We never, ever accept money to review a product. The Gamepad 3 is directly compatible with the Black Shark 3 or 3 Pro, and can be used with any other Black Shark phone via an adapter. 80% Xiaomi Black Shark 3 review Bron: Techradar EN→NL If you're looking for a smartphone to play mobile games on, you'll be safely serviced with the Black Shark 3, as its hardware and software work well together to make your gaming experience a treat. With an overall score of 61, the Xiaomi Black Shark 3 Pro comes in right at the very bottom of our Display rankings so far — a full 10 points behind the next lowest (the Asus ROG Phone 3), due in large part to its poor showings in our readability and color testing, and especially because of its performance for video. This amount is subject to change until you make payment. This said, of the four devices, only the OnePlus 8 Pro (first on left) puts in a noticeably better performance in bright daylight conditions (but even it falls outside the realm of acceptable): The Xiaomi Black Shark 3 Pro responds smoothly and quickly enough to increases in light levels, but is quite slow to respond to decreasing light; further, it shows a significant drop in brightness at the lowest light levels (but then adjusts to a better level after a slight delay). It’s not as bad as the ROG Phone’s skin, but it adds some bloatware and makes a few pointless UI changes – why phone makers insist on swapping Android’s native contacts, calendar and file management apps for lessor clones in this day and age is beyond me. $650. While the graph does not make it clear that the other devices are brighter than the Black Shark 3 Pro, the photo comparisons below make it quite obvious that the Xiaomi display’s output, even on-axis, is perceptibly darker than output from the other tested devices: Viewed at an angle of 45°, all devices lose some degree of brightness and color, but once again, the Xiaomi is noticeably dimmer and more difficult to read that the other devices: Finally, the Black Shark 3 Pro struggled to provide enough brightness to be readable at its lowest settings, especially at night, regardless of whether the blue light filter (BLF) was turned off or on, as the comparisons below show: With BLF on (below), the Black Shark 3 Pro was not only dark, but took on a slightly orange cast (though not as pronounced a cast as on either the OnePlus or Asus phones): DXOMARK uses the device’s gallery app to show static (still image) content when measuring the device’s display for white point, gamut, uniformity, color fidelity, and blue light filter impact, etc. Test results are from Black Shark lab.