Esto también se puede leer en español.

Leer en español

Don't show this again

Nubia Red Magic Mars

At CES 2019, Nubia showed off an eye-catching new phone geared toward gamers called the Red Magic Mars.  

CES 2019: See all of CNET's coverage of the year's biggest tech show.  

Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:César Salza/CNET
1
of 9

Despite the odd name, the phone looks pretty cool. It has a hexagon-shaped 16-megapixel rear camera, a cool-looking fingerprint scanner and this strip of LED lights that light up with different colors.  

Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:César Salza/CNET
2
of 9

If you're not very familiar with Nubia, it's a subsidiary of the Chinese phone company ZTE. 

Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:César Salza/CNET
3
of 9

Nubia equipped the phone with a Snapdragon 845 chipset, a 6-inch, 1080p display and the highest-end model has 10 gigs of RAM.   

Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:César Salza/CNET
4
of 9

A closer look at the Red Magic Mars' design details.

Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:César Salza/CNET
5
of 9

Its 3,800mAh battery also has a liquid- and air-cooling system to combat overheating.  

Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:César Salza/CNET
6
of 9

The phone also has two touch-sensitive shoulder buttons located on the side, which can be mapped to in-game buttons of your choice.   

Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:César Salza/CNET
7
of 9

This is similar to other phones, like the ASUS ROG gaming phone

Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:César Salza/CNET
8
of 9

The company plans to sell the Red Magic Mars sometime this quarter for $399 in North America and Europe.  

Read the article
Published:Caption:Photo:César Salza/CNET
9
of 9
Up Next

All the cool new gadgets at CES 2019