Xiaomi sub-brand Black Shark is preparing to launch its next device on March 3. As such, leaks about the Black Shark 3 have been intensifying over the past few weeks, and today we get a benchmark result that should blow every mobile gamer's mind.
The Black Shark 3 (or rather, a prototype of the device) ran the popular AnTuTu benchmark and scored 620,952 points. That's the highest score ever recorded by the benchmark app, so this is definitely shaping up to be a gamer's dream phone.
According to previous leaks, rumors, and teasers, the Black Shark 3 will sport the Snapdragon 865 chipset with 5G support, up to 16GB of RAM, a QHD touchscreen with 120Hz refresh rate, and a 5,000 mAh battery with 65W fast charging. That battery can be fully juiced with the charger in the box in just 38 minutes.
What if you want to emulate old games like ppsspp, dreamcast, ps2, 3ds, this is where all the specs come in handy.
What's the point of buying these overspecs phones these days. Can't you see 300K Antutu phones are more than enough to handle most mobile games? Don't allow companies to steal your money but tempting you to buy a phone that you don't need.
Why are you comparing phone to tablet? Should I compared 2 in 1 tablets powered by Windows 10 with iPad? That'll wipe the floor in geek bench and other Benchmark apps. And cross platform Antutu tests are not reliable.