Considering the fact that it hasn’t even been that long since it was introduced here, RM200 discount is a relatively good amount of saving. On top of that, this deal is offered by G Store on Lazada, which is one of the most reputable retailers on the platform.
Naturally, this is not an import unit. According to G Store, it is offering original Malaysian units of the Black Shark 2 for this particular listing. Rest assured, warranty claim should not be an issue here.
Right now, the Black Shark 2 is only one of only two flagship smartphones in Malaysia with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 chipset – the other being the Xiaomi Mi 9. While RM2,299 is still quite a sum of money, you’re getting a really good gaming smartphone – check out our hands-on if you’d like to learn more about the Black Shark 2.