Red Magic Watch Stainless Steel Edition Launched

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Along with the Red Magic 6R, ZTE’s offshoot Nubia has also launched a stainless-steel edition of the Red Magic Watch. This watch is a tweaked version of the Red Magic Watch launched earlier this year. Internally, it is practically the same. However, in terms of aesthetics, it comes with some new elements.

Design and Display

The smartwatch comes with a stainless-steel strap that has a lot of elasticity as well. This makes the watch look a lot more premium.

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It is built around a 1.39-inch AMOLED retina display with a 454 x 454 resolution. Inscriptions of a tachymeter are etched on its bezels and at the right side of the metal alloy case, there are two buttons with one of them featuring a red ring.

Other Features

The watch comes with a 5 ATM waterproof rating and supports 16 different sports modes including activities like football, outdoor/indoor running, cycling, and walking, basketball, rowing, elliptical, hiking, yoga, cricket, swimming, and free training.

It is equipped with a Sony CXD5605 GNSS receiver which offers GPS, QZSS, and Beidou satellite positioning. It also packs the Goodix GH3011 health sensor which employs an AI algorithm for faster tracking of vitals such as heart rate (24h) and Blood oxygen (even when sleeping).


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Furthermore, the Red Magic watch comes with support for app alerts and has an integrated system to send helpful reminders for healthy eating.

Battery and Pricing

Although most of the features of this watch are similar to the base variant, the company has bumped up its battery life from 15 days to 20 days.

The smartwatch is available for sale and costs $94.



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