On August 4, the Black Shark 2 Pro gaming smartphone went on sale again. The 12GB+128GB version is available at 2999 yuan ($432), while the 12GB+256GB version costs 3499 yuan ($504).
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As the first sales situation, the Black Shark Gaming Phone 2 Pro was quickly sold out. At 10:50 in the morning, the Black Shark official website showed the status ‘Out of stock’ for both versions. Moreover, Xiaomi official website stopped selling and opened the next round appointment. Jingdong opened an appointment as well. They all prove the next batch of the phone is coming on August 5.
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Black Shark 2 Pro Features
Those who are unaware of its key features, this is a good chance to get acquainted with its selling points before the next party will go on sale again. The phone uses a 6.39-inch Samsung AMOLED display, which supports hardware-level DC dimming. Under the hood, it is equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 Plus flagship platform. The latter is accompanied by a 12GB memory, UFS 3.0 flash storage, and a 4000mAh battery supporting 27W fast charge.
Not only that, the Black Shark2 Pro uses a liquid cooling plate + liquid cooling tube partition cooling solution. Using the unique metal welding technology it can achieve direct contact heat dissipation of the heating parts and liquid cooling system. This liquid cooling technology makes the CPU core temperature drop by 14 degrees.
More importantly, the Black Shark 2 Pro has the industry-leading touch response speed. Black Shark Technology CEO Wu Shimin said that their touch optimization solution brings a more powerful control experience. The 240Hz touch sampling rate makes the screen touch response time as low as 34.7ms, and the touch response speed is 100% higher than the ordinary screen.
At last, the Black Shark 2 Pro realizes full DC dimming technology through independent display chip. The screen brightness can be as low as 2nit, and the fine 2048 level dimming in low brightness space is more natural than the previous generation brightness transition.