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Black Shark 2 Pro images leaked online before its release

Author at TechGenyz Mobile
Black Shark 2 Pro Smartphone

Black Shark 2 Pro is all set to launch tomorrow in China but before its big reveal, the photos of the smartphone has leaked online. The photos reveal plenty of details of the soon to be released smartphone, both of the front and the backside. The display screen panel appears to be the same as its predecessor, from the photos.

As such, the Black Shark 2 Pro features the AMOLED panel. With the advent of the Snapdragon 855 Plus incorporated in the smartphones for a better gaming experience, it was expected that the Black Shark 2 Pro will come with a higher refresh rate screen panel. However, it does not look like the will come equipped with it.

The teasers about this smartphone have always emphasized its 240Hz touch response but this is nothing new as its predecessor also featured this touch response technology. In terms of aspect ratio, it will be the same as the previous version of this smartphone.

Coming to the rear design: the rear design also does not deviate much from its previous version. Even though it is a Pro version and some upgraded features were expected even in terms of the built, the Pro is also made of rugged glass and metal. However, there is a possibility that more RGB lighting has been introduced in this Pro version.

The edges around the central spine will hold the Black Shark logo lit with green color. The Black Shark 2 Pro will feature 12GB RAM and will have the memory extended up to 512 GB which will make it somewhat similar to the ROG Phone 2. We can expect to see 6GB and 8GB RAM configurations being phased out this time around in favor of 12GB+128GB, 12GB+256GB, and 12GB+512GB variants.

The smartphone will be available in three color variants: Black, Blue, and Ice Silver.

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