The only interruption to this impressive display is the hole-punch selfie camera cut-out at the top, smack dab in the middle. Still, it’s not particularly distracting, nor are the bezels around the edges of the screen, which are pleasingly narrow. Xiaomi says there’s a 85.8% screen-to-body ratio here – not the best, but still very decent.
The colorimetry of the Black Shark 5 Pro’s screen is faithful as long as you opt for the Standard color mode. I don’t have any measurement tools to see this precisely, but the tones seemed a bit too cool with the Vivid mode enabled by default.
The gaming smartphone space is exploding with some seriously good powerhouses at competitive prices, so Xiaomi (the company behind Black Shark) needs to do something special. If you’re wondering why I didn’t include any https://www.zinfo.pl/unveiling-the-impressive-zte-n817-specs-your/ Night mode selfie samples, here’s the 411.
- The main selling point of this handset is gaming of course, so we did fear that the camera system would be something of an afterthought for Xiaomi.
- Xiaomi’s gaming partner has told us about the autonomy of the Black Shark 4.
- Xiaomi Black Shark 4 Pro price in USA is starting from USD 579.
- The raw power of the Snapdragon 870 is strong but it definitely won’t beat the likes of the Snapdragon 888+.
- One area where the Black Shark 4 Pro excels is in the display department.
The night mode is pretty competent at illuminating very dark scenes, but it doesn’t beat the capabilities of some top phones in its market. When paired to your phone’s Bluetooth, it can even be programmed to change colors based on the game you’re playing. At full “Frozen” speeds, it can get pretty audible, but it genuinely feels like a freezer is attached. Quieter fan speeds are available for when you don’t need that arctic cool. For less than $30, if you plan on gaming hard with this phone, it’s a no-brainer.