World’s First Smartphone with 24GB RAM Arrives Next Month
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Nubia’s RedMagic 8S Pro, a gaming device that will succeed the RedMagic 7S Pro, will soon be available. You may expect to see all the gaming features you would expect from a high-end performance device with this device. One crucial feature in particular, though, might pique everyone’s interest.
The 24GB RAM Nubia RedMagic 8S Pro has been confirmed!
It has been verified that the Nubia RedMagic 8S Pro will ship with 24GB of onboard memory (presumably LPDDR5X RAM) on July 5 in China. The device also has some other important features that add intrigue. However, this launch will be interesting for one specific reason. In addition, it is confirmed that the future 8S Pro smartphone will be powered by a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 chipset that has been overclocked.
One important point to keep in mind is that Nubia won’t accomplish this by using the frequently “gimmicky” Virtual RAM option. In actuality, there won’t be a way to virtually increase the RAM. The motherboard will come with 24GB of solid-state soldered RAM. We will undoubtedly have less RAM alternatives as well.
If you recall, OnePlus, along with companies like Oppo, Realme, iQOO, and many more, is planning to release its next flagship device with 24GB of RAM. With this information, it appears that Nubia has displaced BBK Electronics as the market leader.
Aside from this information, the smartphone is anticipated to include a 6.8-inch full-screen AMOLED display with a selfie camera hidden beneath it. Under the hood, you can anticipate an improved ICE Cooling system, 520Hz shoulder triggers, a semi-transparent design, up to 512GB of storage, and many other features.
This smartphone currently has a limited information flow. But since the debut is only a few days away, we expect learning more crucial details soon.