While most gaming phones are more mid-range or high prices, the forthcoming Xiaomi Black Shark 4 could break this pattern, as recent research indicates that it would have low specs in certain fields and that the trend will be launched on a cheaper price than its predecessors and competitors.
The Black Shark 4 has been certified by PlayfulDroid on the TENAA certification platform in China and with these images we have early smartphone snapshots.
Now it’s worth pointing out that this phone has the PRS-A0 model number, while we’ve heard that the Black Shark 4 was the KRS-A0. Some are being led to speculate that this is not the Black Shark 4, but a sibling in its series. But judging by the specs, it might actually be the Lite model, or, more likely, the ‘standard’ Black Shark 4 while the other handset is the Pro.
Since Black Shark 4 was not revealed yet, and this rumor is a big change in direction, it is advised that we treat it with a pinch of salt before the company tests. This PRS-A0 phone could be a version that is just being introduced or that doesn’t fit the final model, for example in China.
Black Shark 4 Pictures
Since Black Shark 4 was not revealed yet, and this rumor is a big change in direction, it is advised that we treat it with a pinch of salt before the company tests. This PRS-A0 phone could be a variant which is only released or not attributable for the finished product in China, for example.
If you’ve seen previous Black Shark phones, or most gaming phones in general, for that matter, you’re likely to find the Black Shark 4 above surprising—it’s fairly normal-looking phone. It’s definitely a mile away from the distinctive, angular, LED-packed models most gaming phones use.
On the left-hand side of the panel is a volume rocker with the power button too far right, near other Black Shark gadgets. But there are also two real gaming trigger buttons on the right and a fingerprint scanner positioned sideways.
Black Shark phones typically have fingerprint scanners on the screen, but applying one to the hand is a significant improvement. PlayfulDroid assumes that the traveling fingerprint scanner is an indicator, although this is all quite hypothetical, of a downgrade in display functionality that shows the phone’s budgetary existence.
As in Black Shark 3, the black Shark 4 rear cameras like Samsung Galaxy S10 appear in a horizontal hump. In terms of the overall sizes of the device, the cameras are very small which can make it a large device.
If it weren’t for a Black Shark icon on the back of the smartphone, because of its design, we’d easily think it’s the next version of Xiaomi’s Black Shark game phone.
The Black Shark 4 is scheduled to be released in the month of March 2021, but we have to wait to see if the phone actually operates.