TENAA certification reveals Black Shark 4’s horizontally placed camera module similar to Samsung Galaxy S10

by Sheetal

Earlier, we’ve reported that Xiaomi’s gaming sub-brand, Black Shark is planning to release a new smartphone, Black Shark 4. This device already spotted on Google Play Console with the codename ‘kaiser’.

Now, Black Shark 4 with model PRS-A0 has certified by Telecommunications Equipment Network Access Management (TENAA).

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Although the listing doesn’t contain information about its specifications, the image suggests that it could be an affordable gaming smartphone launched by Black Shark.

The older Black Shark phone has a game-centric rear design, but the new design has a plain appeal. At the top of the back panel, there’s a horizontal camera setup, which includes three cameras and an LED flash. Its camera module is somewhat similar to the Samsung Galaxy S10.

A pair of game trigger buttons and side-mounted fingerprint sensors are fixed on the right, while the volume rocker is placed on the left. In addition, the smartphone has a flat-panel display and a selfie camera cutout at the top center.

On the other side, the PSR-A0 has a side-mounted fingerprint reader, indicating that it may be equipped with an LCD display. The device’s Google Play console listing revealed that the device was powered by a Snapdragon 865 processor and will come with 2 GB of RAM and Android 11.

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