While it’s true that most smartphones are being designed at the moment to incorporate 5G technology into them, some developers are going above and beyond with what their devices contain. One such developer is Xiaomi, which is set to release the Black Shark 3 at some point during 2020. While no date has been confirmed for it as of yet, rumours have circulated that the device will also have a 120 Hz and 2K screen display. Combining that with the 5G capabilities and 16GB of RAM makes this smartphone one to watch out for.
Xiaomi, which is a Chinese electronics company founded in 2010 and having its headquarters in Beijing, released the Black Shark 2 back in March of 2019. However, a lot has changed with regard to technology, since that time. And what’s set to be included in the next Black Shark release is likely to be quite a bonus. Speaking of bonuses, we have a Bet365 Bonus Code available for you to make use of from Nostrabet. This entitles you to receive additional funds on top of your initial deposit at Bet365, giving you more opportunities to bet on the sports that you love. If you end up owning the Black Shark 3, you’ll also be able to place sports bets directly from the handset, too.
So, apart from the 5G capabilities and 16GB RAM that have been confirmed in the Black Shark 3, what else will it bring to light? After all, there wouldn’t be much of a change by Xiaomi if just the RAM and data connectivity features were worked on. Well, the rumour of the next-generation display is simply that at the moment – a rumour. Yet, it would likely be something for the Xiaomi brand to brag about with the Black Shark 3.
Rumours of the Display Come with Photo Evidence
One user of the online site Weibo posted two photos describing the resolutions and refresh rates that the Black Shark 3 is set to offer. Those photos were apparently taken from some sort of prototype, and express options for both a 1080p and 2K resolution on the smartphone. Additionally, it will have 60Hz, 90Hz and 120Hz refresh rate possibilities alongside. Yet, it’s also these photos that suggest that the Black Shark 3 will integrate dynamic resolution and refresh rates as well. This would likely improve the handset’s battery life and also reduce the consumption of power at the same time.
While the more recent iPad Pro releases have incorporated similar features, if the Black Shark 3 does have a dynamic refresh rate, this implies that the device is able to fix its display at either 90 or 120 Hz. This is nothing something that the Apple products have had incorporated into them.
It’s thought that the Black Shark 3 won’t be released before the Xiaomi Mi 10, and that handset is expected to be made available in February. Therefore, with regard to the next in the series of Black Shark devices, this one should become accessible towards the end of quarter 1 or beginning of quarter 2 2020.