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Nubia RedMagic 6R goes official with a 144Hz AMOLED display, Snapdragon 888

Nubia says the RedMagic 6R is a gaming phone that has been designed for everyday use. Update, June 7 (08:30 am ET) : Global availability announced What you need to know Nubia has announced another new flagship gaming phone. The RedMagic 6R features a 144Hz AMOLED screen, Qualcomm's Snapdragon 888 processor, and a 4,200mAh battery. It will go on sale in China from June for a starting price of 2,999 yuan ($470). ZTE's Nubia sub-brand has announced a new addition to its RedMagic 6 series family, dubbed the RedMagic 6R. The phone is primarily aimed at gamers, but doesn't have the same gaming-inspired design as the RedMagic 6 and 6 Pro phones. Nubia's new RedMagic 6R sports a 6.67-inch FHD+ AMOLED display with a 144Hz refresh rate and 360Hz touch sampling rate. Under the hood, it packs the same Snapdragon 888 chipset as the best Android phones on the market, paired with up to 12GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 256GB of UFS 3.1 storage. The RedMagic 6R has a quad-camera se

This Samsung-made processor may be even better than the Snapdragon 888

The Exynos chips are finally able to match up to their Qualcomm-made competition. What you need to know Samsung's semiconductor business may finally be able to redeem itself with the launch of the new Exynos 2100 SoC. The Korean giant's in-house chip is reportedly even able to beat Qualcomm's next-gen Snapdragon 888. The chip can apparently achieve a 3,963 score for multi-core performance on Geekbench, compared to the 3,794 Qualcomm says the Snapdragon 888 is capable of. It's been a tough few years for Samsung's chip-making business. After years of producing in-house designs for SoCs that simply could not keep up with its Qualcomm-made competition , Samsung's LSI division reached a new low this year when the smartphone division snubbed its Exynos 990 chip in favor of Qualcomm's wares even in the South Korean versions of the Galaxy S20 . The division reportedly 'felt humiliated' as a result of the debacle, not to mention the public backlash