New Black Shark 4 Gaming Phone

With 120Hz Display, Snapdragon 888 smartphones get Certified in China.

Black Shark, gaming sub-brand of Xiaomi, is about to release its upcoming gaming device getting to know as Black Shark 4. From the certification images of the device, its confirmed by recently showed up online that it’ll be coming soon. The Chinese Quality Certification Center or CQC reported the details where they uncover some key specs of the device.

The model number SHARK KSR-Ao is the registered one of BlackSshark 4, and it will be the successor to the company’s Black Shark 3. It’ll reportedly feature a Full-HD+ AMOLED display of 6.67-inch with an update rate of 120Hz, where it has nearly gotten a standard for gaming-centric devices. However, the Black Shark 4 will consist of a punch-hole screen, dissimilar to the notch-less screen in Black Shark 3S.

Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 888 SoC will power the device which also powers the most recent high-end devices such as the Samsung’s flagship S21 series, Vivo X60 Pro+, and the iQOO 7. The details in the certification uncovered that the device dimensions would be 163.83 x 76.35 x 10.3mm, and Android 11 will be coming out-of-the-box with the device. From a recent AnTuTu listing of the device’s screenshot shows a score of more than 788,000.

According to Luo Yuzhou, the CEO of the company, the Black Shark 4 will additionally feature a double cell 4,500mAh battery pack with support for 120W quick charging. It will reportedly squeeze up the device is within 15 minutes.

It’s assumed that Black Shark 4 will attempt to release in late February in the market or in starting the week of March.

Also, dissimilar to numerous other most recent flagships that come with no charger in the box, the high-efficiency charging adapter will be included in the upcoming Black Shark device consisting of 98.5% charging efficiency. This will reportedly limit the heat loss and enhance the charging efficiency of the device.

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