Back in April 2018, a Chinese smartphone brand “Xiaomi” released its most-appealing gaming smartphone named Xiaomi Black Shark which was a powerful Android handset (undoubtedly) and specially designed for gamers. Now, almost after a year, Xiaomi has all set to be released its successor named Xiaomi Black Shark 2 in Australia.
Based on an official teaser of Black Shark 2, it’s equipped with a whopping 12GB of RAM which is partnered with Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Chipset. It leaves no grain of doubt that it’ll be powered by Qualcomm’s top-of-the-line processor.
The handset spotted on Geekbench most recently with 12GB of RAM whereas AnTuTu, on the other hand, revealed the same amount of RAM with Snapdragon 855 as well. The Xiaomi Black Shark 2 went up for registration on Xiaomi’s official Black Shark store. And according to a report from “PlayfulDroid”, Black Shark 2 registrations have also opened up on Mi.com as well as JD.com in China.
Specs and Price
According to Black Shark’s official e-store, Xiaomi Black Shark 2 will be available to buy in Frozen Silver colour option and will arrive in three configurations to choose from – 12GB + 128GB, 6GB + 128GB and 8GB + 256GB.
A 6.39-inches AMOLED display is available on the front of Black Shark 2. Xiaomi does a few clean things to make sure it’s ideal to play games, even if it sounds good enough on its own. Xiaomi has also created a press-sensitive system to map buttons left and right of the screen that are triggered by pressing hard on this part of the screen. In addition, Xiaomi reduces screen glider glare at low glaring levels, improves colour accuracy and touch-latency up to 43.5 m.
Xiaomi Black Shark 2 will be available in China from March 18 and 6GB + 128GB variant will users back approx. CNY 3200 (around $480). And if you are looking for 12GB + 25GB variant, get ready to spend CNY 4200 (roughly $625).