The RedMagic 9 Pro is an upcoming gaming smartphone, and it will offer up to 24GB of RAM. This info has been revealed by the AnTuTu benchmark. That’s not all that was revealed, of course.

The RedMagic 9 Pro will feature 24GB of RAM & Android 14

That listing also reports that the phone scored 2,290,773 points on AnTuTu. Needless to say, this is way, way up there. This benchmark also confirms that the Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 will fuel this smartphone.

RedMagic will utilize LPDDR5X RAM, and UFS 4.0 flash storage. Speaking of which, the model that got benchmarked is also equipped with 1TB of storage. Android 14 was also mentioned here. AnTuTu also confirmed that a 120Hz panel will be in use.

Now, we do know the launch date of this smartphone. The RedMagic 9 Pro will become official on November 23, so only three days from now. RedMagic also confirmed the design of the phone already, by releasing a bunch of images.

The phone won’t include a camera bump at all

The RedMagic 9 Pro will resemble the RedMagic 8 Pro and RedMagic 8S Pro. There will be one major difference, though… the new phone won’t have a camera bump, at all. Its rear cameras will be flush with the backplate.

The variants that the company showed off via its official social media channels have a see-through backplate. It’s basically a custom for RedMagic to release at least one model with a see-through backplate.

In any case, this handset will have a bunch of gaming features, including shoulder triggers on the right-hand side. When you hold the device in landscape orientation, those will basically be there for your index fingers.

This phone will also have some form of advanced cooling, including a fan, almost certainly. It is launching in China on November 23, but the device will become available globally too.

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