Almost three smartphone manufacturers are going to introduce their first 24GB RAM smartphones. RedMagic is also one of these companies. As per the recent pieces of information, the company is going to introduce a gaming tablet as well alongside its 24GB RAM smartphone. Well, this shred of information has been officially confirmed by the company on Weibo.
RedMagic will debut its gaming tablet on July 5
RedMagic will debut both upcoming devices on July 5, in its hometown i.e., China. The company might even introduce its first 24GB RAM smartphone the RedMagic 8S Pro in global markets as well. The company has not shared any specific details of its upcoming tablet. However, the shared teaser indicates that the device has thin bezels.
The device accompanies a single front camera. it appears to be a large device probably around 12 inches. It could be powered by the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 or Dimensity 9200+ SoC. Previous reports indicate that the RedMagic 8S Pro will feature an overclocked version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 2.
Well, the upcoming tablet could be redesigned tablet introduced by ZTE back in April. ZTE introduced its Axon Pad in April. It featured a 12.1-inch QHD+ display, Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 SoC, four speakers, and other such features. Although it’s just a wild guess, it’s conceivable given that RedMagic is owned by ZTE. However, different specifications could be added.
A pair of truly wireless earbuds will also debut
RedMagic will introduce a total of three products on July 5 including a pair of truly wireless earphones. They are named ‘Dao’. The company boasts “extreme aesthetics and performance” with Dao. As per reports, the upcoming RedMagic 8S Pro is quite similar to the RedMagic 8 Pro. It will feature thin bezels and flat sides along with an under-display camera. The black-colored model of the smartphone will feature a see-through back. It will also feature Advanced gaming features for both hardware and software respectively.
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