The ZTE nubia Red Magic 3S is scheduled to debut tomorrow but the phone already managed to appear on AnTuTu for a quick benchmark. The device bearing the NX629J_V1S model number managed to push out a combined score of 510,496 points, which is the most we’ve seen on the platform. This test was done on the new eight version of AnTuTu which now gives a more detailed breakdown of the scores in the CPU, GPU, memory and UX departments.
Going through these tests we see the Red Magic 3S managed 147,674 on the CPU test with its Snapdragon 855+ SoC and 193,366 in the GPU department thanks to its Adreno 640 GPU. The memory test yielded a score of 97,414 and the UX one pushed out 72,042. The phone comes with 12GB of LPDDR4X RAM and also utilizes UFS 3.0 storage alongside the F2FS file system.
According to a series of posters from ZTE, the phone will come with a 90Hz display, 4D haptic feedback and 3D Surround sound just like its predecessor. Another feature that will be carried over from the Red Magic 3 are the capacitive shoulder triggers.
All that is left now is for the actual announcement and pricing so we’ll have to wait patiently till tomorrow.