Black Shark 3 5G to launch in India soon: Here’s all you need to know
Rumours suggest that the Black Shark 3 might come with the Snapdragon 865 under the hood, which means that it is going to be 5G device.
Black Shark had launched its Black Shark 2 in India in 2019 and are planning to follow it up with its successor - the Black Shark 3 soon. While the smartphone might be named something else, the new device is expected to come with top-end specs and features.
Rumours suggest that the Black Shark 3 might come with the Snapdragon 865 under the hood, which means that it is going to be 5G device. The phone might also come with a 120Hz refresh rate and QHD resolution. According to a GSMArena report, the brand manager of Black Shark has posted a poll on Weibo asking people which battery capacity, charging, cycle is best for gaming devices.
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The answers the post received ultimately revealed the specs on the upcoming Black Shark 3. The latest gaming device from Black Shark could come with a 5,000mAh battery and a 65W fast charge support. And going by these specs, the smartphone should be able to go from 0 to 100% battery in about 38 mins and can maintain charge over 800 full cycles.
The 3C certification, spotted by SlashLeaks, of the Black Shark 3 revealed that the smartphone comes with model numbers MBU-A0 and KLE-A0, suggesting two variants of the smartphone. These may either allude to the vanilla and Pro versions of the device, or 5G and non-5G options.
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The smartphone might come in two variants - an 8GB/128GB and a 12GB/256GB. Rumour has it that the Black Shark 3 might come with a 6.41-inch screen, two cameras on the back (48MP + 16MP ) and a 24MP camera on the front.
The Black Shark 3 is expected to be launched on March 3.
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