Black Shark 4 gaming smartphone shows up on Google web page ahead of launch
It has been mentioned that the device is codenamed as ‘Kaiser’ and it will have 8GB of RAM. It is also seen running Android 11 out of the box.
Black Shark, the company better known for making gaming smartphones, which also has Xiaomi as one of its investors, seems to be working to launch its Black Shark 4 smartphone soon. Although there is no confirmation about the device from the company itself, it has just appeared on the Google Play console, revealing some key specifications.
It has been mentioned that the device is codenamed as ‘Kaiser' and it will have 8GB of RAM. It is also seen running Android 11 out of the box.
The listing (spotted by Pricebaba) also reveals that Black Shark 4 will be featuring a Full HD+ resolution screen with 20:9 aspect ratio and 440 dpi screen density. Interestingly, the listing reveals that the chipset Black Shark 4 will be running is Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. However, it might not be the case, since this is nothing but a mere listing for now. And a gaming phone in 2021 sporting a processor that launched in 2016 will likely be a no sell.
mobile to buy?
According to preliminary reports, the Black Shark 4 is expected to come with 120W fast charging support and a 4,500mAh battery that is supposed to be filled up in 15 minutes. Hopefully we expect the company to launch this device in the coming weeks if not months.
According to a tipster last month, Black Shark was working on a smartphone with Snapdragon 888 processor, which is also the latest flagship chipset by Qualcomm for mobile devices. The tipster adds that the device's design itself will be one of the major features.