Nubia Red Magic 3 packs

The Nubia Red Magic 3 packs a lot of features for a gaming phone, and it’s also the most affordable Snapdragon 855-powered gaming unit in the market right now. Everything from a high refresh-rate display to the ability to tweak CPU and GPU speeds to a literal fan inside the body and RGB lights, this is essentially what we expect from gaming smartphones these days. But it would’ve been all the more better if the performance also matched the feature list. Unfortunately, the phone doesn’t come across as well-optimised to utilise the sustained high-performance while gaming, as indicated by the frame rates most games delivered. There’s work to do and Nubia could just as well finish the job via a software update.
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The Nubia Red Magic 3 pits itself against the Black Shark 2 and the OnePlus 7 Pro, both of which come with souped-up gaming capabilities. The feature set is right up there with the other two, and in some cases, surpasses the Black Shark 2 and the OnePlus 7 Pro. However, the performance of the phone isn’t all that good as compared to the Black Shark 2 and the OnePlus 7 Pro, especially while gaming. Right when it counts, the Red Magic 3 is unable to match up to the frame rates delivered by the Black Shark 2 and the OnePlus 7 Pro on games like Shadowgun Legends, NFS No Limits and Infinity Ops.

Performance :-
The Red Magic 3 was touted to be the fastest smartphone in the world based on the AnTuTu scores. It has the Snapdragon 855 under the hood, coupled with 8GB LPDDR4X RAM and 128GB UFS 2.1 storage in the unit we received for review. There’s literally a fan inside the phone, placed on top of the SoC to draw heat away and expel it out through a vent on the right edge. The fan can kick in automatically when needed, or you can choose to keep it on all the time. It does make a whirring noise when it spins, but unless you press your ear against the vent, you won’t hear it. There’s also a 12GB RAM variant with 256GB storage which is more expensive. As such, the 8GB RAM variant of the Red Magic 3 is the most affordable flagship gaming phone you can buy right now. Where does it stand in comparison to other flagships? These are the scores

Front Camera and Read Camera :-

While most people buying the Red Magic 3 will focus primarily on gaming, the single 48MP camera on the back of this gaming phone is not bad at all. In fact, it left us mildly surprised. The camera hardware includes the 48MP sensor (vendor unknown) along with an f/1.7 lens without any sort of stabilisation whatsoever. The focus is far away from offering a versatile and flexible camera. There’s no hardware-based portrait mode, neither does it have a wide-angle lens, or a telephoto zoom lens. Instead, there is a software-based portrait mode and the single camera does one thing and does it pretty well.