The Black Shark 4 series was teased previously and finally unveiled. There are two ready variants: the regular Black Shark 4 and the Black Shark 4 Pro. Gaming smartphones were quickly uploaded to preorder. One model also passed the JerryRigEverything durability test. This week, the phones are finally ready for their world debut. The Black Shark team says the phones are almost ready. You just need to place your orders before they are out of stock. Xiaomi’s sub-brand is very busy these days as the team knows the potential of gaming phones.
The Black shark 4 You can ‘break the boundaries’ in many ways. At a starting price of $ 499, it offers an impressive mobile gaming experience. You can check Black Shark global website HERE for more information.
To review, the Black shark 4 It comes with a 6.67-inch Samsung AMOLED E4 display with a screen refresh rate of up to 144Hz. The touch sampling rate is 720Hz. You can wear special e-sports gloves on the screen, ideal for avid mobile gamers.
The non-Pro version works with the Snapdragon 870, while the Black Shark 4 Pro runs on the Snapdragon 888. The chipset is mainly the difference between the two models. Both come with a two-layer liquid cooling system to keep the device cool.
The Black Shark 4 Pro It also has a RAMDISK from Xiaomi. When it comes to imaging, there’s a 64MP + 8MP ultra-wide + 5MP main camera on the Pro. The regular Black Shark 4 only has 48MP primary + two more sensors.
The Black Shark 4 is now also included in AliExpress. Choose from Black or Gray.
JerryRigEverything also did a teardown analysis of the Black Shark 4. He wanted to know how magnetic triggers work:
Magnetic triggers are said to be the mechanical pop-up triggers used during games. Inside, they are placed close to the edges. Notice the physical buttons that appear on the side. The Black Shark team decided to use magnets instead of motors.
Tearing up the phone is not a challenge. The back is made of plastic so it is easier to remove. Zack Nelson knows what he’s doing, so he can also retrieve the bits and pieces that make the phone work.