The Black Shark 3 has gone through the AnTuTu benchmark ahead of its March 3 announcement revealing a few key specs in the process. Meanwhile, the company posted another official teaser confirming the battery capacity and charging speed.
The Black Shark 3, bearing model code MBU-A0, will be powered by the Snapdragon 865 SoC and run Android 10 out of the box.
The version that went through the benchmark had 12GB RAM and 512GB storage onboard, but we imaging you’d be getting far less storage in the base versions. We’ve also heard of a 16GB RAM variant so might be looking at the middle option here.
AnTuTu also reveals that Black Shark will sport a display of 3120×1440 pixel resolution, which is rumored to have a refresh rate of 120Hz. The smartphone posted a score of 600,000, which is really impressive, although we’ll withhold judgement until we get the final unit for a review.
The Black Shark 3 was rumored to pack a 5,000 mAh battery with 65W fast charging support. The rumors got the charging speed right, but Black Shark’s official teaser now says the battery capacity will actually be 4,720 mAh.
More features of the Black Shark 3 are likely to be officially confirmed in the days leading to the unveiling.