With gaming smartphones set to touch almost 6.5 per cent of the total smartphone market by 2021, Chinese handset maker nubia, which started out as a subsidiary of Shenzhen-based handset maker ZTE, has become the latest player to join the bandwagon.
nubia has pitted the Red Magic 3 against the likes of ASUS ROG phone and the Black Shark 2 (launched in India last month) that cost Rs 69,999 and Rs 39,999, respectively. The Black Shark 2, however, offers 6GB RAM.
We used the red-coloured 128GB onboard storage model with 8GB RAM that is priced at Rs 35,999. There”s another configuration with 12GB RAM and 256GB internal storage that is priced at Rs 46,999.