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Nubia's powerful gaming smartphone is now available in the US

 

Originally introduced in China last year, nubia's powerful Red Magic 9 Pro gaming smartphone is now available in the United States. In fact, anyone can buy the flagship from anywhere in the world via the company's international webstore.

 

However, North America has its own store, so customers can pick the Red Magic 9 Pro for as low as $650, which is an incredible price for such a powerful device. The most expensive version of the Red Magic 9 Pro costs $800 and comes with 16GB RAM and 512GB of internal memory, whereas the cheapest has "only" 12GB RAM and 256GB storage.

 

Keep in mind that if you're in the US and order the 16/512GB (Snowfall) model, your order will be shipped out in 2-3 weeks. The other two models, 12/256GB Sleet) and 16/512GB (Cyclone) will ship right away though.

 

For $650, you get one of the best flagships available on the market. The Red Magic 9 Pro is powered by Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 processor and boasts a stunning 6.8-inch AMOLED display with 2,480 x 1,116 pixels resolution and 120Hz refresh rate.

 

As far as the camera goes, the Red Magic 9 Pro features a triple-camera setup that comprises of 50-megapixel, 50-megapixel ultra-wide, and 2-megapixel sensors. Also, the phone packs a 16-megapixel front-facing camera for selfies.

 

The cherry on top is the massive 6,500 mAh battery (with 80W charging support), one of the biggest ever seen in a flagship. If you're looking for a flagship and can't afford Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S24 or any of the other top-tier phones launched in the last couple of months, the Red Magic 9 Pro is a great option.


Dell unveils a massive 40-inch 5K curved monitor with a Thunderbolt 4 hub

 

Are you looking for a new monitor for your work or gaming setup? If you are, then you might be interested to learn that ahead of CES 2024, Dell has announced a brand new display that will be part of the company's UltraSharp series of monitors.

 

This is a massive monitor. It has a 40-inch curved display with a 5K resolution. This could be ideal for users who prefer a single monitor setup but also want the screen real estate that a dual or triple monitor setup could offer. We'll admit that it is a neat setup but you'll want to make sure you have space on your desk for it.

 

Other specs of the monitor include a 120Hz refresh rate, which is considered on the slightly lower side when it comes to gaming displays, but it should be fine if you're not too fussed. It also has a 178-degree viewing angle, supports DisplayHDR 600, a built-in ambient light sensor for auto screen adjustment, and a built-in Thunderbolt 4 hub.

 

This hub could be especially useful for Mac users who might want an external monitor to connect their MacBooks to. The hub will offer up to 140W of power delivery so it should be more than enough to charge the majority of laptops, and there is also a built-in Ethernet port, USB-A ports, USB-C ports, and also HDMI and DisplayPorts.

 

The monitor won't come cheap though. Dell has priced it at a whopping $2,399.99 and they expect it to be available globally come 27th of February.


This is how much the Nothing Phone (2a) could cost

 

According to the rumors, alongside the Nothing Phone (3), the company is also said to be working on a more affordable handset. Now thanks to a post on X by Roland Quandt, the pricing of the rumored Nothing Phone (2a) has leaked and we now know how much the phone could cost.

 

Assuming the information is accurate, apparently the Nothing Phone (2a) will be priced starting at 400 Euros for the base model. It is unclear how much it will cost when it makes its way to the US, if at all, but if we had to venture a guess it might be around the $350 mark or maybe even $400.

 

 

For context, the Nothing Phone (2) launched at 649 Euros when it debuted earlier this year, so by comparison, the Nothing Phone (2a) will be considerably more affordable. Of course, given that it is more affordable, it won't be as powerful as the upcoming Nothing Phone (3), but it will be a cheaper alternative for those on a budget.

 

Some of the rumored specs of the handset include a 6.7-inch display with a 120Hz refresh rate, the use of MediaTek's Dimensity 7200 chipset, a dual camera setup consisting of a 50MP main and a 50MP ultrawide, and it will also come with 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The company is also rumored to launch a new handset at MWC 2024 which takes place in February next year, so we'll have to wait until then for the official details.


A new Nothing Phone 2a leak reveals preloaded wallpapers and camera specs

 

Rumors and leaks have been swirling around the Nothing Phone (2a) for some time now including a first look at the exterior of the device and its updated glyph interface. However, thanks to a brand new leak, we can shed some light on its camera prowess, display specs, colorways, and even get a sneak peek at its official wallpapers.

 

According to Smartprix, in partnership with trusted tipster Kamila Wojciechowska, The Phone (2a) packs a dual-camera punch, sporting a 50MP Samsung S5KGN9 main sensor with a generous 1/1.5-inch size and 1.0-micron pixel size. This combination promises crisp details and low-light performance, much like the Moto G84.

 

Its partner in crime is a 50MP Samsung S5KJN1 Ultrawide sensor, ensuring stunning landscape shots and expansive group selfies. And for your selfie needs, a 32MP Sony IMX615 front camera - the same found in the OnePlus 10 - awaits.

 

But it's not just about the cameras. The Phone (2a) reportedly boasts a smooth 120Hz AMOLED panel with a 1084×2412 resolution. The display panel is also said to be manufactured by Visionox and BOE over in China and rumored to measure 6.7 inches.

 

 

As far as availability goes, unlike its predecessors, the Phone (2a) is said to be expanding its horizons. Gone are the three SKUs the Nothing Phone (2) originally launched with, as the modest (2a) is reportedly launching in four distinct models tailored for India, Japan, Europe, and a global audience. This wider reach signals Nothing's ambition to conquer the mid-range market on a broader scale.

 

However, Nothing is still choosing to stay minimal when it comes to colorways. Black and White are your options, with a possibility of another hue joining the party later. And to personalize your experience, the Phone (2a) comes pre-loaded with seven official wallpapers that have already leaked and are available for download. Aptly named "Ruxe," "Nexul," "Azunim White", "Orbique", "Rubrane Black", "Ambra", and "Virmar," each one exudes a playful, modernistic vibe, reflecting the phone's personality.

 

The Nothing Phone (2a) looks ready to disrupt the mid-range scene, just like the Phone (1) did when it was first launched. The official unveiling of the Nothing Phone (2a) is said to be set for February 27, 2024, at the "Nothing to See" event at MWC 2024 in Barcelona. Stay tuned for the official launch and our coverage.


Image reveals the new glyph interface and camera placement on the Nothing Phone (2a) mid-ranger

 

Carl Pei just might have done it again. One of the co-founders behind the successful OnePlus ecosystem has been off to a good start with his Nothing line of mobile devices which includes true wireless Bluetooth earbuds and two high-end phones. On the way is the mid-range Nothing (2a) and Android app developer Dylan Roussel posted on X (via 9to5Google) an image shared by Nothing that shows off the back of the mid-range Nothing Phone (2a).

 

The image focuses on the Glyph lighting interface although it is not the final design. The look, seen in the tweet and reportedly made public by Nothing, is different than what we've seen from Nothing previously with the two camera lenses located right in the middle of the Glyph interface. Two lighting elements are on the left side of the round camera island with one additional lighting element to the right.

 

The model number of the phone is 142 and it has a pair of codenames consisting of Pacman/Aero(dactyl?). And according to Roussel, the Nothing Phone (2a) will be powered by a MediaTek chipset, the Dimensity 7200. The app developer also says that the phone will be unveiled at MWC. Nothing has picked a date in Barcelona for an event that will take place on February 27th and announced it by including the now tired and old play on the company's name, "Nothing to see."

 

The Nothing (2a) is rumored to sport a 6.7-inch AMOLED display. Considering the $599 U.S. price tag on the 256GB variant of the Nothing Phone (2) powered by the Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 with 12GB of RAM, a sub-$500 price seems likely for the Nothing Phone (2a).

 

 

While Nothing slowly builds its ecosystem, Carl Peri revealed back in October that his company worked hard on a Nothing Power (1) charger that offered three-in-one charging including wireless charging at 65W. The device was also a power bank and used the Nothing design language. Scheduled to be shipped after the Ear (1), the project had to be scrapped because it didn't live up to the potential of Nothing. "I think we can do a lot more than that," Pei said in the video posted by Nothing on YouTube.

 

There is no reason to believe that the Nothing Phone (2a) won't live up to the company's standards.

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