Granted, it is curved on the back to fit nicely into the hand, but make no mistake about it, this is a chunky phone. The price of this phone in India is expected to be (₹27,599). The phone powered by Qualcomm SM8250-AC Snapdragon 870 5G Chipset with Octa-core (3.2 GHz Kryo 585) CPU and Adreno 650 GPU.
On the front you’ve got a fairly standard 20MP wide selfie camera. There’s no optical zoom here, and video tops out at a 1080p resolution and 30 frames per second. The only interruption to this impressive display is the hole-punch selfie camera cut-out at the top, smack dab in the middle.
The temperature rose to 60°C and the smartphone was burning hot. But the smartphone managed to maintain a framerate with 85% stability, oscillating between 30 and 74 FPS. The display is a strength here, being capable of 144Hz gaming with options to tone down to 60Hz or 90Hz, adding versatility right off the bat. Adding to this is an astronomical 720Hz touch response, which is pretty damn fast for your fingers. firmware files Black Shark really paid attention to what mobile gamers needed here. In addition, the new Black Shark will use LPDDR5 memory, UFS 3.1 flash memory, and a high refresh rate screen.
- When not in use, with just a click, the triggers disappear seamlessly back into the edge of the Black Shark 4 Pro.
- The gaming phone was first announced in March 2021 and was, at that time, only available in China.
- The main sensor is what you’ll be using most of the time, with specs that far outperform the other two lenses, with headline features including a fairly decent f/1.79 aperture.
- After comparing the specifications data above, we can confidently say that Sony Xperia Pro-I has better overall performance than Black Shark 4 Pro, based on the final score data.
- It is based on a 5nm manufacturing process and features the Cortex-X1 Super-Core (clocked @2.84GHz).
The maximum advertised brightness is 1300 nits, but this is only achieved at its peak. It is especially the coating at the back of the Black Shark 5 Pro that I really like. But it also seems to be “insulating”, a bit like the sheaths on a pair of pliers for the lack of a better example. I feel like it provides extra protection against overheating for the hands. The featured Snapdragon 870 5G works hard on the Black Shark 4, with most non-gaming apps running at 120 (except YouTube).