Just minutes before its launch, the Xiaomi Blackshark appeared in two promo images on Twitter, showing more of its design. It will come with a tall screen and minuscule side bezels, while the back will have an edgy design reminiscent of gaming laptops.
The first picture shows the tall display of the front that early AnTuTu benchmarks suggested will have Full HD+ resolution. The phone is positioned next to the Xiaomi Gaming Laptop debuted in the end of March alongside the Mi Mix 2s.
The second image is pretty straightforward - it says Blackshark gaming phone and reveals the dual cam setup, coupled with LED flash. There is also the funky design solution with green elements, giving us a slight Razer vibe. It is also in line with the first live image of the device from earlier this week.
The Xiaomi Blackshark appeared on Geekbench with Snapdragon 845 and 8 GB RAM while running Android Oreo. The rest of the specs should be unveiled shortly - stay tuned to our homepage.
Too bad Android library (same as iOS library) does not contain a handfull of good games. So it's great to have good hardware, but quality games is something that is missing in this equation.
Lol, you mad, dude??
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