The revised version of the old Red Magic 3S offers you a swift performance, gaming trigger, and modish cooling system. The new Red Magic 5G has a sturdy and brawny design. Also, the triple camera array and the in-screen fingerprint sensor adds ice on the cake. Read the complete review to know if the new Red Magic 5G worth your money or not.


The specification of the new Nubia Red Magic 5G looks promising on paper. The device runs the latest Snapdragon 865. The strong Corning Gorilla glass protects the beautiful 6.65-inch AMOLED display of the gaming device. It generates a crisp resolution of 1080 X 2340 with 388PPI pixel density. The new gaming device features an 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The 144Hz refresh rate will not let you face any laggings while playing games.

The 218gm Red Magic 5G is 17% heavier than the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus. However, it is still lighter than the S20 Ultra. Likewise, the introduction of a liquid cooling attribute prevents the phone from overheating. Plus, the Nubia product packs a big 4500mAh battery that will last for about 12hours. The gaming mobile comes with a 55W charger. The enormous charger is capable of fully charging your device in 40minutes. The hardware triggers and the committed gaming modes are however the enticing elements of the latest gaming device.


The gaming-centric device flaunts an alluring metallic body. The Red Magic 5G presents a curved glass back. A slender bezel runs around the big AMOLED display. The front-firing speaker lies on its forehead while the lower speaker is placed at the bottom panel. Apart from the speaker, the Type-C port also lies on the bottom. The standard power button along with the volume rocker lives in the right panel. Likewise, the connector and a slider are packed on the left side. Air cooling vents are seen on both the lateral panels of the device. The cross red stripes on the sharp rear panel give the device a belligerent look.


The Nubia device brags a triple camera array. The 64-megapixel Sony IMX6856 sensor is the primary camera. It is assisted by an 8-megapixel ultra-wide sensor and a 2-megapixel macro sensor. The portrait mode is quite satisfactory, and the professional-mode allows you to manually control the settings. Having said that, you cannot toggle to switch into different camera modes. All to all, camera performance is mediocre. But considering it to be a gaming mobile, we should not contemplate its substandard camera quality.


Boasting all the tempting gaming features, the Red Magic 5G cost starts at Rs.64000 in Nepal. The price tag is quite fair for the premium features that the device offers. The device comes in black and Red colors. The prior Red Magic 3 still costs Rs. 62,000 with comparatively lower specifications. This certainly makes the new Nubia product a better choice.


All to all, the new Nubia gaming device is a good deal. You are getting the swift 144Hz display and a superior processor for under Rs. 65.000. Besides, the in-screen fingerprint sensor, long battery life, and the preferable camera are all captivating. Besides, you are also getting 5G connectivity. The Whiny fan and the odd interface are the only snags of the Red Magic 5G.