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  • market...always pushing the limits. This phone is slightly cooler than most because of it's

  • built-in internal cooling fan. Today we'll be finding out if that extra internal hardware

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  • Now it's time to durability test the Red Magic 5G gaming phone.

  • Let's get started.

  • [Intro]

  • Nubia has a history of making super unique phones, like that dual front and back screen

  • phone we took a look at last year. The internal cooling fan will of course be much more interesting

  • to see from the inside...but, you know, if the phone snaps in half we might get to see

  • it sooner than we think.

  • Inside the box we get the phone itself, along with a super cool SIM removal tool. I'm definitely

  • keeping this guy. It's also got an 18 watt charger and the normal USB-C cable. This phone

  • is currently sitting at just under $600, which makes it one of the better priced gaming phones

  • on the market right now. This is the Eclipse Black version. No fancy metal exoskeleton

  • like we saw on the Black Shark 3, but still a pretty cool design under the glass.

  • Let's get into the scratch test. After a few hundred of these you probably know the drill

  • already. Level 3 would be plastic, and that's what we're seeing here on this screen protector.

  • It's nice of Nubia to include this extra protection. Remember, these durability tests are all about

  • consistency. I test as many phones as I can so we can have a baseline so when a phone

  • does deviate or have flaws, or you know, snap in half, we have something to compare it to.

  • This Red Magic 5G scratches at a level 6, with deeper grooves at a level 7. Pretty normal

  • these days. We haven't seen a sapphire display in a while.

  • The front facing 8 megapixel selfie camera is tucked up underneath this top bezel right

  • next to the earpiece. The earpiece is made from plastic, but glued in very tightly and

  • won't be falling out on its own. Nubia says this does have stereo speakers, but the bottom

  • speaker is not front firing...which might be important to some gamers. One thing that

  • is definitely important to gamers however is extra buttons. This phone does have dual

  • capacitive triggers up in the top shoulders. These don't pop out of the phone with motors

  • like we saw in the Black Shark, but they do exist. The metal power button and metal volume

  • rockers are also on the side.

  • The air vent though is what we're all here for. There are vent openings on either side

  • of the phone. Regular air comes in one side and hot air comes out the other. Kind of like

  • Trump's corona briefings. I'll flip the dedicated switch to get into gamer mode. They are calling

  • it a Game Boost Switch. And from here I can toggle on and off the rear LEDs, cuz what's

  • a gaming phone without some RGBs? I can also turn on and off the fan. It's incredibly quiet

  • when it's in its low powered state. But if you listen close, you can hear it spin up

  • and then blow gently while the phone isn't under any loads.

  • However, for the ultimate blowing experience, I found the rapid cooling toggle which boosts

  • our little fan buddy up to full speed. It's much louder and you can definitely tell it's

  • moving some air now. At 15,000 RPMs it has a 30% boost in air volume from last year.

  • And apparently there are some heat pipes inside to assist with the active cooling, but we'll

  • have to see those during the teardown.

  • There are some gaming pins on the side for accessories. And up here at the top we have

  • the headphone jack. Thumbs up for that. Having wired headphones is just one less battery

  • to worry about. Now down at the bottom of the phone we got more metal, a USB-C port,

  • and the bottom loudspeaker port, along with the SIM card tray. No expandable memory though,

  • and no official IP rating. But we can check the internal openings for water-resistance

  • when we get inside.

  • The back panel, even with all its cool designs, is just one solid slab of glass, which covers

  • the bottom two megapixel macro camera. The middle 8 megapixel ultra-wide camera, and

  • the 64 megapixel main camera both have their own super tiny glass lens covering. And there's

  • one singular flash up top. Phones are getting crazier with their screen refresh rates. Remember,

  • the OnePlus 8 has a 90 Hertz refresh rate and the OnePlus 8 Pro has 120 Hertz. But this

  • guy, the Red Magic 5G, is the first mass-produced phone with a 144 Hertz refresh rate. It's

  • 6.6 inch AMOLED display lasted about 25 seconds under the heat from my lighter. Then the screen

  • got a little weird, but only briefly. It took a while to cool off before deciding to work

  • again.

  • The last thing I want to try before the bend test is the underscreen fingerprint scanner.

  • But unfortunately, even after attempting 3x with two different fingers, I was unable to

  • get the scanner to even read my fingerprint. So it failed the test before we could even

  • scratch it. The level 6 and 7 scratches from my screen scratch test are more in the middle

  • of the phone and not so much down here at the bottom. So those had no effect.

  • Finally, the bend test. This is an extremely heavy phone. The Red Magic 5G weighs almost

  • an ounce more than my Note 10 Plus which has a larger screen and a stylus. The beefy and

  • heavy build pays off though when it comes to structural rigidity, with no flex from

  • the front or the back, and no damage to the frame. The Red Magic 5G passes my durability

  • test. Even with a built-in fan and cross through air vent, the phone is a rock. If you want

  • to see how it all works from the inside, hit that subscribe button if you haven't already.

  • I am curious though, would you have to be a gamer to own a gaming phone? For less than

  • $600, it's probably catching more eyes than just the Fortnite guys. Let me know down in

  • the comments.

  • Come hang out with me on Instagram and Twitter. And thanks a ton for watching, I'll see you

  • around.

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このスマホは本当に吹く - レッドマジック5Gの耐久性テスト! (This Phone Really Blows - Red Magic 5G Durability Test!)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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