Redmagic 6 Pro Gaming Phones 165Hz Display Specifications and price

Nubia released Tencent Redmagic 6 Pro Gaming Phones 165Hz refresh rate flat Display, Last year Gizmoweek reviews 144Hz refresh rate Redmagic gaming phones, updated version of Redmagic 6 Pro display refresh 165 times per second.

165 frames rate can bring super games delicate picture quality and enjoy the spectacular, high-refresh-rate screens hitting, more interested in battery life, redmagic 6 pro largest batteries at a whopping 4,500mAh, display resolution 1080p, support 10bit 1.07 billion colors and DCI-P3, 500Hz touch sampling rate for a single finger and up to 360Hz touch sampling rate, better performance in shooting games.

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Rendering in 1080p is definitely easier on the battery than 2K display. app setting support 60Hz, 90Hz 120Hz and 165Hz free switch, because it is flat displays, better at preventing false touches on phones with curved displays.

Redmagic 6 Pro come with 2 shoulder buttons (spec: capacitance, 400Hz touch sampling rate) , support fingerprint unlock under in the screen.

Redmagic 6 use Snapdragon 888 SoC, 12GB/16GB LPDDR5 and 256GB ROM UFS 3.1 , upgrade from glass material cover to metal, in the phone to dissipate the heat are some of the methods employed, which pairs liquid cooling with an internal “turbo fan.”

Redmagic 6 Pro Camera :

Ultra HD main camera 64MP
Ultra wide-angle camera 8MP
Macro camera 2MP
Front 8MP customized ultra-small camera

RedMagic 6 Pro Price

RedMagic 6 Pro come with black, Cyber Neon, Transparent color 12GB RAM 256GB ROM price at 4799.00 RMB ( US$ 745 USD ), 16 + 256GB version price at 5299 RMB ( US$ 820 ), RedMagic 6 Pro transparent version 16GB + 256GB price at 5599 RMB ( US$ 866 ) , 18GB + 512GB price at 6599 RMB ( US$ 1020)

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