Today, Nubia introduced the world to the first mobile devices powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor. One of the first e-sports phones to have the “redefining games” CPU is Nubia’s Red Magic. Limitation in performance.
A new phone with the codename NX721J debuted on Geekbench before the Snapdragon Summit, and it is widely believed that this is the upcoming Nubia Z60 Ultra. The Geekbench5.5.1 version of the test showed the phone to have single-core scores of 1634 and multi-core scores of 5947. The test unit has 12GB of RAM, runs on Android 14, has a Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor, and has a CPU with a clock speed of 1 3.19GHz core, 5 2.96GHz cores, and 2 2.27GHz cores.
Before its official release, the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 had its frequency raised. New CPUs feature 1 Arm Cortex-X4 core running at up to 3.3 GHz as the primary CPU, 5 performance cores running at up to 3.2 GHz, and 2 cores running at up to 2.3 GHz. GHz efficiency core, the next mass-produced version of the Nubia Z60 Ultra is anticipated to offer even greater improvements in both speed and power.
Two new Nubia phones, as previously reported by IT House, have just shown up in the GSMA IMEI database. The Nubia Z60 Ultra is known by its internal codename NX721J, while the Nubia Z60 Fold is known by its internal codename NX801J. It seems that the Nubia Z60 Ultra will maintain its status as a candy bar flagship, while the Z60 Fold will be the company’s first smartphone with a folding display.
There is currently scant information on the Red Devils’ upcoming e-sports flagship. It will presumably get updated frequently. Friends who are curious about these new phones can keep tabs on their progress through subsequent reports.