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).
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.