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Nubia is a Chinese smartphone maker that started out as a subsidiary of ZTE when it was formed in 2012 but went on to become an independent company in 2015. Its Red Magic gaming sub-brand is popular for offering high-performing parts at a lower price. Visit the Nubia forums.

Nubia is working on a phone with an electrochromic back

Nubia, the former offshoot of ZTE and now an independent smartphone brand, looks to be working on making its phones even more beautiful on the outside, if a teaser posted on Chinese site Weibo are to be believed. A video posted to the site and captioned “The new technology of the Red Devils [Red Magic]...

Unofficial LineageOS 17.1 now available for the ASUS ROG Phone 3 and Nubia Red Magic 5G

LineageOS can easily be titled the holy grail of custom ROMs. Throughout the year, we have seen the list of officially supported LineageOS 17.1 devices grow. Moreover, many developers take advantage of the open-source nature of the project and unofficially bring the goodness of vanilla Android with LineageOS specific tweaks to various devices from different...

The RedMagic Cyberpods are low-latency TWS earphones for gaming

There’s no shortage of wireless gaming headsets on the market — even Bose got in on the action — but there aren’t that many true wireless earphones designed with low-latency gaming in mind. If you’re looking for something discreet and next level, RedMagic’s new Cyberpods might be for you. Weighing in at just 5g, there are...

Google Pixel 5, Pixel 4a 5G, Samsung Galaxy S20 FE, Galaxy M51, and Nubia Red Magic 5S forums are open

It’s been a busy month for smartphone releases, and there are no signs of that slowing down. After opening up forums for the ZenFone 7, Moto G9, and two new Realme devices, we’re opening up the floodgates for more devices for people to chat about. Our forums for the Google Pixel 5, Google Pixel 4a...

Nubia Red Magic 5S gaming smartphone with the Snapdragon 865, 144Hz display launches globally for €579/$579

Over the summer, Nubia unveiled its latest gaming smartphone, the Red Magic 5S, which was subsequently made available in China. Now, Nubia is launching that device globally along with a sleek cooling attachment to keep you gaming longer. Design-wise, the Nubia Red Magic 5S has a definite gamer-aesthetic, at least in the Pulse color variant. The...

Nubia Red Magic 5S with 144Hz display and active cooling fan launched in China

Earlier this year in March, Nubia unveiled its first 5G-enabled gaming smartphone — the Red Magic 5G — in China. Powered by Qualcomm's flagship Snapdragon 865 chip and featuring a 144Hz high refresh rate display, the Red Magic 5G offered users one of the smoothest mobile gaming experiences out there at a relatively affordable price....

Motorola Moto G8 Plus, Nubia Mini 5G, and Realme 1/U1 Android Pie kernel sources are now available

Publishing the kernel source of an Android-powered smartphone is needed for the OEM to comply with the GNU General Public License v2, and it also helps third-party developers to build custom recoveries and ROMs for that device. An ideal kernel source release should be accompanied by appropriate commit history, and all the dependencies are expected...

Unleash the true performance of the Red Magic 5G with this custom kernel

Nubia's Red Magic gaming smartphones are known for their high-end hardware configurations. Their latest flagship offering is the Red Magic 5G - a Snapdragon 865 SoC-powered phone that also carries a 144Hz high refresh rate AMOLED display, a 4,500mAh battery with support for 55W fast charging, and last but not least, a rotating fan for...

Red Magic 5G Lite, OPPO A52, OPPO A72, HTC Desire 20 Pro, and HTC U20 5G forums are open

Earlier this month, the smartphone industry saw some interesting events, including a revival moment for HTC. The forsaken smartphone brand launched two new smartphones including one 5G device powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 765G. Meanwhile, Nubia also launched a Lite variant of its Red Magic 5G gaming smartphone with a 120Hz AMOLED display and the Snapdragon...

Red Magic 5G Lite launches in Spain with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G and 120Hz display

Nubia's Red Magic series has been in the news a lot recently, specifically thanks to the Red Magic 5G. Originally launched in March, Nubia's flagship gaming smartphone with a 144Hz display has slowly been made available in more regions and color options. Now, the company is announcing the Red Magic 5G Lite, a phone very...

The Red Magic 5G Eclipse Black model with 12GB of RAM is now available globally

The Red Magic 5G is a phone with a high value-for-money quotient. It raises the standard for a gaming smartphone even higher with features like a Snapdragon 865 processor, a 144Hz display, shoulder triggers for gaming, active airflow ventilation thanks to a built-in fan, and more. We recently reviewed this device and walked out pretty...

Nubia Play may launch internationally as the Red Magic 5G Lite

Shortly after the launch of the flagship Red Magic 5G in March this year, Nubia unveiled a new mid-range gaming smartphone called the Nubia Play 5G in China. Powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 765G chip, the Nubia Play 5G featured a 6.65-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED display with an impressive 144Hz refresh rate and 240Hz touch sampling...