Yesterday, Xiaomi’s sub-brand Black Shark revealed that the next smartphone, called the Black Shark 4, will have a 120W wired fast charge with a 4,500mAh battery.
Today, the brand’s CEO visited Weibo and shared the fact that the prototype Black Shark 4 achieved the highest ever score of 788,505 points on the AnTuTu benchmark. This is much more than Xiaomi’s Mi 11 (about 700k-710k), or other unreleased phones such as Oppo Find X3 (about 771k) and iQOO 7 (about 752k).
This achievement has been described as a result of the dedicated efforts of Black Shark engineers, but the CEO is not yet completely satisfied and is clearly not satisfied until Black Shark 4 crosses AnTuTu’s 800,000 mark. Hmm.
The teaser campaign seems to be in full swing right now, so I don’t think the official announcement of Black Shark 4 will be more than a few weeks away. Of course, expect your phone to have an OLED screen with a resolution of 1080×2400 and a Snapdragon 888 chipset.