Red Magic 3S Review


A new version of ZTE’s gaming phone series, the Red Magic 3S, has just been released by Nubia. It joins the likes of the ROG Phone 2 and Black Shark 2 gaming phones that have been available in the market for a while, providing a gaming-centric experience for Red Magic 3 was launched by Nubia in June in India, but its successor is already here after just four months. The company could wait until next year before upgrading any major 3S feature, which raises the question of what there is to upgrade in the 3S. That can be answered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ chipset, which powers the 3S. It is a more powerful version of the regular 855 chip especially made for users to take advantage of high performance gaming functions on their The only difference between 3S and 3 is the camera. Other than that, the phone has the largest gaming screen on the block at 6.65 inches with a 90Hz refresh rate. It is like the OnePlus 7T but it does not have the smooth display of the ROG Phone 2. Despite its small size, it offers up to 12GB of RAM and a gigantic 5100mAh battery under the hood. The Rs 35,999 starting price at this point seems too good to be true, especially with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset, touch-sensitive left and right triggers, and more.

Nubia Red Magic 3S Price and Availability

Priced at Rs 35,999 for the Mecha Silver model with 8GB RAM and 128GB storage, Nubia Red Magic 3S is the best choice for users who seek maximum performance and best value. It is priced at Rs 47,999 in India, for the Cyber Shade color version with 12GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. As a result, between the Red Magic 3 and the 3S, the latter is probably a better deal, due to this one small change. A comparison of the Asus ROG Phone 2 and Black Shark 2 features the ROG Phone 2 starting at Rs 37,999, while the Black Shark 2 starts


Having a metal body construction coupled with a gaming design that attracts attention immediately, the Red Magic 3s is sure to catch your eye. Two colors are available– silver with red accents referred to as Mecha Silver, and a gradient red and blue finish referred to as Cyber Shade. This phone comes with an illuminated LED strip down the back, customized by the user in different colors and patterns, giving it a gaming vibe. It also has air vents on the right side to house the in-built fan, making it one of a As well as the touch-sensitive trigger buttons, volume rockers and a power button, there are three other buttons that are mapped to all games. A slider in the left corner allows users to access the Red Magic Game Space mode, allowing them to fine-tune settings specific to each game with controls for fan speed among other things, and a pogo-pin connector to connect the device with an accessory. A lot is going on on the Red Magic 3s when you hold it in hand. The back displays a red-accented beefy bevel, the Red Magic logo, an RGB strip, and a single camera combined with With only an in-display fingerprint sensor and a fixed camera setup, the Red Magic 3s is at a major disadvantage to other flagship phones like the OnePlus 7T or even gaming phones like Asus ROG Phone 2 and BlackShark 2, all of which offer more features. I feel rightly balanced while playing games with both of my hands using this phone, with its weight around 215 grams. The price is not as cheap as it appears to be, even if it isn’t the epitome of


Red Magic 3s has got the largest screen in a gaming phone measuring at 6.65-inches and being surrounded by thick bezels, it has a screen-to-body ratio of 80.5%. Players are able to play games on a significantly bigger screen so that they can have a more phone’s screen, which is an AMOLED, has a 2340 by 1080 pixel resolution and has a 199 aspect ratio. Even so, clarity is not as good as other flagships because it has a 388ppi pixel density. The screen is protected by Gorilla Glass 4, while the speakers are found at the front of the device. It has a decent viewing angle, bright colors, and deep blacks for a device of its size. Its screen is not calibrated well enough to provide the level of quality we expect from flagship phones and gaming phones like the Asus Rog Phone 2, which has a 120Hz refresh rate screen with much better tuning. In the display settings, users have access to some preset color adjustments, but they serve no purpose. Our final conclusion is that while this is a decently priced gaming phone with a 90Hz AMOLED display, it isn’t equipped with an excellent.