The new gaming headphones were declared by Ni Fei, President of Nubia, on his checked Weibo page. The post incorporates a short video render of the headphones with the LED lights on the headphones, and the charging case beating. The structure is like what we’ve seen before on Nubia Red Magic gaming cell phones, for example, the Nubia Red Magic 3S which was propelled in India a year ago valued at Rs. 35,999 onwards.
The possibility of remote headphones upgraded for gaming is anything but another one, and numerous makers offer gaming modes which offer decreased dormancy to take into account a shorter postponement in sound transmission when messing around on a cell phone or tablet. Be that as it may, the Nubia Red Magic TWS gaming headphones seem, by all accounts, to be the principal such model structured completely for use while gaming, and is intended to be utilized as an assistant to the organization’s Red Magic arrangement of gaming cell phones.
A key element on the Nubia Red Magic gaming headphones promoted in the Weibo post is low-dormancy sound transmission, promising a postponement of simply 39ms when utilized with certain Nubia cell phones. This will guarantee that there is almost no deferral in the sound, permitting cell phone gamers to rapidly hear audio effects in games.
Wired earphones are typically preferred for gaming, as this ensures that there is no delay in audio transmission — an important aspect of being able to effectively compete in games such as PUBG Mobile and Fortnite.
No other details about the Nubia Red Magic gaming earphones are available for now, and it’s unclear when or if the product will launch in India. True wireless earphones such as the Realme Buds Q and Redmi Earbuds S offer gaming modes, but with significantly higher delay of around 120ms.