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REDMAGIC 7 Pro review - Now available for purchase

The Red magic 7 pro is now available for purchase. The company touts its latest handset as a “beast of a gaming handset” and with good reason. The company has pulled out all of the stops to create what could potentially be one of the best Android phones for gaming. The Red magic 7 pro not only makes use of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, but it takes things a step further to differentiate itself from the pack by utilizing a new dedicated gaming chip called the Red Core 1, a UDC full gaming screen, 960Hz multi-finger touch sampling rate, and more. Let’s dive in and explore why the Red magic 7 pro could potentially be your next phone.


When it comes to the design of the Red magic 7 pro, the look unabashedly caters to a gaming audience. Its distinct look comes in two options: Obsidian and Supernova. REDMAGIC states that the Obsidian is glossy, inspired by volcanic glass. While Supernova is inspired by a radiant star, giving it a fiery red tone achieved through its RGB lighting. Both utilize transparent glass so that even the innards of the phone can make a visual statement.


The Red magic 7 pro utilizes a 6.8-inch 1080 x 2400 display that supports up to a 120Hz screen refresh rate. Perhaps more impressive is the phone’s ability to offer up to a 960Hz multi-touch touch sampling rate and also maintain the 120Hz refresh rate wirelessly when casting to a display. Immersion is amplified by making use of an under-display camera. We have seen this technology before on other phones like the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 3, but the Red magic 7 pro offers many enhancements like:


Smoothing the transition of the UDC area and other regions of the screen

Use of improved materials to make the UDC areas more translucent

Application of a wave-type electrode trace program that reduces diffraction, enhancing image clarity

Intelligent pixel enhancement and optimization

The company believes that the above can lead to a far superior experience when gaming on the Red magic 7 pro.


The Red magic 7 pro isn’t just about its looks, making use of Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC paired with 16GB LPDDR5 RAM. The phone also relies on a complex cooling system that optimizes performance, which you can see above. In addition, a dedicated chip dubbed the Red Core 1 is in place to help take some of the load off of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 SoC, allowing the phone to keep performing at its peak.


To further enhance the gaming experience, the Red magic 7 pro makes use of dual motors for better haptic feedback, dual speakers for larger sound, and also dual shoulder triggers that can be mapped for use in games. Despite gaming being the main focus of the handset, it still manages to offer a modern array of cameras, coming in at 64MP, 8MP and 2MP.


If any of the above interested you, you can head to the link below to purchase the Red magic 7 pro. As mentioned previously, there are two different colors options, Obsidian and Supernova, with 256GB and 512GB storage configurations. Prices start at £679/$799/€799.