It seems like Xiaomi and Nanchang Black Shark Technology are again going to produce something exciting for the Android users who are interested in gaming. A TENNA certification listing indicates that Xiaomi Black Shark successor, Black Shark 2, is on its way.
According to the listing, Xiaomi Black Shark will sport a 5.99-inch display and 4,000 mAh battery. Apparently, this same configuration was also seen in Xiaomi Black Shark, which was released back in April. However, the same listing unveils that the device will be slightly thicker from its predecessor; the new dimensions are 160mm x 175.26mm x 8.7mm.
Also, the newly leaked images suggest that the device will arrive with a vertically stacked dual camera set up at the back. Also, there is a fingerprint sensor on the back as well. The one-touch Shark key to key to turn gaming mode can still be seen on the side.
Xiaomi Black Shark (One) was launched in China for a price of RMB 2,999 (approx $436). The device was specifically made for gaming and even has a liquid cooling system inside.
Although Xiaomi Shark never made it to the global market, considering the overwhelming response when stacked up against Asus ROG and Razer phone, Xiaomi might launch it in the other countries as well.