As for cameras, the Red Magic 3 comes with a 48-megapixel 1: 1.7 main imager coming from a 16 megapixel Sony IMX586 sensor 1: 2.0 is supported front camera but with unknown sensor. Unfortunately, there is no optical stabilization here, but the main camera sets two new records in the wireless industry: it can apparently record 8K (yes, 8K ) video footage, and it also has an extremely slow motion mode up to 1,920 fps (resolution not yet set). But at the end of the day, it's all about image quality. So we'll see how these video modes perform when we get our own review unit.
Picture and sound become a bit more interesting: The 6.65-inch FHD + AMOLED display is HDR compatible with an update rate of 90 Hz. The latter is supported by titles such as Vainglory Forsaken World Heroes of the Supported Multiverse Peak Tank and more. The front stereo speakers use DTS: X surround sound, and triple microphone noise reduction is ideal for those who want to stream their gameplay. By the way, here is another 3.5mm headphone jack.