Shortly after the Black Shark 5, 5 RS and 5 Pro were presented, the score obtained by the new shark in the gaming world on AnTuTu has already been revealed. And, as expected, the Black Shark 5 Pro has smashed this popular benchmark with their amazing 1126716 points. This is a historical score never seen before, with which it surpasses all existing Android terminals to date.
The Black Shark 5 Pro breaks records in AnTuTu: 1126716 points
Through its official Weibo account, Black Shark published the score obtained by its new mobile gamer with the image that we leave above. This information has been revealed as part of the promotional campaign accompanying the launch of the Black Shark 5 Pro in the Chinese market. With its 1126716 points, this new terminal almost 250,000 points higher than its direct predecessorthe Black Shark 4S Pro (879152 points).
Let us remember that, for much of last year, the Black Shark 4S Pro led the ranking of the most powerful phones on the market. In February of this year it was definitively dethroned by the arrival on the market of the new flagships that bring the latest from Qualcomm under the hood: the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1. But now, with the launch of the Black Shark 5 Pro, the shark will recover the throne of the ranking to be published in March.
How has the Black Shark 5 Pro achieved this score?
There are plenty of reasons for the Black Shark 5 Pro to get this impressive score. To begin with, it has the processor as a brain Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 made with 4nm process. This chipset provides a clock speed of up to 3 GHz. And in terms of graphics processing unit, the shark brings the new Adreno 730 that offers 30% more performance compared to the Adreno 660.
And, as if that were not enough, the power of this processor is complemented by the best RAM and storage formats. It comes with 16 GB of RAM of sorts LPDDR5 and 512 GB of storage in format UFS 3.1. To this is added a NVMe SSDs which is used to create virtual RAM if necessary.
And you… Do you think that this year there will be a mobile that dares to compete against the Black Shark 5 Pro?