Wang Teng, product director of Xiaomi Company, has issued a statement that there will be no Chinese smartphone maker that will come in with a Snapdragon 855-powered smartphone within two months.
At this point, we are not sure about the full specifications of the Black Shark 2 phone, but it is certainly going to be a heavy gaming device that Xiaomi would have ever made. Xiaomi is in the spree of releasing smartphones for all objective. Long awaited Gaming phone, Xiaomi Black Shark 2 will be launched on March 18.
Xiaomi mobile gaming division Black Shark recently teased that the company will launch its next smartphone, the Black Shark 2, with an advanced thermal management system dubbed Liquid Cool 3.0 technology. In January, a listing with the same moniker had appeared on Geekbench. The smartphone has also been spotted on AnTuTu, packing the flagship Snapdragon 855 SoC and Android 9 Pie operating system.
There are also rumors that the phone has an OLED screen, 27W Fast Charging, etc. The phone scored around 360K on AnTuTu Benchmark which is an impressive score. At this point in this day and age, most shortcomings which gaming smartphones face is the lack of support and gaming titles for users to enjoy which is one of the most cruicial things to look out for.
The design of the phone is a complete mystery at this point, but if the Black Shark and Black Shark Helo are anything to go by, it will be different than pretty much every other phone on the market. On 18th March 2019, it will be unveiled in China. You can expect it to sport a rather interesting pattern on the back, just like its predecessor, and quite possibly some extra physical keys as well.
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