Recently Xiaomi unveiled its 15.6-inch Gaming Laptop. From last couple of months Xiaomi has been working on its high-end game centric flagship smartphone – “Blackshark”. The device is good to compete with offering like Razar Phone. Earlier xiaomi’s Blackshark shark smartphone was spotted on AnTuTu.
This phone is likely to come with high-end specs for gaming with aviation-class cooling system and top class digital signal processor (DSP). As per the AnTuTu benchmark listing, this Blackshark smartphone will sport a display with 18:9 aspect ratio at 2160×1080 pixels resolution. Moreover xiaomi will put the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, which will be backed by Adreno 630 GPU.
Gizmochina Report suggest hat this phone will offer two RAM and storage variants – 6GB/8GB RAM and 128GB/256GB. Apart from this, this phone will be based on Android 8.0.0 Oreo and has Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0 fast charge support. Surprisingly xiaomi’s Blackshark smartphone scored 2,70,680 in AnTuTu which is higher when compared to Samsung galaxy S9’s score of 2,65,267.
Recent rumors indicates, Blackshark smartphone would look like a handheld gaming console with Black and Green-Yellow color combinations. As per the above image, this device has buttons like L1 and R1 as seen in joystick, volume control keys, with two analog sticks and some also has some additional buttons on the top along with a 3.5mm headphone jack. It has bottom mounted speakers. There could be blackshark logo branding on the back. Also if the above image is said to be believed, then it’s unlikely a 18:9 Display ratio. But there’s no confirmation regarding this rendered image, so take this a pinch of salt over the upcoming rumors.
The company has started rolling out invitation letters for the launch event. The launch event of this blackshark smartphone will take place in china on 13 April at 3 PM. Nothing much have been known yet, All curiosity will be wrapped off soon in the launch event show.
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