With a Pro model that unmistakably draws inspiration from flagship iPhones, the flagship Android line is expected to advance beyond that in its eighth generation with the RedMagic 8 Pro.
In comparison to several of its earlier generations, RedMagic redesigned the UDC-equipped 7 and 7S Pro with a simplified, yet noticeably sharper and cleaner look. The boxy rear camera humps frequently found on budget handsets, however, partially interfered with the “notch-free gamer iPhone” effect that resulted. It might be an understatement to claim that the brand has possibly fixed this with the next 8th generation.
The performance-oriented Nubia brand has now admitted that the splitting of the 8 Pro’s back cameras into discrete cut-outs was definitely inspired by the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra (and, potentially, S23 Ultra). They are also still in the middle of the thin, flat-edged body, maybe as a tribute to the design of early Android smartphones.
Additionally, RedMagic has disclosed that the 8 Pro would be the first smartphone to debut with its most recent branding scheme. The modified font and color scheme are still present, along with a freshly resized variation of the business’s mask-like logo.
The phone will have a newly redesigned BOE screen panel with claimed 93.7% screen-to-body ratio and symmetrical 1.48mm thick side bezels. The display will include a 120Hz refresh rate and an under-display selfie camera similar to the Red Magic 7 series.
There will be two versions of Red Magic 8 Pro: a regular version and a transparent edition. Additionally, the 50MP Samsung GN5 sensor for both phones was confirmed, and it is safe to presume that both will also include the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 CPU.
According to reports, the premium Red Magic 8 Pro phone will support 165W fast charging. Along with the Red Magic 8 Pro phones, the Red Magic brand will debut a new logo.