Xiaomi has been making plenty of waves with its one-foot-forward announcements from its different divisions. Black Shark's is another one of them.
Just because it's not the freshest output from Xiaomi's gaming phone company doesn't mean it isn't fresh to Europe. And it's impressive.
A Chinese-only mobile gaming hardware brand may soon expand to other markets soon with an event of some sort within the week.
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With an independent HDR imaging chip attached to the display, RGB LED gradients and 10GB of RAM, there's plenty that Helo offers.
Huawei has put out four variants of its latest flagship smartphone, the Mate 20! Plus, a non-Wear OS smartwatch and some new peripherals!
Two phones. One week. All in China. One for those who want to push their screens to the edges, the other for pushing games to he extreme.
The Black Shark brand is poised for growth around the world and this video may just fuel the fire of excitement for a gaming smartphone.
The Razer Phone has made its way around the world and around Asia, but not into China, where fresh competition has been brewing. Will Razer really take a six-month-old phone into this fight?
ZTE is officially joining the increasingly crowded gaming smartphone field with the super-stylish Red Magic powered by a slowly aging Snapdragon 835 processor.
Xiaomi's gaming-focused Black Shark smartphone is significantly cheaper than the Razer Phone, packing a Snapdragon 845 processor but settling for a Full HD+ screen.
On this show, we dive into the mobile gaming scene where a new Black Shark has emerged from Xiaomi's pool and how the wireless trade has poured money into twisting negative research on cancer links to radiation.
All we know for sure so far is that this phone will have a Snapdragon 845 processor from Qualcomm. That coming from the quasi-startup within a startup.
In addition to the "full screen" Mi MIX 2S, Xiaomi is reportedly working on a more mainstream Mi 7, a Mi 7 Plus with an in-display fingerprint sensor, and a Black Shark gaming smartphone.
Xiaomi is reportedly working on a grand total of three new high-end smartphones, including a gaming-focused "Blackshark" and OLED-sporting Mi 7.