Xiaomi’s next gaming phone, the Black Shark 4, was officially teased by the company yesterday revealing 120W fast charging on top of a 4,500 mAh battery. The same phone has now been spotted on the Antutu benchmark with a score that obliterates all competition on the list.
Black Shark CEO Luo Yuzhou took it to Weibo to announce that a Black Shark 4 prototype has achieved the highest score on the Antutu benchmark yet. The phone scored 788,505 on the benchmark, which leaves behind all phones in the competition, including the Oppo Find X3 (around 771k) and the iQOO 7 (around 752k).
The executive credits this achievement to the dedication and hard work of Black Shark engineers, but the CEO is still not satisfied. He says that he will not be satisfied until the Black Shark brand managed to score 800,000 on the Antutu benchmark.
Since the teaser campaign for the upcoming Black Shark 4 is going strong, we expect to see an official announcement soon with the launch a few weeks from now.
The Black Shark 4 is going to have 120W fast charging, a 4500 mAh battery, and according to rumors, a high refresh rate display with FHD+ resolution, and of course, the Snapdragon 888 SoC.