Earlier this week, Ni Fei, President of Nubia, shared a new post on his official Weibo account, a Chinese microblogging website, where it showcased its upcoming Red Magic 6 gaming smartphone’s RAM boost technology support.
According to the senior official of the Chinese smartphone maker, the Red Magic 6 will arrive with Magic Write 2.0. This is the company’s fast storage read and write technology and is a part of the Red Magic Arc Reactor performance engine. It combines the Tencent Solar Core game engine along with intelligent scheduling of CPU, GPU, and memory. In simpler terms, the smart optimization of the device’s hardware enables shorted cold starts of mobile games, slashed load times in game, and faster in game click response.
Furthermore, the President of Nubia also added that the RAM boost technology allows the Red Magic 6’s 12GB of RAM to be used “just like 18GB of memory.” In other words, it supports rapid virtual expansion technology that enables the software memory boost. This would further boost the device’s gaming capabilities to offer smoother gameplay experience, faster response time and more. Unfortunately, we are not exactly sure how the company achieves this, but it is likely that it boosting the RAM’s speed to offer higher performance or using its boost engine to perform processes equivalent to a 18GB RAM module.
Talking about the specs of the device, the Red Magic 6 may launch in two versions, Red Magic 6, Red Magic 6 Pro. The devices are expected to arrive with an OLED display with a refresh rate up to 165Hzgaming. Additionally, it will also sport a Snapdragon 888 chipset with a battery capacity of 4,500mAh and a 120W fast charging under the hood.
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