ZTE sub-brand nubia is preparing to unveil the Red Magic 8 Pro in the next few weeks (or months, tops). A recent 3C certification the device acquired makes this clear. Even while it doesn’t say much about the phone, the firm has already made it public that its upcoming gaming phone will employ Qualcomm’s top-of-the-line Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, which was just launched.
The certification also confirms that the upcoming Red Magic gaming phone would allow 165W wired charging. This is an increase from the Red Magic 7 Pro and Red Magic 7S Pro’s already insane 135W. These two were able to charge their 5,000 mAh batteries from 0% to 100% in 15 minutes; assuming the cell size doesn’t change, the greater charging capacity may slow it down even more.
Unfortunately, we must point out that these speeds only apply to the Chinese Red Magic versions; this year, both were limited to 65W. It’s uncertain whether the circumstances will be the same in 2023, when the 8 Pro will probably debut.
Aside from the capacity for charging, we also know according to two prior certifications that the Red Magic 8 Pro will come equipped with Bluetooth 5.2 and 5G connection. But thus far, that is all there is. Maybe now is the right moment for the leaks to commence.
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