Xiaomi’s Black Shark gaming-focused sub-brand announced it’s brand new gaming smartphone earlier this month – The Black Shark 2. Now the handset is up for grabs in Europe, straight from official BlackShark website.
Users interested in this powerhouse will have to pay €549 or £479 (~$619) for the 8GB RAM / 128GB Storage variant. But if you’re interested in the most powerful variant with 12GB of RAM and 256GB of Storage you’ll need to pay €649 or £559 (~$729). According to David Li, Vice-President of Black Shark Global, this device will provide “an unmatched experience for European gamers”.
The BlackShark 2 is a powerhouse with a 6.39-inch HDR AMOLED pressure sensitive with low (43.5ms) latency and a typical brightness of 430 nits. The handset has front-facing stereo speakers, and an X-shaped antenna setup to ensure that users won’t lose signal no matter how they hold it. The handset also boasts an in-display fingerprint scanner, a 4,000mAh battery that can be charged via 27W fast-charging.