Last week, Nubia CEO Ni Fei revealed that the company’s next generation Red Magic 5G gaming smartphone will feature a 144Hz display. This time around, Fei has shared a video on Weibo demonstrating the phone’s ability to wirelessly cast to a smart TV at a very low latency.
In the video, the CEO is seen testing out a variety of games on the Nubia Red Magic 5G while simultaneously sharing its display on a large TV. The demonstration saw that both displays are running almost seamlessly in sync, while maintaining a high quality output on the TV screen.
Fei is also seen controlling the games directly on the Red Magic 5G and also via a wireless controller – both also showcasing low latency with virtually no input lag. Among the games tested on the phone include PUBG Mobile and Asphalt 9, but it’s uncertain if the casts are running in 60fps since the video was presented at a lower framerate.
The Nubia Red Magic 5G is confirmed to feature a Snapdragon 865 SoC, a triple camera setup, and the previously mentioned 144Hz display. Other specifications are not known for now and the new smartphone is speculated to arrive during Q2 of 2020.