Although we still have no concept what Xiaomi is preparing to reveal at MWC 2018 in Barcelona next week, the quickly growing Chinese mobile phone maker may be difficult at work on a grand overall of 3 brand-new flagship gadgets.

That’s right, there’s a 3rd one, supposedly codenamed “Blackshark”, which might see daytime prior to or after a foreseeable Mi 7 and progressively possible Mi MIX TWO. Xiaomi supposedly established a subsidiary just recently in charge of this gaming-centric Black Shark task, however a few of the details exposed by AnTuTu makes us skeptical the upcoming Snapdragon 845 powerhouse will have the ability to handle the similarity the Razer Phone.

Particularly, a 2160 x 1080 screen resolution that yields a fashionable 18:9 or 2:1 element ratio, fading nevertheless in contrast to the pixel count of the more standard 16:9 Razer Phone with 2560 x 1440 resolution.

32 GB internal storage area likewise appears low for a high-end “video gaming” item, however on the extremely intense side of things, this early Xiaomi Blackshark standard lists 8GB RAM and Android 8.0.

On The Other Hand, there’s some trustworthy brand-new Xiaomi Mi 7 details drifting around too, consisting of the very same top-shelf Snapdragon 845 processor, modern Android 8.0 Oreo software application, tips of a strange double video camera plan, and alas, a relatively modest-sounding 3,170 mAh battery.

There’s no word on screen size, element ratio or if a jumbo-sized Mi 7 Plus variation is likewise in the pipeline, however the “routine” Mi 7 is anticipated to sport an “Constantly on” OLED screen made by Samsung. That’s quite interesting things, once again, we need to highlight Xiaomi’s 2018 flagship release timeline is a huge, fat enigma.

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