete with DTS:X support, guarantee an immersive media experience regardless of whether or not you choose to use headphones. The audio from the 3S is rich and full-bodied, with gaming sound effects unsurprisingly being its forte. 

Software and features

General performance with the 3S is predictably excellent, blazing through anything and everything we could throw at it. It can easily function as both a gaming device and a productivity powerhouse.

The 3S runs Nubia’s custom OS over Android 9 Pie out of the box. The company confirmed to us that a future update to Android 10 will be coming, but an availability date is yet to be revealed. . 

The company’s skin is relatively light, with squared icons and its own SMS and gallery apps among the most noticeable changes. We’re disappointed that it lacks the Digital Wellbeing functionality that you can find on ‘stock’ versions Android, particularly with the chance of becoming immersed in long gaming sessions. You also lose the gesture-based navigation option, so you’ll have to stick with software buttons for now. 

The face unlock is remarkably fast, rivalling OnePlus phones for pure speed. It does lack the security of something like Apple’s Face ID, but is a convenient alternative use of biometrics that works well.

It was our go-to method of unlocking the phone during testing, as the fingerprint scanner was a bit hit and miss. Despite being in a natural position on the rear of the device, its angular shape meant it often didn’t recognise our print at the first time of asking.

The Red Magic 3S makes sacrifices in an area so many mid-range phones do – the cameras. It features a single 48Mp, f/1.7 Sony rear sensor, complete with HDR, while on the front there’s a 16Mp selfie camera.

On paper these specs sound impressive, but as we know from the likes of Google’s Pixel devices, so much of the end result is determined by software.

In good lighting the Red Magic performs adequately, producing vibrant, punchy shots which are slightly lacking in dynamic range. It handles subjects particularly well, but tends to blow out the background. The camera’s performance in low light is enhanced greatly by a built-in night mode. This takes a few seconds to process, and shots are significantly brighter but with little improvement in detail. 

The front-facing camera includes a beauty mode, but rather disappointingly this is set to 2/10 by default. One of the first things we did was turn this off, and in our samples the subject is in good detail yet the background is incredibly overexposed.

The rear camera also supports video recording up to 8k. This does drop the frame rate down to 15fps, and remains in beta at the time of writing.

However, in regular use the lack of any image stabilisation means handheld videos from the 3S are disappointingly shaky.

Battery life is an area where the phone excels, with the 5000mAh cell recording an impressive 10 hours and 7 minutes In Geekbench 4’s battery test. The battery regularly lasted us at least a day and a half, and this often included some pretty intense games testing.

The phone is also capable of fast charging, thanks to the included 18W adapter. While this is unable to rival the likes of OnePlus’s warp charge, we were able to get a respectable 35% battery in just 30 minutes.


As so many flagship smartphones pursue a bezel-less design, the Red Magic 3S unapologetically compromises on screen-to-body ratio to provide an immersive gaming experience.

While it should be judged on this first and foremost, the fact is that smartphones in 2023 are expected to be adept at pretty much everything.

The cameras, software and design of the 3S have all seen very few design changes from the previous model, so it’s a tough sell unless you’re looking for a capable gaming phone on a budget.

Related stories for further reading Specs Nubia Red Magic 3S: Specs

Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+

Adreno 640 GPU

8/12GB RAM

128/256GB of UFS 3.0 storage

5000mAh battery with 27W quick charge

6.65in FHD+ HDR AMOLED display with 90Hz refresh rate

Front-facing stereo speakers DTS:X support Game Space 2.1

Touch-sensitive shoulder triggers

Front-facing 16Mp camera

Rear-facing 48Mp camera

Up to 8K@15fps video recording

Redesigned cooling system designed to reduce CPU temps by up to 18°C

Nubia Red Magic 6 Series With 165Hz Display, Snapdragon 888 Launched In China

The first gaming smartphone of 2023 has arrived. Nubia has unveiled the Red Magic 6 and Red Magic 6 Pro in China today. These are the company’s first smartphones after a strategic partnership with Tencent Games to deliver a better gaming experience.

Nubia Red Magic 6: Specifications

The key attraction of the Nubia Red Magic 6 series has to be the display. Nubia has packed a 6.8-inch Full-HD+ AMOLED display with a 20:9 aspect ratio, 10-bit color depth with DCI-P3 color gamut, 1000000:1 contrast ratio, and a 2400 x 1080-pixel resolution.

The highlight here is that it supports a 165Hz refresh rate. The device flaunts a 500Hz touch sampling rate for a single finger with an 8ms response time and a 360Hz touch sampling rate for multiple fingers with an 8.8ms response time. In case you are not aware of these terms, check out our article on the difference between refresh rate and touch sampling rate. Nubia says that there are over 100 games that support the 165Hz refresh rate and will work with gaming brands including Tencent, NetEase, and more for widespread adoption.

Nubia has introduced ICE 6.0 VC liquid cooling technology to keep the device cool during extended gaming sessions. In terms of optics, the Red Magic 6 equips a 64MP AI triple camera setup. The device draws juice from a massive 5,050mAh battery with 66W fast-charging support. That should charge the device up to 60 percent in 15 minutes and 100 percent in 38 minutes.

Nubia Red Magic 6 Pro: Specifications

Nubia Red Magic 6 Pro sports the same 6.8-inch Full-HD+ AMOLED display with a 165Hz refresh rate as the regular Red Magic 6. The chipset is the same as well. For cooling, the Red Magic 6 Pro offers ICE 6.0 7-layer multi-dimensional cooling system with a built-in centrifugal fan capable of going up to 20,000 rpm. It features an aluminum-ice edge cooling design and has a cooling area of up to 18,000 square millimeters. Nubia claims that its cooling system can effectively reduce the CPU temperature up to 16-degrees Celcius.

The Red Magic OS 4.0 on the Red Magic 6 Pro comes with new themes, Tencent-themed wallpapers, and an e-sports mode for a better gaming experience. The device comes with dual algorithmic voice noise cancellation for better call quality and reduced background noise during games. You can also cast your phone’s screen to a PC for playing mobile games on a larger screen.

Red Magic 6 Pro Transparent Edition

Nubia has also launched a transparent edition of the Red Magic 6 Pro. This is also the world’s first smartphone with 18GB of RAM. You can take a look at the device in the teaser video below:

Price and Availability

The Red Magic 6 will be available in two colors, namely Carbon fiber black and Neon. The Pro model, on the other hand, will retail in Iron Black and Ice Blade Silver color variants. All these devices go on sale starting from 11th March. Take a look at the prices below:

Red Magic 6

8GB + 128GB – CNY 3,799 (~Rs. 42,700)

12GB + 128GB – CNY 4,099 (~Rs. 46,000)

12GB + 256GB – CNY 4,399 (~Rs. 49,500)

Red Magic 6 Pro

12GB + 128GB – CNY 4,399 (~Rs. 49,500)

12GB + 256GB – CNY 4,799 (~Rs. 53,999)

16GB + 256GB – CNY 5,299 (~Rs. 59,600)

Lastly, the prices of the Red Magic 6 Pro Transparent edition are listed below:

16GB + 256GB – CNY 5,599 (~Rs. 62,999)

18GB + 512GB – CNY 6,599 (~Rs. 74,200)

We will have to wait until the global launch event, set for March 16, to know more in terms of the global pricing and availability.

Buying A Company? 7 Red Flags That Are Actually Great Buying Opportunities

The idea of purchasing a business from someone else is alluring. Entrepreneurs understand how to start a business from scratch, but many underestimate the risks involved in buying an existing company. Without enough research and forethought, it’s easy to wind up purchasing a colossal dud.

Further, what may seem like a poor business opportunity at first could turn into the deal of a lifetime. Here are the most common red flags that could be actual goldmines.

7 Red Flags That are Actually Great Buying Opportunities 1. Suspect Reason for Selling

Business owners never sell their companies on a whim. There are many reasons companies go up for sale. For instance, the owner might be ready to retire.

Sometimes, business is booming, and the owner just wants one final payout before exiting. Others may be nervous about a competitor moving into the area and worry they will lose customers.

It’s up to the buyer to determine if there’s any merit behind the owner’s reasoning. Buyers can use the owner’s reason for selling as a price negotiating tactic. It may even turn into a blessing in disguise.

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2. Shady Financial Status

Once an entrepreneur purchases a business, they are also responsible all of its financial obligations. A potential buyer should investigate the company’s financial statements thoroughly before making a deal.

Never take the owner’s word at face value. Instead, compare all internal financial documents against past tax returns.

It’s also wise to audit the accounting department to ensure there aren’t any outstanding invoices. If there are unpaid bills, determine if the company has enough working capital to repay them.

Knowing any financial pitfalls will help the buyer during the negotiation process. Too many outstanding bills should make it easier to demand a lower selling price.

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3. Costly Repairs

Just like most home buyers wouldn’t make an offer without seeing the property, entrepreneurs shouldn’t purchase a business without touring the premises. If the seller hesitates to schedule a tour, it’s crucial to find out why.

They may be hiding something they hope a potential buyer won’t see. During a showing, be sure to inspect everything. Is the equipment outdated or inoperable?

Does the building need costly repairs? Answering in the affirmative will cost money upfront, but that doesn’t mean buying the business is a bad idea.

Repairing the facility will improve employee morale and reduce turnover. Upgrading the equipment will streamline production and increase revenue over time.

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4. Low Customer Reviews

Thanks to the internet, it’s easy to find customer reviews for nearly every business out there. Before making an offer, be sure to see what former and current customers have to say about the company. Never rely only on the brand’s own website for reviews.

Instead, check out third-party platforms, such as Yelp or Google, for completely unbiased reviews.

Is there a lot of negative feedback? Don’t run away from the deal just yet. Rebranding could entice former customers to come back and draw in a new audience.

Since rebranding can be a long process, the buyer should demand a reduced price before taking over the business. After an effective rebranding, customer satisfaction surveys will improve, and the company will start making a lot more money.

5. High Turnover Rate

Buying a business also means acquiring its current employees. How many of these workers are happy to be there? Always inspect a company’s employee records before making a final deal.

These documents show how often workers are terminated or quit. A high turnover rate may indicate unhappy employees or mismanagement.

A high turnover rate is a red flag, but it’s a fixable one. Since it costs an average of $4,000 to onboard a new employee, retaining existing talent is a must. It’s possible to improve morale through team-building exercises, better communication, and transparent management.

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6. Discretionary Earnings

How much cash flow is left after calculating all expenses? This amount is known as discretionary earnings, and no, it’s not always the profit or loss reported when filing taxes.

Many business owners run expenses through the business that aren’t necessary for daily operation. Anyone looking to buy a business should analyze the company’s discretionary earnings before making an offer.

Revenue alone doesn’t always paint a clear picture of a company’s success. For example, a decrease in discretionary income could suggest issues with sales and profits. Instead of running away from the deal, it’s time to negotiate a lower price.

The right buyer should view these financial discrepancies as a prime opportunity to reduce expenses, improve accounting procedures, and boost overall revenues.

7. Market Trends

The world is constantly evolving, and companies thriving today could become a thing of the past tomorrow. That’s why it’s vital to perform plenty of market research before buying a business.

Examine how the industry is performing in the area. Is there still a need for this type of product or service? Finding direct competitors in the area is a good sign.

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Negotiate These Red Flags

When browsing businesses for sale, prospective buyers are bound to run into a few red flags. However, that doesn’t mean it’s time to write off these companies.

It may be possible to turn these warning signs into lucrative opportunities. Negotiate to buy a company for a lower price today and you could make a fortune in the future.

Should I Upgrade To Oneplus 7 Pro?

Should I Upgrade To OnePlus 7 Pro? OnePlus 6 vs OnePlus 6T vs OnePlus 7 vs OnePlus 7 Pro

I have compared some of the noticeable features that actually make a difference. If any feature remains unchanged from the previous variant, then clearly the older remains the winner in that category as it was available earlier and cheaper.

General Features

Category Features OnePlus 6 OnePlus 6T OnePlus 7 OnePlus 7 Pro Verdict Winner


Operating System Android v9.0 (pie) Android v9.0 (pie) Android v9.0 (pie) Android v9.0 (pie) Oxygen OS updates are provided regularly. OnePlus 6

SIM Slot Dual SIM, GSM+GSM, Dual VoLTE Dual SIM, GSM+GSM, Dual VoLTE Dual SIM, GSM+GSM, Dual VoLTE Dual SIM, GSM+GSM, Dual VoLTE No scope of Improvement OnePlus 6

Colours Midnight Black, Mirror Black, Silk White, Red Midnight Black, Mirror Black, Purple Red, Mirror Grey Nebula Blue, Mirror Grey, and Almond OnePlus 7 Pro offers newer but less appealing colour.Also, the traditional black which attracts the majority of users is missing. OnePlus 6

Fingerprint Sensor Rear On-screen On-screen On-screen On-screen sensor does seem to have issues but is being updated constantly OnePlus 6T

Sensors Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope Light sensor, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Compass, Gyroscope All sensors available in all variants OnePlus 6

The Fingerprint Sensor has been upgraded from the normal rear to On-screen in all the three variants. Though this technology is still facing issues and does not unlock the phone for many in the first go, but it is still a worthwhile feature to cherish. The device manufacturers are constantly researching on the limitations and providing system updates to improve it.

As for the colors, the OnePlus 7 Pro colors are not very appealing with an exception of Nebula Blue. The Black version which OnePlus 6 features was the most selling variant of all. Of course, Users can always use a back cover and customize the look, but the coverless beauty is more pleasing and even the special editions of Red and Purple looked fascinating.

Variant General

OnePlus 6 4

OnePlus 6T 1

OnePlus 7 0

OnePlus 7 Pro 0

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Display Features

Category Features OnePlus 6 OnePlus 6T OnePlus 7 OnePlus 7 Pro Verdict Winner


Resolution 1080×2280 px, 402 PPI 1080×2340 px, 402 PPI 1080×2340 px, 402 PPI 1440×3120 px, 515 PPI OnePlus 7 Pro has indeed greater resolution with higher pixel density. OnePlus 7 Pro

Bezel-less display Yes, with Notch Yes, with Waterdrop notch Yes, with Waterdrop notch Yes, Notchless There is no Notch. OnePlus 7 Pro

Display Type Optic AMOLED Optic AMOLED Optic AMOLED Fluid AMOLED Fluid AMOLED supports 90Hz which means the screen would be refreshed 90 times per second. OnePlus 7 Pro

Screen Size 6.28″ (15.95 cm) 6.41″ (16.28 cm) 6.41″ (16.28 cm) 6.67″ (16.94 cm) The increase in screen size can be observed only between OnePlus 6 & 7 Pro with a difference of 1 cm which is negligible. OnePlus 6

When speaking of display, OnePlus 7 Pro clearly wins the round with better resolution, no notch display and Fluid Amoled display. However, the 1 cm increased screen size is not a feature to die for.

The resolution in OnePlus 7 Pro has improved over all three variants. And that even looks better with a notch-less display giving rise to popup selfie camera. The fluid Amoled display has the capability to refresh the screen 90 times per second as compared to the normal 60 times found in most phones. This would help us while streaming live videos and playing games like PUBG which would constantly refresh enabling the user to view the most current screen.

The screen size increased 0.5 cm from OnePlus 6 to OnePlus 6T & 7 and increased a bit more of 0.5 cm in OnePlus 7 Pro, making it 1 cm larger than OnePlus 6 which is a negligible difference.

Points Table

Variant General Display

OnePlus 6 4 1

OnePlus 6T 1 0

OnePlus 7 0 0

OnePlus 7 Pro 0 3

Performance Features

Category Features OnePlus 6 OnePlus 6T OnePlus 7 OnePlus 7 Pro Verdict Winner


Processor Octa core (2.8 GHz Quad core + 1.8GHz Quadcore) Octa core (2.8 GHz Quad core + 1.8GHz Quadcore) Octa core (2.84 GHz Singlecore + 2.42 GHz Tricore + 1.8GHz Quadcore) Octa core (2.84 GHz Singlecore + 2.42 GHz Tricore + 1.8GHz Quadcore) Undisputedly faster OnePlus 7

RAM 6 GB & 8 GB 6 GB & 8 GB & 10GB 6 GB & 8 GB 6 GB & 8 GB & 12GB A 6GB phone never freezes as per my personal experience. Not sure if there are any apps that require 10 or 12 GB of RAM. OnePlus 6

Storage 64 GB & 128 GB 64 GB & 128 GB & 256GB 128 GB & 256 GB 128 GB & 256 GB The Quantity and Quality of Media is on a constant rise. The more storage you have the better especially if your phone does not support expandable memory. OnePlus 6T

Expandable Memory No No No No No expandable memory OnePlus 6

Chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Snapdragon 855 is significantly improved by all means. OnePlus 7

Graphics Adreno 630 Adreno 630 Adreno 640 Adreno 640 Adreno 640 has a 20% improved performance over Adreno 630. But, it would hardly make any difference while playing PUBG or Asphalt OnePlus 6

USB OTG Support YES YES YES YES All devices support an external flash drive OnePlus 6

This is the most important section of features which actually makes any real difference between two devices.

The processor in OnePlus 7 Series in undoubtedly faster. Qualcomm has cleverly integrated three different types of cores into one chipset of Snapdragon 855 making it the faster mobile processor yet. Also, integrated into this chipset is Adreno 640 which has a guaranteed 20% improved performance over Adreno 630 which is featured in the OnePlus 6 series. However, that 20% is unlikely to be observed by the users, yet.

When it comes to RAM, the more the better, is the common notion. But, too much RAM will not be beneficial until there are Apps and Processes that can reap its benefits. In most cases, even 6GB of RAM stays idle, let alone 8 + GB. There is no point in spending money on greater technology, which is not useful.

With no support for expandable memory and USB OTG support in all, this section ends up in a stalemate for all variants.

Finally, speaking of inbuilt storage one must take notice that there is no scope of expandable memory. The number of tasks one can perform on mobile devices has also increased. This has resulted in increase of the number of files that need to be stored on a mobile. Also, the quality of media has increased from SD to HD with 1080 resolution. All these points lead to obtaining a device with the maximum storage possible. A 256 GB storage capacity would be decent and was available in OnePlus 6T.

Points Table

Variant General Display Performance

OnePlus 6 4 1 4

OnePlus 6T 1 0 1

OnePlus 7 0 0 2

OnePlus 7 Pro 0 3 0

Camera Features

Category Features OnePlus 6 OnePlus 6T OnePlus 7 OnePlus 7 Pro Verdict Winner


Camera Rear 16 MP + 20 MP 16 MP + 20 MP 48 MP + 5 MP 48 MP + 16 MP + 8MP Three cameras with one reaching the sky with 48mp is undoubtedly the best. OnePlus 7 Pro

Camera Front 16MP 16MP 16MP 16MP All devices have the same front camera OnePlus 6

Physical Aperture F1.7 F1.7 F1.7 F1.6 Slight improvement but the difference would be overlooked OnePlus 6

Image Resolution 4616 x 3464 Pixels 4616 x 3464 Pixels 8000 x 6000 Pixels 8000 x 6000 Pixels Resolution does matter. The higher, the better. OnePlus 7

Camera Features 2 x Digital Zoom 2 x Digital Zoom 2 x Digital Zoom Digital Zoom, 3 x Optical Zoom Optical zoom helps in clearity for distant captures OnePlus 7 Pro

A 48 MP camera will undoubtedly work wonders for all photography enthusiasts. Supporting that for increasing depth focus, two additional cameras of 8 and 16MP have been added in OnePlus 7 Pro making it a clear winner. It has also inculcated 3x optical zoom which helps to zoom out further while maintaining clarity. The image resolution has also increased to 8000 x 6000 pixels.

However, OnePlus did not increase the Selfie camera and it remains constant at 16MP for all variants. The physical aperture, which determines how much light is allowed in the camera, remains almost the same.

Points Table

Variant General Display Performance Camera

OnePlus 6 4 1 4 2

OnePlus 6T 1 0 1 0

OnePlus 7 0 0 2 1

OnePlus 7 Pro 0 3 0 2

Battery Features

Category Features OnePlus 6 OnePlus 6T OnePlus 7 OnePlus 7 Pro Verdict Winner


Battery 3300 3700 3700 4000 The phone is used for multiple tasks other than receiving calls. We all need as much battery as possible. OnePlus 7 Pro

Wireless Charging   No   No   No   No Wireless charing not supported yet. OnePlus 6

Quick Charging Dash Dash, 50 % in 28 minutes Dash Warp, 48 % in 20 minutes The faster, the better. OnePlus 7 Pro

A day without using a mobile phone is unimaginable. The more you use it, the more juice you need. A perfect device would be the one which stores more charge and gets charged faster than others. Only OnePlus 7 Pro satisfies both these requirements making it a must have device. However, Wireless charging technology has not been introduced by OnePlus into any of its devices.

Points Table

Variant General Display Performance Camera Battery

OnePlus 6 4 1 4 2 1

OnePlus 6T 1 0 1 0 0

OnePlus 7 0 0 2 1 0

OnePlus 7 Pro 0 3 0 2 2

Media Features

Category Features OnePlus 6 OnePlus 6T OnePlus 7 OnePlus 7 Pro Verdict Winner


Audio Jack 3.5 mm USB Type-C USB Type-C USB Type-C I do miss the 3.5mm jack but with a suitable adapter, I can still use them on any device OnePlus 6T

FM Radio No No No No No FM Radio support in all devices OnePlus 6

A 3.5mm headphone jack, though sought-after till now by many, is considered obsolete. A suitable adapter can assist you to use your old 3.5mm headphones with USB Type C jack in the newer phones. It just that you can’t charge and plug in your headphones at the same time. But, we have something called Wireless Bluetooth Headphones invented a long time ago.

FM Radio is not available on any of the OnePlus devices.

Points Table

Variant General Display Performance Camera Battery Media

OnePlus 6 4 1 4 2 1 1

OnePlus 6T 1 0 1 0 0 1

OnePlus 7 0 0 2 1 0 0

OnePlus 7 Pro 0 3 0 2 2 0

The Final Assessment

Points Table

Variant General Display Performance Camera Battery Media TOTAL

OnePlus 6 4 1 4 2 1 1 13

OnePlus 6T 1 0 1 0 0 1 3

OnePlus 7 0 0 2 1 0 0 3

OnePlus 7 Pro 0 3 0 2 2 0 7

The journey of comparing the OnePlus devices has finally ended and the results have been surprising enough with OnePlus 6 getting more points. But this does not mean that OnePlus 6 is better than OnePlus 7 Pro. It only implies that with an increased cost as that of OnePlus 7 Pro, there was definitely more it could offer.

OnePlus 7 Pro does offer a better camera, a faster processing chipset, a notch-less display and an improved battery life with quicker charging capabilities, but it could also have included other features offered by other flagship phones like wireless charging, additional sensors, expandable memory, selfie camera and FM radio.

Finally, if you are a OnePlus 6 user, you must upgrade to OnePlus 7 Pro, as it has some incredible features combing the best of OnePlus 6T and OnePlus 7 along with its own. However, if you own a OnePlus 6T or a OnePlus 7, then you must take your decision based on what features OnePlus 7 Pro offers and how much you really need them.

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Ipad Pro Diary: Apple’s Magic Keyboard Intrigued Me Enough To Order One

Apple’s Magic Keyboard with trackpad for iPad may be the first of the company’s iPad keyboards to persuade me to switch from Brydge.

The company’s Smart Keyboard and Smart Keyboard Folio products didn’t impress me. The typing feel wasn’t good, they didn’t balance well on my lap and overall had the feel of something cheap and plasticky. That’s the reason I’ve so far stuck with Brydge keyboards.

But early indications are that the Magic Keyboard may be the one to win me over …

There are a lot of things I love about Brydge keyboards. The aesthetics are very Apple-like, giving the ensemble a very MacBook-like look. It’s always bemused me that Brydge keyboards look like they were made by Apple, while ones made by Apple don’t. Build quality is fantastic. I love the typing action, very much like MacBooks of old. Backlighting is really handy in some situations. And battery-life is great.

But as soon as Apple switched to the slim bezel design for the iPad Pro, that posed a big challenge for Brydge. The clamping mechanism had to be redesigned, and while Brydge did a great job, it doesn’t inspire as much confidence – and sliding the iPad in and out is definitely a lot fiddlier than it used to be.

Apple’s magnetic floating design looks far easier to use.

I use my iPad a lot, and my usage is typically split between keyboard and non-keyboard use. With the keyboard, I use it to write personal blog posts, some work ones, fiction, and longer emails.

Without the keyboard, I use it as an ebook reader, for Netflix, for web-browsing, newspaper apps, and many more things far better suited to a tablet than a laptop or laptop-like device.

With the Brydge setup, it’s just slightly awkward to switch back-and-forth between the two form-factors. With Apple’s Magic Keyboard, it looks like it couldn’t be easier.

The first time I tried a trackpad keyboard with my iPad, I wasn’t convinced.

As for the value of a trackpad on an iPad, I’m honestly not sold. I expected to like it a lot, as it seemed to offer the best of both worlds, but in practice I’ve found it quite clunky. Even with the Accessibility pointer set to its minimum size, it’s quite visually distracting, and in use it never felt like it was any faster or easier than simply using the touchscreen — often the opposite.

But that was using the clunky Accessibility feature. The mainstream trackpad support found in iOS 13.4 will, I think, be a very different experience.

The Magic Keyboard also seems to address two of the things I didn’t like about Apple’s earlier efforts: the limited-travel keyboards, and lack of stability when using it on your lap. Early reviews suggest the Magic Keyboard feel is similar to that of the 16-inch MacBook Pro, which I love, and that it balances well on your lap.

The proof, as ever, will be in the typing. But from early indications, I’m optimistic. Mine arrives tomorrow, and I’ll report back on my first impressions in the next day or two.

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