This is the Black Shark 4, the latest gaming smartphone from Xiaomi gaming smartphone brand. My excitement for this smartphone has be trashed by a small but annoying detail.
In a world where power banks are getting thinner, Xiaomi’s gaming brand, Black Shark, came up with this: Black Shark 10,000 mAh Power Bank. Sharing the same “X” design language of the gaming smartphone, the Black Shark power bank sports a unique armored shall design with silver protective coating.
Claiming as the gaming earbuds with the world’s lowest latency, the Black Shark Ophidian Gaming Earbuds promised to fix audio lag typical of wireless gaming headphones. It is not a TWS earbuds, though; it is a neckband earbuds and so it is not quite wire-free kind of wireless.
Are you still using clip on triggers or Bluetooth controller for mobile gaming? Well, you can ditch those with the newly revealed Tencent Black Shark 3 Pro Gaming Smartphone. Don’t ask why Tencent Games is in the picture. I have tried searching, but information on this aspect is zero.
Xiaomi’s gaming smartphone brand, Black Shark, has a new device. OK. It is sort of new. It is the Black Shark 2 with a slight power and spec bump. Xiaomi is calling it Black Shark 2 Pro. But of course.
Xiaomi has taken the wrap of the follow up to its first gaming smartphone of its sub brand, Black Shark. Simply called Black Shark 2, this new device continues the X design language of its predecessor, but now boasts a metal body with “shaped folding glass” and a touch of light. And it has a …
With the mobile game industry expected to hit $106.4 billion by 2021, it makes sense for handset makers to start taking serious attention and start rolling out smartphones designed with mobile gaming in mind. Razer set the ball rolling with its first smartphone last year. ASUS’ gaming arm, ROG, took heed and introduced its own …