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Nubia Unveils Its Affordable 5G Smartphone, the RedMagic 5G

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A new 5G smartphone is making its way to the US next week and the good thing about this device is that it is said to be the most affordable 5G flagship smartphone.

The device comes from Nubia, an independent company which was originally a subsidiary of ZTE. They have been manufacturing some of the most affordable flagship Android devices in the country, among which include the Red Magic Mars and the Z20.

Following the footsteps of its successful device, Nubia is bringing a 5G-enabled RedMagic device to the country. According to their announcement, they will be selling this device at $600 beginning June 22nd. 

The phone comes with a 6.65-inch display with active liquid-cooling and Shoulder Trigger buttons. It runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor with 12GB of RAM and 128GB onboard storage. The phone features a triple-rear camera configuration with a 64-megapixel main sensor, 8-megapixel camera, and another 2-megapixel sensor. It also comes with in-display fingerprint sensor, 4,500mAh battery, and runs on Android 10.

Apart from being called an affordable 5G device, Nubia is marketing this phone as a gaming device. To know more about this device, visit Nubia's website here.

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  1. The more competition, the better.
    besides, buying a locked phone from a carrier is never in your best interests.
    if a carrier gets out of line on prices, you just walk your unlocked phone to another one, or even prepaid mvno service.

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  2. ZTE has included Spyware in past models. ZTE quality is horrible but at least they used a fast Qualcomm processor.

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