BlackShark Teases its Next Smartphone – The BlackShark 4

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Blackshark is gearing up to launch its next gaming smartphone, the BlackShark 4 in China, as confirmed by the company. We already know that BlackShark will be one of the early adopters of Qualcomm’s newly launched Snapdragon 888 SoC, and according to BlackShark’s Technology CEO Luo Yuzhou, the next Blackshark will be truly invincible. 

BlackShark 4

BlackShark 4 will take only 15 minutes to get completely charged

In a recent Weibo post, Luo Yuzhou confirmed that BlackShark 4 is coming soon, and with this news Luo also shared a poster, teasing some of BlackShark’s 4 features. According to the post shared by Luo, the BlackShark 4 will come with a 4500mAH battery that can be charged completely in less than 15 minutes using BlackShark’s upcoming 120W fast charging technology.

As of now, we don’t know much about the Blackshark’s next. But recently a tipster on Weibo hinted that the next BlackShark smartphone codenamed “Emperor” will hit the markets soon. He further pointed out that the smartphone will be quite attractive, and also that the BlackShark “Emperor” will sport a 1080P display with a refresh rate of 144Hz.

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Well, we can expect an official announcement soon since BlackShark has already started sharing teasers. So it might a matter of a few weeks till we get our first look at the BlackShark 4.

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Abhinav Kaustubh
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