News & Reviews: Xiaomi Black Shark specs
Feb 13, 2019
From time to time, some of you peeps have been asking us about the Xiaomi Black Shark. Although some retailers are selling it, the gaming smartphone isn't really official by Xiaomi but no worries, our local gadget distributor, DirectD will be bringing this bad boy officially and the pre-order has already begun from a starting price of RM1599.
Feb 12, 2019
Today Vivo has officially launched their new sub-brand, called iQOO which is allegedly focused more towards the mobile gaming market of smartphones, potentially going against other gaming sub-brands such as Xiaomi’s BlackShark.
Sep 25, 2018
Only just 5 months after the launch of the Xiaomi Blackshark gaming smartphone, another device was listed on TENAA which could be the Xiaomi Blackshark 2 smartphone. Based on the listing, the specs of the device is similar compared to the current Xiaomi Blackshark such as a 5.99-inch screen and 4000mAh internal battery.
Samsung could be preparing a gaming smartphone + upcoming bendable smartphone won't be named Galaxy XJul 24, 2018
It seems that Samsung might join the gaming smartphone race with their own gaming smartphone device based on a statement made by @MMDDJ_ on Twitter. If my predictions are correct, the smartphone will follow the footsteps of other gaming smartphones such as the Razer Phone, Xiaomi Black Shark, and even the ASUS ROG Phone in that it might feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset, high ram capacity, probably a high refresh-rate infinity display and equally large battery capacity.
Jun 29, 2018
Based on an interview conducted by gadgetmatch.com, Huawei Consumer Business President Jim Xu has confirmed that chinese smartphone manufacturer plans to release a gaming focused smartphone in H2 2018 as well as a foldable smart device by 2019. But the concept of having a gaming centric phone is not new though as several other manufacturers such as Razer Phone, Xiaomi Black shark, and the Asus ROG Phone has been known to be around for quite a while now.
Apr 14, 2018
The much anticipated Black Shark gaming smartphone, backed by Xiaomi has been unveiled officially in Beijing, China alongside the company's first gaming laptop. While there were several leaks that teased a 120hz refresh rate display but it turns out that it will only pack in 5.99-inch 18:9 aspect ratio 60hz display with FHD+ resolution (2160 x 1080 pixels).