Black Shark 3 gaming smartphone set to launch on March 3

Xiaomi Black Shark 3 design partially revealed in a promo video

Now Black Shark plan on launching their 3 generation of the phone which will officially launch in China on the 3 of March. The device will be announced in China during an online-only event. Later, the manager of Black Shark also posted the same poster on his account.

Xiaomi subsidiary Black Shark has announced that its third gaming smartphone will be launched on 3 March 2020. That is possible unless something unforeseen happens before this phone arrives.

We also know the device will be a 5G phone thanks to another nugget included in the poster, and this might make the handset great for games streaming or simply downloading your next game on the go. The Black Shark 3 is expected to reach with Quad HD or 2K resolution display with a choice of converting it to 1080p resolution.

Xiaomi Black Shark 3 design partially revealed in a promo video
Black Shark 3 gaming smartphone set to launch on March 3

Earlier, Black Shark 3 5G has been certified by MIIT, which is a Chinese certification website. The Geekbench listing further confirms that the Black Shark 3 will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 5G chipset, which will be paired with up to 12GB of RAM. It is still unknown when the phone will be launched in India and how much it will cost. This particular spec measures only the time between your touching or swiping the screen and the phone detecting and responding to that gesture. This will also be the company's first smartphone to come with support for 5G. That battery will support 65W fast wired charging. Additionally, GSMArena reports the phone may feature a 5,000mAh battery with 65W fast charging. It is also claimed that it can do more than 800 full charge cycles without damaging the battery.

Now, the device will also ship with Android 10.

Modern gaming tech organization, Black Shark, creates gaming eco-gadget based totally on hardware, software, and services, now especially carried by smartphones. That is also something Geekbench confirmed.



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