Black Shark 4 Appearance (SHARK PRS-A0)
Snapdragon 888 chip equipped game phones have basically been officially announced, but the official release of the model is not yet available, who can grab this head start, but also earn some heat in advance, recently, the new Black Shark 4 began to be exposed on the network. According to the pictures brought by netizens, the Black Shark 4 will use a center-mounted perforated screen design on the front screen design, and the bezel looks as if a curved screen is also used, which is expected to improve the face value again.
According to the news, there will be two versions of the Black Shark 4 gaming phone – SHARK KSR-A0 (Snapdragon 888) and Shark PRS-A0 (Snapdragon 870). Today Black Shark 4 PRS-A0 which should be standard version, ID photos of the device published on the MIIT website.
Black Shark 4 PRS-A0 codenamed ‘Penrose’ equipped with Snapdragon 870 processor, 6.67-inch 2400 × 1080 FHD+ resolution OLED center perforated screen, 120hz refresh rate, 4720mAh battery, 65W fast charging support, the horizontal camera on the top of the back, side-mounted fingerprint scanner, double shoulder buttons on the side, positioning is a little lower than Black Shark 4 codenamed Kaiser (KSR-A0).
Although the positioning of Snapdragon 870 belongs to the “sub-flagship”, the chip is based on the previous generation of flagship products Snapdragon 865 Plus upgrade. It uses the same process and architecture as the Snapdragon 865 Plus, but is equipped with an enhanced version of the Kryo 585 CPU core, with a large core frequency of up to 3.2GHz, compared to the previous generation increased by 100MHz, the performance is even better, and the performance scores are straightforward Snapdragon 888.
It should be noted that between the positioning of the Snapdragon 870 sub-flagship, Qualcomm has also relatively abated some configurations that are not in high demand, such as support for Wi-Fi 6E, which is an enhanced version of the Wi-Fi 6 standard, adding support for the 6GHz band, with some faster peak speeds at short distances.