There has been a growing interest in gaming smartphones for some time now. Xiaomi also decided to join a group of creators who decided to provide the device to a specific group of recipients. In April, the company announced the Xiaomi Black Shark, which will go to Europe next week.
Xiaomi Black Shark premiered in mid-April and immediately showed information that it could be used in the old continent in the future. According to the announcement, this will happen because the manufacturer has set a debut date. November 16. The site is available in 28 countries, including the original site TheVerge, which also lists Poland. At the end of October, Xiaomi Black Shark and Black Shark Hello premiere will be shown and we will see his previous version.
Xiaomi Black Shark Helo is officially not everyone but the world's first smartphone with 10GB of RAM.
Unfortunately, Xiaomi did not provide information about device pricing. Considering this manufacturer's previous smartphone pricing policy, the basic version requires PLN 2499, a more powerful PLN 2699. The important thing is that the game pad is attached to the set separately from the smartphone.
The Xiaomi Black Shark is distinguished by a dedicated cooling system apart from the top specifications. There is no doubt about the appearance of the device in relation to the use of smartphones, and all unusual views are the shining logo of the manufacturer. There is also a special SHARK one-touch button that works as a quiet mode switch or a quick shortcut panel call.
Technical specifications of Xiaomi Black Shark
|display||6.99 "IPS 18: 9 Full HD +|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 845|
|Graphic layout||Adreno 630|
|RAM memory||6/8 GB|
|Internal memory||64/128 GB UFS 2.1|
|Main camera||12 Mpix f / 1.8 + 20 Mpix f / 1.8|
|Front camera||20Mpix f / 2.2|
|Communication||Bluetooth 5.0, USB Type C, Dual SIM|
|operating system||Android 8.0 Oreo|
|battery||4000 mAh, fast charge|
A complete list of countries where Xiaomi Black Shark is available:
- Czech Republic
Source: Blackshark.com, gsmManiaK, The Verge