In this period more gaming terminals are popping up than usual and Black Shark, Xiaomi's gaming brand, presented the second iteration of its flagship terminal: the Black Shark 2 Pro.

The hardware equipment is very respectable and makes use of the latest components on the market. The processor is Qualcom Snapdragon 855 Plus, with its 1 + 3 + 4 cores configuration, a GPU in about 1 power Teraflops, 12GB of ram LPDDR4X and up to 256GB of UFS 3.0 memory. All cooled by what the company calls the "3.0 direct contact liquid cooling system."

Much attention seems to be placed in the display, but not with common metrics. The panel is a Amoled of characteristics still unknown. However, it will have a sampling frequency of 240hz inputs and will be the monitor with the lowest latency on the market: just 34,7ms which is a very low value for smartphones.

The device also integrates a system to regulate how much your thumb movement corresponds to game actions, an analogue of the mouse DPI. The rest of the equipment is first line, with 4000mAh battery, Sony IMX586 sensor from 48Mpx and two front speakers from well 1W.

Mobile gaming is growing and the birth of dedicated smartphones is a natural symptom. The advantage is that a mobile phone with this power will be very powerful in all other usage scenarios. Blackshark has also entered into agreements with Gameloft sponsoring the first Asphalt eSport Series, which will play its final at Gamescom in Germany this August.

The product will be on sale in China starting from August 2. At change, the version with 128GB of internal memory will be sold to 391 €, while the one from 256GB will cost 521 €. At the moment there is no precise information for marketing here, but it will come soon.