Nubia has recently announced the launch of its Z series smartphone powered by the Snapdragon 888 system-on-chip. Soon, after Nubia made the announcement, Xiaomi came out with its SD 888 chipset phone, ‘Mi 11’.  
The company was founded in the year 2012 and aims to bring in high-end innovative smartphones for its users. Its headquarters is in China and it has also spread its operations in countries like India, the USA, Europe, Russia, and Southeast Asia. 

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We still don’t know the retail name of the new smartphone that would be launched by the company. But the phone can roll out in the market with the name ‘Red Magic 6’. 

The new model even managed to score 1004 points in the single-core, while 3004 points in the multi-core on the official Geekbench website. 
It will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 chipset and will run on either the Android 10 or 11 operating system. It will also support 5G services and 8GB RAM. 

The previous model released by Nubia was the Red magic 5S, which featured a 6.53-inch FHD + AMOLED display screen.  
It has a 144 Hz refresh rate and a 240 Hz touch sampling rate as well. We can expect the new smartphone to feature similar features with an upgrade. 

Another Nubia smartphone model number NX669J was also spotted on Geekbench. There is not much information about the model, only that will run on Android 11 with a RAM of 8GB. 

With Nubia confirming the launch of one of its smartphones with an SD 888 chipset, the model NX669J could turn out to be Red Magic 6 for the users. The same was also teased last month by the company, with an electrochromic back panel. 

Nubia NX669J, being the new Red Magic 6 is still a theory, that hasn’t been confirmed yet. There is no official statement released by the company, so we will have to wait for the official launch of the smartphone. 

We might get some solid information about the new model in the coming days. 
Read about the launch of the new Mi 11 and Vivo Y20A on our website.

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