Nubia Red Magic 5G gets its active cooling fan solution detailed

Nubia Red Magic 5G

With a myriad of rumors making the headlines on a weekly basis, we all know that Nubia is gearing up to launch a new gaming smartphone. The new sequel for the company’s gaming series will be dubbed Red Magic 5G. The smartphone was originally planned for MWC 2020, but now, the actual release date is uncertain. Moreover, the company will opt for a domestic launch first, rather than the international nature of devices released in the trade fair.

Now the company wants to increase the exposure of this smartphone in order to keep the hype train alive. Nubia’s President Ni Fei has a history of teasing certain aspects of upcoming products and that includes the Red Magic 5G. Today he acted once again, with some details of the active cooling fan solution coming in the 5G flagship. According to the teaser images, the new cooling solution is a great improvement over past generations.

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According to the teaser, the new generation mini centrifugal fan will ramp-up to 15,000 rpm. That’s a 1,000 rpm over the 14,000 max of earlier generations. CAE simulations have also been leveraged to improve the shape and position of the blades and the overall efficiency. The air ducts and radiators come with a new design as well. The north-south air duct radiator now has 56% more surface area. That increases the ventilation volume by 43% and heat exchange capacity by 30%.

The Red Magic 5G packs an impressive package of specs on not-so-bulky form factor

It’s impressive to notice that all this engineered tech fits inside of the total 168.56x78x9.75mm body. It shares space with the 4,400mAh battery, Snapdragon 865 and the big 5G solution. Aside from the unique internal cooling solution, the new smartphone will also shine with a 144Hz refresh rate display. While other companies are jumping to the 120Hz bandwagon, Nubia is a step forward.

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