The cheapest gaming smartphone in the US will get an even more powerful sequel

The so-called “gaming smartphones” that a handful of companies launched in the last few years are just as powerful as any other flagship. However, when you can buy a gaming smartphone that doubles as a flagship device for just $400, that tends to raise some eyebrows.

Nubia, a ZTE associated company, launched the Red Magic Mars in the United States last month, but the Chinese company is already working on a sequel with even better specs than the current gaming smartphone model.

To raise the hype around its upcoming Red Magic 3 gaming phone, Nubia’s General Manager Ni Fei shared some …

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