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You probably didn't even know you wanted a gaming phone, but this one is worth a second look

You probably didn't even know you wanted a gaming phone, but this one is worth a second look

RedMagic isn't a big name in the US, but it's been busy carving out a niche for budget gaming phones. Gaming phones almost always come with compromises, and a budget option even more so. Still, for $600, the RedMagic 6 is killer on paper with a Snapdragon 888, 12GB of RAM, and a 165Hz display, but prodigious specs aren't always enough when poor support is on the table. Still, some mobile gamers might make that trade-off for super-smooth gameplay when the RedMagic 6 launches later this month.

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Win a RedMagic 6 Pro gaming phone (Update: Winner)

Win a RedMagic 6 Pro gaming phone (Update: Winner)

By now you've heard all about the new RedMagic 6 gaming smartphone — the one that we liked for its fantastic specs, impressive display, and cool performance. This week, you'll have a chance to win one! That's right, RedMagic is giving away a RedMagic 6 Pro to one lucky Android Police reader. Here's what you need to know.

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RedMagic's new Watch is a lot like the OnePlus Watch, only $60 less

RedMagic's new Watch is a lot like the OnePlus Watch, only $60 less

RedMagic has a new smart watch for you to check out, and surprisingly, it has nothing to do with eSports: it's more focused on actual sports and fitness. It uses a round OLED display, a super-long battery life, has a low price, and it eschewed Wear OS or any other established platform... Wait a second, didn't we just do this one? I feel like we just did this one.

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The insane Red Magic 6 Series is about to go on sale in the US and Europe

The insane Red Magic 6 Series is about to go on sale in the US and Europe

RedMagic phones have historically been great at gaming but not much else, and it doesn't look like things will change with Series 6. After ZTE launched an exclusive Chinese version of the handsets in cooperation with Tencent earlier this month, the company today has announced Series 6 for the global market. The phones will go on sale in April and start at $600, equipped with a 165Hz screen and the Snapdragon 888 processor.

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