Xiaomi Blackshark Gaming Phone To Come Soon

Xiaomi Blackshark

The mobile phones are used for various purposes. Among them, gaming is on the top. Agree, most of us play games hours and hours. But there are too many gaming phones available on the market. Moreover, most of them are made as the custom variants of well-known games. Say, there is the VIVO X20 Honor of Kings and a couple of other models. But we haven’t seen a real gaming phone yet. Recently, Nubia introduced a gaming phone concept sporting a futuristic design. But there is no certain information when it will go into production. So we’d better rely on the Xiaomi Blackshark leaked recently via an AnTuTu and GeekBench databases. Its upcoming launch causes no doubts. But until today we haven’t heard anything official. This morning, Jingdong and Nanchang Black Shark Technology Co., Ltd. signed a strategic cooperation agreement at the Jingdong Beijing headquarters.

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It is reported that the two sides have reached an exclusive cooperation for three years on the online promotion and sales of the Blackshark gaming mobile phone in the Jingdong Mall. The Blackshark has also become the first gaming smartphone launched at JD. We know Xiaomi is the main investor in designing this phone. There is no certain information whether Xiaomi invests in Nanchang Black Shark Technology Co., Ltd. wholly or not, but the fact it is the most motivated company in this situation is out of doubt. That’s quite reasonable as Nanchang Black Shark Technology Co., Ltd. Is mainly focusing on e-sports gaming products. So the Xiaomi Blackshark could attract many new customers for the Chinese Apple.

At last, the Xiaomi Blackshark has leaked on a couple of screenshots showing quite respectable results such as 270K at AnTuTu. So it is thought to be packed with a Snapdragon 845. The latter should be paired with an 8GB of RAM and use an 18:9 aspect ratio screen.

The cooperation between Black Shark and JD.com also indicates this mobile phone will be available soon. It is reported the manufacturer will hold a press conference in the near future to officially release this professional gaming mobile phone.

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  1. Wyley Coyote
    March 21, 2018

    Pointless, what android games are that heavy that you need those specs??

    • Ailan Hidaz
      March 21, 2018

      Well at least the games you do play won’t be laggy :’)

    • Wyley Coyote
      March 21, 2018

      lol the games i play run on a MT6753 🙂 if i want to play 3d stuff id rather just play it on a Xbox & big screen!

    • Lazar Prodanovic
      March 21, 2018

      Emulators as ppsspp, ps2, Dolphine & handful of general games, there are also games for Nv GPU’s that could work on such GPU. There are games that are multi platform (including demanding 3D one’s) so gamers who also like a bigger screen PC or console one’s do like idea of having it also in pocket and being able to play everywhere at anytime. At the end pushing boundaries is what makes teach would progress.

  2. jony_overlord
    March 21, 2018

    SnapDragon high end cips are the best for gaming.
    I agree that at the moment not a single game on google play puts some stress on the high end cips, but lets remember that there is one gaming category – console emulators (psp, gamecube, ps2) that at the moment SD 835 doesnt run great on those emulators, im hoping that SD 845 or next year 855 will run those game emulation at the best.

  3. Cyril Dieudonné
    March 22, 2018

    Smartphone for players… hahaha… that’s very funny. Which “gamer” will spend hours on a crappy smartphone instead of sitting front of his computer, or his console. For half the price of a high end smartphone, you can play real triple A games, while android games are still toys to kill time in the subway or to waste your time in the toilets. Ridiculous. Plus, xiaomi talks to Chinese market, and when you see which games are played on the Chinese market… I know what I am talking about, I make those games. And most are shite. Useless device.