New low-cost gaming smartphone coming to the market on July 31: here is Black Shark 3S, from Xiaomi's gaming division. On board the Snapdragon 865+
Black Shark 3S, the gaming smartphone lowcost weblog Xiaomi, will be launched on the market in China on July 31. The response of Xiaomi in the world of gaming smartphones to Lenovo Legion and Asus Rog Phone 3 is not long in coming and also the Black Shark 3S will be equipped with a processor Snapdragon 865 +.
Last March it was announced the launch of Black Shark 3, but in recent days it was made official that you will not see the arrival of the Black Shark 3 Pro version. Meanwhile, however, Xiaomi has made official the launch of the Black Shark 3S for the end of July and rumors about the features are getting bigger and bigger on the net. In addition to the chipset that challenges other gaming smartphones just arrived on the market, there is talk of an S-AMOLED screen with a high refresh rate and the size of at least 6.67 inches.
Black Shark 3S, the features
The design of the new gaming smartphone will not be different from its predecessors, but to make a difference will be the chipset. Black Shark 3S will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ processor, RAM up to 12 GB and an internal storage space of up to 256 GB. The operating system of the low-cost gaming smartphone could be Joy UI based on Android 10. Excellent performance of the 6.67-inch S-AMOLED screen in Full HD+ resolution, with refresh rate of at least 90 Hz.
As for the camera compartment, Black Shark 3S will be equipped with a 20-megapixel front sensor, while on the back we will find a triple configuration with 64-megapixel main sensor, 13-megapixel ultra-wide secondary and the third 5-megapixel sensor for depth. The 4720 mAh battery supports 65 W fast charging and there is no shortage of a fingerprint reader under the display.
Black Shark 3S, launch date
Just last week Luo Yuzhou, CEO of Black Shark, had announced the arrival of the low-cost gaming smartphone. Then the official announcement that foresees the release of Black Shark 3S for July 31 in China, although the company has not provided information on the features. A move that comes at the same time as the launch of other new gaming smartphones, with the company not wanting to give ground to competitors. As for the price, Xiaomi will continue to adopt its own philosophy: it will most likely be launched in China at a price below 400 euros, at least for the basic version.