Xiaomi Black Shark 4 has 6.67 inch, Super AMOLED, 144Hz, HDR10+, 1300 nits (peak), a resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels screen. Xiaomi Black Shark 4 uses Qualcomm SM8250-AC Snapdragon 870 5G (7 nm) chipset, Octa-core (1×3.2 GHz Kryo 585 & 3×2.42 GHz Kryo 585 & 4×1.80 GHz Kryo 585) CPU, Adreno 650 GPU.
- But with the Black Shark 5 Pro, the experience was much smoother than on my OnePlus 10 Pro, for example.
- There’s also Bluetooth 5.0 for connecting headphones, controllers and other accessories, and there’s NFC for digital payments too.
- But for some reason, my SIM and credentials always goes back to a ROG Phone.
- The night mode is pretty competent at illuminating very dark scenes, but it doesn’t beat the capabilities of some top phones in its market.
- So we’re certainly curious to see how the phone will charge an even larger battery in a shorter time.
This is markedly bigger and heavier than the RedMagic 6R (6.4 x 3 x 0.3 inches, 6.6 ounces), and just slightly smaller but heftier than the RedMagic 7 (6.7 x 3 x 0.4 inches, 7.6 ounces). Prices start from $579/£489, which puts this in a similar price range as the RedMagic 6R. For comparison, the new iPhone SE weighs in at $429 and, if you wanted the cream of the crop with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 internals, the RedMagic 7 will set you back $50 extra at $629. The body of phone is made out front glass, back glass and aluminium frame. The Display comes with 6.67 inched Super AMOLED, 144Hz, HDR10+ touchscreen display having resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. It’s important to note, however, that not all games and applications can take advantage of that 144Hz display.
However, a high total score does not necessarily mean that the device is excellent in all segmentation scores. If you are looking for a device with specific features, it is best to look at the score for that particular segmentation to make an informed decision. To ensure the best user experience while using a device, the display and screen sector must be given special attention by the user. This is because the display and screen sector is the first thing that users see on their device, and high definition images on the display screen will enhance the user experience. Besides the chipset, memory is also an important component that users must consider when purchasing a device, as it is closely related to the device’s performance.
- Well, in the case of the Black Shark, probably more than you think.
- The Black Shark’s 720Hz touch sampling rate is another welcome feature and sets the industry standard for the lowest touch delay of just 8.3ms.
- Phone games still have framerate caps anyway so as long stock ROM (firmware) as the Black Shark 4 can perform consistently over long periods without throttling and burning my palms up, it gets my recommendation.
- If the RAM storage is insufficient, the user may not be able to run several apps simultaneously, and if the RAM runs out, the apps may crash, which can cause the device to reboot automatically.
- When you’re in a game, you can swipe in from the upper right corner to access the Shortcut Settings.
Featuring the full suite of Snapdragon Elite GamingTM technologies, the SnapdragonTM 870 boosts processing speeds by 12% and GPU speeds by 10% for elite mobile performance. Black Shark CEO Luo Yuyu Zhou had said at the Snapdragon Technology Summit that Black Shark would be one of the first manufacturers to carry the Snapdragon 888 flagship processor. Earlier reported that the next new Snapdragon 888 machines to be released include iQOO 7, Vivo X60 Pro+, Realme Race, OPPO Find X3 series, Black Shark 4, and more. All of these numbers may seem like a bunch of nonsense, but what it shows us is that the Black Shark 4 performs almost as well as the Snapdragon 888 flagships.