Xiaomi Black Shark Sky smartphone patents reveal the new design

Xiaomi Black Shark Sky - Feature

The dedicated Gaming smartphone brand, Black Shark, created by Xiaomi is already believed to be working on the third edition of its Black Shark series phones. While India is yet to welcome its phones to the market, the brand is likely to introduce the third edition dubbed as Xiaomi Black Shark Sky. 

Xiaomi Black Shark Sky: The next Black Shark phone?

A new leak coming from LetsGoDigital has led us to believe that Xiaomi is going to make some design change. They may not be radical but could introduce a fresh new approach to the design of the gaming phones. Below let’s take a look at what could be the future of the Xiaomi Black Shark phones. 

The Black Shark line-up could finally introduce a notch-tastic design. Yes, it could be happening as per the patent diagrams reveal. A small circular notch might make its way to the next Black Shark phone. 

Xiaomi Black Shark Sky 2 - Feature

Plus, the rear camera setup could pack an extra camera sensor, making it a triple lens camera setup. The third camera is said to be a ToF sensor. It could be used for 3D object scanning, AR, and 3D photography. 

While one diagram showcases the circular notch, there is another one which gives us a rectangular notch. Remember these are the patent application, and it would only mean that the next Black Shark phone may end up looking like either of them or there could be two Black Shark phones. We suggest you take this information with a pinch of salt. 

Same goes for the rear camera setup, there are diagrams that suggest the company might not introduce a third sensor. What do you guys think of the upcoming Xiaomi Black Shark phone? Let us know in the comment section below.


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