While most gaming phones tend to have upper-mid-range or premium prices, the upcoming Xiaomi Black Shark 4 might buck that trend as new information suggests it’ll have low specs in a few areas, suggesting it could release at a lower cost than its predecessors and rivals.
The Black Shark 4 has been certified on Chinese certification website TENAA, as spotted by PlayfulDroid, and the accompanying photos mean we’ve got some early snaps of the smartphone.
Now it’s worth pointing out that this phone has the model number PRS-A0, while we’d previously heard the Black Shark 4 was the KRS-A0.
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