Xiaomis Black Shark 2 is known as a gaming smartphone with the best equipment, water cooling and LED accompaniment.
The Black Shark 2 is (surprise, surprise) black with green accents. From the front, it almost looks like a regular slab, but the green chamfer on the metal frame gives it away. This accent glints in the light as you move the phone around. The stereo speakers are hidden fairly well. Black Shark cut small slivers from the front glass where it meets the frame on the top and bottom edges and crammed them into these crevices. Where the front of the phone is all glass, the rest of the chassis is some seriously heavy metal. The side edges and rear are a single aluminum piece, broken up with a glass inset with green seams.
With a Snapdragon 855 chipset and 8GB of RAM, the Black Shark 2 certainly has the hardware you want in a gaming phone. with Liquid Cooling 3.0 technology, coupled with up to 8GB RAM. In terms of storage, the gaming smartphone packs up to 128GB of built-in storage.
Imaging capabilities of the Black Shark 2 smartphone include its main camera comprising of a 48 MP RGB sensor as well as a 12 MP telephoto sensor, which are accompanied by a dual-LED flash, as well as an HDR-enabled 20-MP sensor for selfies on the front.
When it comes to communication capabilities, the Black Shark 2 supports 4G/LTE with Carrier Aggregation (3CA for DL, 2CA for UL), 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS, GALILEO, and other advanced functionality of the Qualcomm platform. It played very well indeed and was especially impressive when the phone was plugged into a big screen. Black Shark calls this Host Mode, and it requires a USB Type-C to HDMI cable to operate. The game looked excellent on the monitor, without any noticeable delay or frame rate drop.