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Black Shark: First Camera Samples

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Aside from being a gaming-focused smartphone, the Black Shark phone also has powerful flagship worthy cameras on paper.
Black Shark: First Camera Samples
Flagship grade cameras?


At the back, this Xiaomi-backed gaming phone boasts a dual camera setup. It include a 12MP f/1.75 Sony IMX486 primary sensor paired with another 20MP f/1.75 Sony IMX376 sensor.

It also has a Dual Pixel PDAF, 2x optical zoom, and dark light enhancement technology. It also has portrait mode with "natural" looking bokeh effect.
20MP selfie shooter
20MP selfie shooter

For selfies, the it has a 20MP f/2.2 Sony IMX376 sensor.

Now, let's check if it is more than just a gaming phone! Can it take good photos too?

Camera Samples

Daylight 1
Daylight 1
Daylight 2
Daylight 2
Normal
Normal
Zoom
Zoom
Close-up auto
Close-up auto
Portrait mode 1
Portrait mode 1
Portrait mode 2
Portrait mode 2
Portrait mode 3
Portrait mode 3
Night 1
Night 1
Night 2
Night 2
Selfie daylight
Selfie daylight
Selfie indoor
Selfie indoor

Based on our first few shots, the Black Shark phone is a capable camera phone! 

Focus and shooting speed is quick. It can also shoot daylight images with plenty of details, good texture, and punchy colors.

HDR shots are flagship grade and the daylight portraits taken with this handset is one of the most natural looking on a phone. The level of depth is great as well. The 2x zoom also works well. It has sharp details for a phone.

Lowlight shots are respectable, but we expected it to be a bit better due to its pair of "bright" f/1.75 sensors. Hopefully, Black Shark can seed an update to optimize its lowlight performance further.


For selfies, the 20MP sensor shoots very detailed images with natural looking colors in daylight. It will be softer and grainier in dim indoor shots and night selfies though.

It has no screen flash as well.

But overall, the cameras of a the Black Shark is very impressive for a gaming-centric device.
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