Black Shark Wireless Earbuds Wireless Headphones with 45ms Ultra-low Latency, Gaming Earbuds with Bluetooth 5.2, Dual Modes, 10mm Driver, 35H Playtime, IPX4 Waterproof, Built-in Mic - Lucifer T1
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They absolutely meet their promise of low-latency gaming and while the sound of explosions might come across a lot less punchy than you’d like, you will never miss a sound thanks to their clarity. This is helped by the presence of pop-up physical triggers along the right edge of the phone, which can be assigned a function for your game, to turn your smartphone into a device that more resembles a gaming controller. This marks it out as one of the most powerful phones with this chipset, beating the Samsung Galaxy S22 Plus by around 100 points and the Xiaomi 12, OnePlus 10 Pro and Oppo Find X5 Pro by even more.
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The case is light(which is good if you’re throwing it in your pockets) and while it will charge the wireless earbuds it won’t charge as much as some true wireless cases. The buds themselves are very lightweight and are IPX4 waterproof certified so you can comfortably use these for your workouts. Mids in my opinion sounded better on the gaming audio setting, they were a little more forward in the sound signature.The Black Shark 5 Pro’s screen marks a surprising downgrade from both the non-Pro device and the 4th-generation models. Our favorite issues this time included the volume rocker changing the sound of audio, but not the icon that’s meant to show you how loud your music is; the notification to indicate that the triggers are in their pop-up position appearing even when they’re not; and background apps (including music players) randomly turning off. The display shares its 1080 x 2400 resolution with the vast majority of Android phones, but the 144Hz refresh rate (which means the image updates 144 times per second) is a little higher than most.
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Yet even during intense exercise with a significant amount of sweat dripping into my ears, the earbuds did stay put. Black Shark is a subbrand of Chinese tech giant Xiaomi and is laser focused on mobile gaming devices including the ridiculous Black Shark Gaming smartphone.However, there’s just something cheapish feeling about the T1 compared to more premium buds like the Razers or EPOS buds.