The RedMagic Gaming Tablet Will Feature Amazing Specs

Credit: RedMagic

Who said that the Nintendo Switch needs to remain the only handheld gaming console in town? Nubia is preparing to release a new tablet that features powerful specs, and it shall be dedicated to gaming.

Known simply as the RedMagic gaming tablet, the upcoming device is set to launch today, July 5. It’s enough to take a short peek at the tablet’s specs to realize that Nubia really means business.

The RedMagic gaming tablet features the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset

Notebookcheck has spotted the specs of the forthcoming tablet via Weibo. Perhaps the most impressive specification is represented by the 144Hz refresh rate of the display, which will surely grant high-quality gaming sessions for long hours. The screen measures 12.1 inches and will reach 600 nits of brightness in order to assure the user that he can play his favorite games even when the sun shines brightly in the sky. The tablet will also get its power from the Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 chipset, which is another confirmation that future buyers can expect only high-end gaming.

Nubia has confirmed the existence of ‘2.5K’ and a 16:10 aspect ratio that implies a 2,560 x 1,600-pixel native resolution for the RedMagic gaming tablet.

If you thought, by any chance, that the good news is over when it comes to the forthcoming RedMagic gaming tablet, well, you should definitely think again! The tablet also features a 240 Hz touch sampling rate, as well as a 100% DCI-P3 color space coverage.

The RedMagic gaming tablet is expected to launch alongside the RedMagic 8S Pro, a new smartphone that’s “related” to the Red Magic 8 Pro that came out back in late 2022. Since the 8 Pro model features an impressive 6,000mAh battery, we can expect at least the same from the 8S Pro model. However, only time will tell for sure, so make sure to stay tuned for more info on the subject!

Cristian Antonescu
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