The next Black Shark gaming smartphone is on its way. The Black Shark 3 has been spotted on the 3C certification site in China. According to the listing, the Black Shark 2 successor will have support for 65W fast charging. The listing does not reveal much about the upcoming gaming phone. Further, Black Shark has confirmed a 90Hz display with a 270Hz touch sampling rate. The company says that the phone has a single-finger touch response delay as low as 24ms and multi-finger touch response delay as low as 28ms. The company has also confirmed that it will be launched at an online event in China on March 3.
A screenshot of 3C certification of the Black Shark 3 gaming phone was shared on Slashleaks. The listing suggests that it will support 5G. The handset is listed with model numbers Shark MBU-A0 and Shark KLE-A0. As mentioned before, the listing also says that Black Shark 3 will have support for 65W fast charging. Moreover, Black Shark recently announced its partnership with Tencent Games, which is popular for creating games like PUBG Mobile. The partnership may bring hardware and software optimisations on the next gaming phone from Black Shark.
Further, Black Shark CEO Luo Yuzhou was seen taking a poll on Weibo regarding the best charging combination for a 5G gaming phone. Most fans selected the 5000mAh with a 65W charging combination. It is said to allow the phone to fully charge in 38 minutes.
Earlier, the Black Shark 3 5G was certified by MIIT, a Chinese certification website. In the certification, it revealed that the phone could possess 16GB of RAM. Theoretically, it should be the world's first phone with 16GB RAM. However, we should wait for the official announcement.