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The Smartphone Gaming Market in India Gets a New Touch with Black Shark 2

The Smartphone Gaming Market in India Gets a New Touch with Black Shark 2

The Indian market will soon witness the launch of the most awaited gaming smartphone, Black Shark 2. Black Shark is a China based gaming technology company that works with the aim to develop a 360-degree gaming eco-system based on hardware, software and services. Many rumours have been going around in the market, but Black Shark 2 is not a part of Xiaomi’s offering in India. Though Xiaomi has made investments in Black Shark earlier, the gaming smartphone company completely operates as a separate entity with its own manufacturing facility, supply chain, R&D, etc. in China.

Xiaomi has also made a statement to clear out the confusion that says, “Black Shark is a Xiaomi ecosystem company.  However, Black Shark operates as a standalone entity in India.” However, no information has been found that could clarify whether Xiaomi and Black Shark will have any partnership in India or if Black Shark will make its sales with the help of Xiaomi’s well-established ecosystem in the smartphone market.

Speaking of the specifications of the phone, it has a 6.39 inch AMOLED display and features a 60Hz refresh rate with 1080x2340 pixel resolution. Powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, the Black Shark 2 will also have an in-display fingerprint scanner along with X-type Antenna + 2 Side Antennas that will help establish a strong connection. The smartphone comes with direct touch multilayer liquid cooling, ludicrous mode performance boost and low latency touch. Black Shark 2 is packed with many other powerful features that might help it compete against its rival, the Asus ROG gaming smartphone.


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