ZTE Red Magic 3 gaming smartphone to be avaiable in India in June

Must Read

NEC appoints former McKinsey’s SVP Aalok Kumar as President and CEO for India

NEC has appointed former Senior Vice President of & Company Aalok Kumar as the new President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of NEC Technologies India.

South Korean firm Lunit makes its AI-powered software to detect COVID-19 free

South Korea based medical AI software firm Lunit that develops AI-powered analysis of lung diseases via chest x-ray images said that it will be releasing its software online, free of charge, to help healthcare professionals manage coronavirus across the globe

Nutanix Objects 2.0 bolsters unstructured data storage, big data and analytics management

Hyperconverged infrastrucutre provider Nutanix said that the new release of Nutanix Objects 2.0 have new features for big data and analytics applications, as well as unstructured data storage
Sanjay Singh
Sanjay Singh
Sanjay Singh covers startups, consumer electronics and telecom for TechObserver.in

Months after launching its new in China, said that it’s will be launched in India by in June 2019. The ergonomically designed gaming phone was launched in China in April end.

The company said that Red Magic 3 comes with unique design, sleek, and fully optimized software and it will have an impressive specification.

The Red Magic 3 comes with a 6.65-inch AMOLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate and narrow bezels on the top and bottom for the dual stereo speakers. It’s powered by the Snapdragon 855 and true to its gaming lineage, the phone features an extravagant design with LED lighting on the back and a special liquid cooling system with a dedicated spinning fan for optimal thermal management.

The phone also comes with shoulder triggers for an enhanced gaming experience. The smartphone built-in cooling fan and 8K video recording were previously exclusive to Chinese customers. Now it is being launched in Europe, North America, Australia and several Asian markets including India.

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

Latest in TECH

South Korean firm Lunit makes its AI-powered software to detect COVID-19 free

South Korea based medical AI software firm Lunit that develops AI-powered analysis of lung diseases via chest x-ray images said that it will be releasing its software online, free of charge, to help healthcare professionals manage coronavirus across the globe
- Advertisement - SAP Hana

Related Articles