Red Magic 3 Teardown! - Does the Internal Fan Blow?
- Published: 03 June 2019
- The Red Magic 3 is the worlds FIRST smartphone with an internal cooling fan. Nubia says its internal phone fan can cool down the guts of the Red Magic 3 up to 16 degrees. Are you a fan of that? Today we are going to take apart the Nubia Red Magic 3 to see if the fan blows or not. Is the Red Magic 3 cooling fan actually do anything? or is it just for decoration? The only way to find out what the worlds first active cooled smartphone looks like is to look at it from the inside.
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