Red Magic 9 Pro series may launch in global markets soon. The handset has been confirmed to launch in China on November 23. The Red Magic 9 Pro series will replace the company’s 8 Pro lineup, which was introduced in January this year. Those models are equipped with a 6.8-inch full-HD+ AMOLED display and Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset. It is said that the Red Magic 9 Pro series will come with a lot of upgrades compared to the previous models. The company has already revealed the design of the Red Magic 9 Pro phone and also revealed key specifications of the handset that will be launched in China on Thursday.
The company shared a teaser on X (formerly Twitter) in which the back side of the Red Magic 9 Pro can be seen. The short three-second video with just the number “9” in the caption shows a model with the number ’09’ in red near the camera module on the top left corner of the rear panel of the smartphone. The inbuilt cooling fan along with custom RGB lighting effects is seen just below the camera module. As of now, all the details about the Red Magic 9 Pro have been officially shared via Chinese microblogging site Weibo. The teaser on the X suggests that one – or both – of the Red Magic 9 Pro models will see a global launch soon.
In China, Red Magic 9 Pro models to launch in Dark Night Night, Deuterium Front Transparent Dark Night and Deuterium Front Transparent Silver Wing (translated from Chinese) color options with a hidden under-display front camera and a notch-less design Are ready. On November 23 at 2 pm local time (11.30 am IST).
The base Red Magic 9 Pro is confirmed to be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 SoC coupled with 24GB of RAM and 1TB of inbuilt storage. It will run Android 14-based Red Magic OS 9.0 out-of-the-box. The phones are said to feature BOE Q9+ panels to ensure better display performance compared to previous models.
The Red Magic 9 Pro models will also be equipped with Nubia’s self-developed Red Core R2 Pro gaming chips that are claimed to improve the gaming experience for users by increasing customization options. It is said to support 165W wired “Magic Flash Charging”, which claims to charge the handset from zero to 100 in just 16 minutes.
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