The second generation of Xiaomi gaming smartphone – the Black Shark 2 is only a few months old in the market. But the brand is already prepping an update in the form of a Black shark 2 Pro. The brand first teased the device earlier today on Weibo, and just s few hours after that, the device has appeared on the popular Geekbench site.
The Blackshark 2 Pro (codenamed DLT-A0) took the benchmark test with 12 GB RAM and a motherboard name that lineup with that of the Snapdragon 855 and that of the Snapdragon 855+ chipset. This also lines up with earlier teaser/ speculations that the device will ship with the recently announced Snapdragon 855+ chipset. The prototype device ran Android 9 while taking the Geekbench test.
Both the single-core and multi-core results are on par with that of the standard Shark 2. And that isn’t a bit surprising, since the latest Snapdragon 855+ chipset only brings about four percent improvement.
Aside from dropping the SD855 for the SD855+, we are not sure what other improvements the Black Shark 2 Pro will bring to the table. The device is set to launch officially on July 30th. So we should expect some official teaser/info before the deal date.