Xiaomi Black Shark 2 Pro poses in the first photo. A smartphone equipped with the new Snapdragon 855+ system also visited the benchmarks in which he scored cosmic results. For example, in AnTuTu Black Shark 2 Pro scored over 400,000 points, which is a record performance – less than 10% better than its predecessor.
The Black Shark series from Xiaomi are smartphones designed for fans of mobile games on Android. It is difficult to say how many such people are there, but the Chinese apparently see the sense in such devices, as they are working on the next generation.
On July 30th Xiaomi Black Shark 2 Pro, armed with the latest, top SoC Snapdragon 855+, will debut. Thanks to benchmarks, we know what performance it offers. In short, there is power!
Let’s start with GeekBench, which focuses on CPU performance. The new Xiaomi smartphone scored 3632 on a single core test and 11304 on all cores, only slightly better than the average SD855 smartphone.
A much bigger difference can be seen in AnTuTu. In this popular general performance research program, Black Shark 2 Pro managed to cross the 400,000-point barrier by stopping at 405598 points. This is about 10% better than Black Shark 2 with the original Snapdragon 855, and the biggest advantage can be seen in the GPU field.
Undoubtedly, AnTuTu rankings are expected to see major changes at the top in the coming months, and Black Shark 2 will be a performance demon. AnTuTu revealed not only the performance, but also the partial specification of Black Shark 2. In addition to Snapdragon 855+ with Adreno 640, the smartphone will get 12 GB of RAM, 256 GB of memory and a Full HD+ screen. Android 9 Pie will also be on board.