Today the brand’s CEO took to Weibo to share the fact that a prototype Black Shark 4 has managed to achieve the highest score ever on the AnTuTu benchmark: 788,505 points. That’s much more than Xiaomi’s Mi 11 (hovering around 700k-710k), or other unreleased phones like the Oppo Find X3 (around 771k) or iQOO 7 (around 752k).
This accomplishment has been explained as coming from the dedication of Black Shark engineers, but the CEO still isn’t fully satisfied – and apparently won’t be until the Black Shark 4 breaks the 800,000 mark on AnTuTu.
Since a teaser campaign for it now seems to be in full force, we’re assuming the official announcement of the Black Shark 4 can’t be further away than a few weeks. Expect the phone to sport an OLED screen with 1080×2400 resolution, and have the Snapdragon 888 chipset at the helm, of course.
Via 1 (in Chinese) | Via 2