Xiaomi Black Shark 2 showcased in a leaked hands-on video
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It's no secret that Xiaomi is prepping to announce a follow-up to the Black Shark gaming smartphone released back in April all thanks to the TENAA listing that popped up last month. The company even set up a landing page for the first or the second generation but our bet is on the latter. Luckily, we don't have to wait too long to see how it looks as a leaked hands-on video gives out a neat RGB glowing logo on the back as well as RGB-illuminated side strips.

Unfortunately, the video is too...


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