Black Shark, a players ‘ smartphone manufacturer, started its 2-game smartphone Black Shark in India. In addition, a game control, which is currently being sold in India, was also announced. Black Shark calls it the’ Rookie Kit,’ which, on 8 August at the cost of Rs. 3,498 will come from Flipkart. The Gamepad 2.0 Holder (Rs. 499) and Gamepad (Rs. 2.999) are all part of this package. It is also said that the controller is compatible with the Redmi K20 smartphone. An offer has also been announced for Black Shark 2 holders to purchase the bundle for Rs. 2.
The Black Shark Gamepad controller is supposed to operate from the box with the majority of famous Android games. There is a multifunction button on the controller with a Black Shark phone that has more features. For each match you play too you can have distinct button layouts, one of its functions. Bluetooth 4.2 functions and the gamepad is only 20 grams light. The USB Type C port is also available to charge and has a 340mAh battery, allowing a maximum of 40 hours on one charge.
Black Shark offers a gamepad and handgrip just for Re on the Flipkart. 1 every one, from today, if you purchase anytime a Black Shark phone. The offer also applies to those who have purchased a Black Shark 2 smartphone in India from its launch through Flipkart.
t is only valid on one order and can be redeemed on the My Rewards section of Flipkart between September 15 and October 15. On the Black Shark 2, the firm also offers a 5,000-rpm flat discount at the Flipkart National Shopping Days Sale from August 8th through 10th. The 6-GB RAM and 128 GB Storage Shadow Black variant is offered to retail for Rs. 34,999, the Frozen Silver version for Rs. 44,999 will be available with 12 GB RAM and 256 GB Storage.
The launch marks a historic leap for us as a brand and the community as we strive to provide our fans with all the finest gaming accessories that are specifically for mobile gamers.” “We are sure that fans will enjoy the functionality, design a feature, and enjoy the quality of our products. David Li, vice chairman of Black Shark Global said: