Black Shark with “Liquid cooling system” is the best gaming phone. Sometimes thinking of the gaming devices just drops my jaw when I observe that technology has introduced phones that enable us to play that very games which had been played on full-fledged gaming PCs and consoles only. Today here you will get introduced to such a stunning mobile phone that is stuffed with lots of green.
A Chinese phone maker has risen up with the idea of entering into gaming phone market. The company I am talking about is “Xiaomi“. The company followed Razer Phone of the last year and went far away with its “Black Shark” gaming phone.
First let me tell you something about last year’s gaming phone “Razer Phone”. Well, it was the powerful Android smartphone with a spec package that is quite similar to most flagships. Razor Phone came with improved speakers, heat conduction, battery endurance, and buttery smooth 120Hz display. And this was the phone best known for gaming purposes.
Though Xiaomi followed Razer Phone, it proved to be master in the field of gaming phones with its recently unveiled “Black Shark”. Black Shark is Xiaomi’s first gaming-centric smartphone, that looks like a somewhat compelling option for gamers.
As the specs of Black Shark are concerned, the first and foremost thing to be mentioned is that gamers certainly won’t be disappointed with this phone.
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You can choose any of the two variants of Xiaomi’s “Black Shark” as it with comes a Snapdragon 845 paired with either 6GB or 8GB of RAM. There is also up to 128GB of storage, or 64GB if you choose to have the lower tier.
This phone also offers a “liquid cooling system” which Xiaomi claims can lower temperatures by up to 8 degrees Celsius, the best point for game lovers.
A 4,000 mAh battery appearing to charge over USB-C is available but microSD card slot or headphone jack would not be available, and this is a bit odd about the Black Shark.
The phone also offers a special analog stick attachment to be used for certain games.
A 6-inch, 1080p HDR display, (though unclear right now if it is a 120Hz panel like the Razer Phone) with provision of Android Oreo with Xiaomi’s “Joy UI” skin over top are also worth to mention.
The coolest aspect of the phone is the phone’s ability to swipe the fingerprint scanner to pull up a shortcut menu when games are active on the phone.
The phone is recently launched in China, but no any clear indication about its launch in other countries has been seen.
The lower tier is priced at ¥2,999 while the top tier will cost ¥3,499 in China, later this month.