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Xiaomi Blackshark 4 appears on TENAA and Google Play Console


Image: Black Shark 3 Pro

A new listing seen on TENAA’s website sees model numbers KSR-A0 and PRS-A0. It goes by the codename “Kaiser”, and is also believed to be the successor to the Blackshark 3, the Blackshark 4 and its Pro variant.

The PRS-A0 variant has a render available on TENAA. However, the KSR-A0 does not, however it does show some of its key specs, which is listed below. It is believed that the PRS-A0 is the base and the KSR-A0 is the Pro variant.

Blackshark 4 PRS-A0 front render
Blackshark 4 PSR-A0 back render
Blackshark 4 PSR-A0 left side render
Xiaomi Blackshark 4 PSR-A0 right side render

The front of the Blackshark 4 appears to have a waterdrop notch, the rear has a plain-looking horizontally-arranged camera array, the left side seems to have a SIM Card tray and the right side is the busiest, it houses two shoulder buttons and the power button, which also seem to function as a side-mounted fingerprint scanner.

These are the key specs of the KSR-A0 variant.

The KSR-A0 variant shows that it has a 6.67in display and has a 4500mAh battery. It is also going to use the latest version of Android, Android 11 as its operating system. There is no word yet about its processor, or camera system but it is widely believed to use the flagship Snapdragon 888

The PSR-A0 variant’s specs also appeared on Google Play Console:

The listing showed that the PSR-A0 would have 12GB RAM, runs Android 11, has a FHD display, and a screen density of 440ppi. It also erroneously showed that the device runs Qualcomm Snapdragon 865, a nearly two-year old flagship chipset, as it is widely believed that the phone would run the latest Snapdragon 888 flagship processor, like its Pro sibling.

It also has been listed on AnTuTu, which currently has the highest score on its benchmarks, having a whopping total of 788,505 points.
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