Xiaomi Black Shark 3 Pro and Black Shark 3 releasing in Europe

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Black Shark 3 and Black Shark 3 Pro have already launched in China, and now they are making their way to Europe. Both new devices fall under Xiaomi’s sub-brand, exclusively known for producing high-quality gaming devices. Although the price of the new devices has not been made public, however, given their record, the prices will be competitive.

Let us take a look at what the new Shark 3 Pro offers.

Black Shark 3 Pro specs

  • Display: 7.1 inch
  • OS: Android 10
  • Chipset: Qualcomm SM8250 Snapdragon 865
  • RAM/ROM: 8GB/256GB, 12GB/512GB
  • Camera (front): 20 MP
  • Camera (rear): 64MP+13MP+5MP
  • Battery: 5000 mAh
  • Full Specs

Being a high-quality gaming device, Black Shark 3 Pro has big displays of 7.1 inches. Whereas Black Shark 3 has a display of 6.67 inches with both devices having a 90Hz refresh rate. Black Shark 3 Pro is Definity a step above its predecessor Black Shark 2 Pro with a higher resolution of 1440×3120, along with 484 ppi density. The Shark 2 Pro had Android 9.0 with RAM/ROM at 8GB/128GB; it was powered by Snapdragon 855.

Whereas, Black Shark 3 Pro has Qualcomm SM 8250 Snapdragon 865, which is a praiseworthy gaming processor. Moreover, the phone comes in two versions. One with a RAM/ROM capacity of 8GB/256GB, whereas a slightly more expensive unit, comes with 12GB/512GB. To power, all this Shark 3 Pro has a battery of 5000mAh, which is more than what Shark 2 Pro had.

The design is excellent, almost giving the phone a console-like appearance. Moreover, it even has pop-up gaming triggers for making each gaming session more immersive. The device is available in two colors Phantom Black and Armor Gray. At its rare, it has a triple camera with the main lens being 64MP, with a 13MP ultrawide, and 5MP depth sensor. Therefore, it allows you to record a video of 1080p with a firm 30 fps. The phone even has a decent selfie camera at 20MP, which matches up with its predecessor.

Although Shark 3 and Shark 3 Pro are launching in Europe on May 8, we are not sure about its arrival in Pakistan yet due to coronavirus outbreak, however, we are hopeful Xiaomi fans could see the phone in the local market soon after the situation eases down.

Source: GSMarena, EU.BlackShark, Business Wire

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