The Black Shark 2 that will be unveiled on March 18 has appeared in the AnTuTu database, revealing its key specifications in the process.
The smartphone has appeared on the benchmark's database as "BlackShark Skywalker". It is powered by Snapdragon 855 SoC which is mated to 8 GB RAM. The Black Shark 2 runs Android Pie and has 128 GB of internal storage. AnTuTu doesn't reveal the size of the display, but it does reveal its resolution which is 2340 x 1080 pixels.
The Black Shark 2 scored 359,973 points in the benchmark test, although we shouldn't reach much into scores obtained by non-final units.
This gaming smartphone previously appeared on Geekbench with Snapdragon 855 coupled with 8 and 12 GB RAM. The 8 GB RAM variant will come with 128 GB of storage, but it's unclear how much storage the other version has.
Black Shark 2 is making its official debut on March 18, when many of the remaining questions will be answered.