Without seeing more of your kitty, I can't say for certain. However, just from the head shot, my first thought is that it's a mix, usually referred to as a domestic short hair (DSH), or if your cat had long hair it would be a (DLH), domestic long hair.
Cat breeds are no-where near as complicated as, say, dog breeds. It's really just narrowed down to the length of their coat (minus a few exception, sphynx, maine coone, etc.) As HxProf said, there are Domestic short hairs, domestic long hairs, and also domestic medium hair cats. That being said, I would say it is a Domestic medium hair.
Like what the others say. Is there more black on him? It could be a Tuxedo cat
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