Black Shark 2 Pro AnTuTu Score Suggests Significant Upgrade in Performance Over the Black Shark 2

Black Shark 2 Pro

Black Shark 2 Pro, the gaming-centric smartphone from Xiaomi’s subsidiary company will be launched on July 30 at an event in China. The smartphone will equip the latest Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset that was launched recently by Qualcomm. As usual, the Chinese benchmark app, AnTuTu released the performance scores of the Black Shark 2 Pro smartphone today. The score reveals an increase in performance over the predecessor, the Black Shark 2. Here’s what the AnTuTu scores say:

According to AnTuTu, the Black Shark 2 Pro will equip the Snapdragon 855 Plus processor, which shows an improvement in the performance over the Snapdragon 855 chip. The Black Shark 2 Pro comes with a model number “DTL-A0” and its display has a resolution of 2340 × 1080p. The AnTuTu benchmark score of 405,598 points indicates a very significant 8% increase in performance compared with 375,592 of Black Shark 2. And the sub-scores results of the Black Shark 2 Pro in the CPU, GPU and MEM have improved significantly, but the UX has no change. The CPU performance score increased by 3.3%, the GPU increased by 14.7%, and the MEM score also increased by 11.7%. Besides all these, AnTuTu also reveals that the device will be equipped with UFS 3.0 flash memory, which increases in storage performance.

The Xiaomi Black Shark 2 Pro will be released on July 30 in China. The device has already opened for appointment on JD.com. It is already confirmed that the device will be equipped with DC Dimming 2.0 feature, which is again a significant upgrade from the previous generation.