The successor of nubia’s Red Magic 3s has been in the news for the last couple of days and today its Chinese 3C certification surfaced suggesting the phone is closer to launch than we initially thought.
According to the document, the handset with model designation NX659J has passed all the necessary tests suggesting the company already is close to the actual market release. More importantly, the listing confirms the phone will support 5G connectivity – not that it’s too shocking as the handset will in all likeliness be based on Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 865 chipset.
Additionally, the document also reveals that the upcoming Red Magic phone can be charged using a 55W charger, which will most probably be included in the box.
The previous leak also suggested that the display will hit the 144Hz refresh rate mark, which might make the new Red Magic the first phone to go beyond 120Hz refresh rate.