Blackview BV6800 Pro Key Specs, Review And Price

Blackview 6800 Pro Display And Key Specs

Taking a gander at the specification of the Blackview BV6800 Pro on paper, it appears to be a can foresee the $219 (around £170) that you can purchase this handset for online. The phone is by and large available in both Europe and the US, although it is important that there are particular models for every one of these areas.

Blackview BV6800 Pro Key Specs And Design

Blackview BV6800 Pro Key Specs:

  • Display: 5.7 inch, 2160 x 1080 Pixel Screen
  • CPU: MT6750T Octa Core 1.5GHz
  • System: Android 8.0
  • RAM + ROM: 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM
  • Camera:front camera 8.0MP + dual back 16.0MP + 0.3MP cameras
  • Sensor: E-compass, Fingerprint Sensor, Gravity Sensor, Attractive Sensor, Face ID, NFC, Gyroscope, Separation Sensor, Barosensor
  • SIM Card: Nano SIM card + Nano SIM card + microSD card slot
  • Feature: GPS, A-GPS, Glonass, Beidou
  • Bluetooth:4.1
  • 6580mAh non-removable battery

Blackview BV6800 Pro Design

In the realm of consumer electronics, achievement can be estimated by the volume of dispatched product, and for Blackview the gold standard was set by a rugged design launched in 2016: the BV6000.

The manufacturer dispatched a huge number of those, and like any fruitful movie, this has normally prompted a spin-off – the new Blackview BV6800 Pro.

Two years is a Pliocene period in smartphone timescales, and along these lines the new design is a noteworthy redo over the old BV6000, with pretty much every aspect having been improved or changed.

The most clear of these changes is that the BV6000 had a 4.7-inch 1080p presentation, while the Blackview BV6800 Pro is an entire inch greater and has a 2,160 x 1,080 goals (FHD+) screen.

That change lifts this phone into increasingly a phablet, although Blackview did exclude a stylus or any of the other great phablet accessories here.

Internally the Blackview BV6800 Pro packs 4GB of RAM, 64GB of flash stockpiling, an octa-core MediaTek MT6750T processor and ARM Mali-T860MP2 GPU.

This is a similar hardware that a wide number of low-evaluated phones have used including the Asus ZenFone Max Plus, Sharp B10, Doogee S55, Cubot P20 and ZTE Edge A610 Plus.

This hardware, plus the sensors and a 6580 mAh battery, are encased in a sensibly thin (14.8mm) polycarbonate case that has delicate rubber treated corners and aluminum sides.

The majority of the case is dark and depending on your inclination at buy it can have either yellow or green highlights.

The fingerprint reader is on the back just underneath the back cameras. On the correct side is a power button and volume rocker, and the left side sports the SIM card access, and an extra button that we expected was for the camera.

There are two versions of this gadget, one for worldwide utilization and another changed for the EU market. They contain relatively indistinguishable hardware separated from the bands secured – the frequency ranges for 3G and LTE are slightly extraordinary.

Included with the handset are some ordinary 3.5mm jack headphones and the adapter for them to use the USB Type-C port, alongside a power supply and Type-C cable, and an adapter that enables you to use the older microUSB B charging.

In any case, you don’t have to plug anything in to charge the Blackview BV6800 Pro on the off chance that you have wireless charging, as the phone supports that as well.

Blackview BV6800 Pro Design

Blackview BV6800 Pro Features

As we’ve just made reference to a decent number of features, how about we speak more about what the Blackview BV6800 Pro has that is somewhat extraordinary, and furthermore those things that were forgotten.

It may be standard for Chinese phones, however most European-targeted phones don’t have dual SIM capability like the Blackview BV6800 Pro. On the off chance that you use a microSD card to extend the capacity by up to 128GB, at that point you forfeit one of the two Nano SIM slots.

The sensor selection incorporates the following: a fingerprint sensor, proximity sensor, and surrounding light sensor, alongside an accelerometer, compass and gyroscope. The handset doesn’t have a barometric sensor or a Coulometer, however the NFC capability has been upgraded to incorporate the Chinese improved version, Hotknot.

We made reference to the extra button beforehand, and delving into the settings, we found this is a ‘multi-function button’ that can be programmed to play out a selection of actions.

Short, long or double clicks can each accomplish something other than what’s expected, although the activity decisions are fairly limited. What’s more, while you can launch the photo app with this, strangely you can’t assign the function of taking a photo to the button. Given that initiating a sound recording would one say one is of the decisions, for what reason isn’t snapping a photo?

However, these contemplations are peripheral to the genuine reason you should think about purchasing this phone, and that is to withstand the abuse you may indiscreetly expose it to.

The Blackview BV6800 Pro is one more phone that is sold as waterproof, as defined by the IP68 certification. All things considered, IP68 doesn’t mean a phone is 100% waterproof or residue protected, however the gadget ought to have the capacity to withstand total immersion in water at a depth of 1.5m for 30 minutes.

The depth is basic, because past 1.5m profound, water will get into the phone significantly more quickly, and as the handset doesn’t glide, that is guaranteed on the off chance that it ends up in water further than 1.5m.

In the promotional material, it is guaranteed that the phone can go well past these tests, dealing with a noteworthy 5m submersion for 60 minutes – and it can likewise adapt to a drop from 3m.

We take the view that all IP68 certification does is expel the distrustfulness associated with taking a phone to the shoreline, or some place where it may sensibly get sprinkled. It isn’t intended to deal with substantially more than that, and is anything but a point of disappointment that you have to investigate.

We should call attention to that, regardless of it being rehashed ordinarily somewhere else, the US military doesn’t offer a certification service for phone producers, and in this manner having breezed through a portion of the tests laid out in the MIL-sexually transmitted disease 810 document isn’t ‘certification’ or anything remotely near that.

Blackview BV6800 Pro Camera

The current trend with cameras is to use two sensors on the back to show signs of improvement low light snaps by adequately multiplying the measure of data gathered.

The Blackview BV6800 Pro uses dual Sony IMX298 16MP back cameras with flash, and there is likewise a 8MP front camera. This sensor was frequently used in Chinese flagship designs in 2017, similar to the Huawei Mate 8 and Xiaomi Mi5, and is for the most part very much respected.

Blackview BV6800 Pro Rugged And Waterproof

Blackview BV6800 Pro Performance

The performance of the Blackview BV6800 is fine, although it isn’t the speediest gadget we’ve tried when compared with the most recent Samsung products, for instance.

What this for the most part comes down to is that the vast majority of the hardware in this phone was designed in 2016 and used in 2017 products – and the less expensive ones at that.

Central to this dialog are the MediaTek MT6750T processor and ARM Mali-T860MP2 GPU, which have both been broadly used at the budget end of the market.

The MediaTek MT6750T, in particular, doesn’t contrast well and Samsung octa-cored ARM processors, as it uses a slightly odd combination of four 1.5GHz ARM-A53 cores and another four that are limited to a 1GHz clock. The logic here is that depending on the conditions, power can be moderated by better coordinating the cores to the running errands.

Generally this idea functions admirably enough, although it is significantly less great when the CPU is confronted with an undertaking that is either a solitary string or needs to use every one of the eight cores.

This admonition was obvious when we tried the phone using Geekbench 4, as it returned disappointing scores of 658 on the single-core test, 2,661 multi-core and 1,877 on the Compute test.

To place that in context, the LG Nexus 5 managed 859 on the single-core test in 2013. Furthermore, the BV6800’s multi-core result is equal to an OnePlus 2 from 2015.

The battery life, shockingly, wouldn’t spare the day. A score of 3,405 with a battery that is apparently 6580mAh isn’t incredible – particularly as the manufacturer made a major song and dance about how this was considerably more than the BV6000 that the  Blackview BV6800 Pro supplanted. The result is about the equivalent as a Samsung Universe S8, which just has a 3000mAh battery.

It is best to order this phone as nothing uncommon performance-wise, although depending on what you are using it for this probably won’t matter.

Nonetheless, for a phone intended to be used by those out in the field, the way that the battery life isn’t better, for reasons unknown, undermines the gadget to some degree.

Blackview BV6800 Pro Minor faults

No phone is immaculate, and we found a couple of peculiarities that merit making reference to any prospective buyer.

These for the most part relate to the Android OS that Blackview created for the BV6800 Pro, using the Oreo 8.0 discharge. Why it isn’t version 8.1 appears to be odd, and it hasn’t had any security updates since August, which is additionally concerning. The most recent kernel is dated September.

While testing the phone we used it with a portable SIM for some time and found that without the time provided by the phone service, the Blackview BV6800 Pro returns to GMT+8, which we assume is the time zone where it was created.

The settings offer the capacity to source the right time zone using area checking, however it doesn’t take a shot at this gadget. We additionally found that setting the alarm doesn’t really work when it enters sleep mode, and the alarm doesn’t start.

We speculate that the Android usage needs some extra work, and ideally, it will get that soon, alongside later security patches.

We additionally seen that the gizmo specified in the directions which resembles a guitar pick, and is used to prise open the SIM tray, was missing, and from what we’ve seen online it is absent from generally phones. Broken fingernails are an unmistakable risk except if you have a plectrum helpful.

Blackview BV6800 Pro Price And Availability

Blackview 6800 Pro is available in US for $219.99 And available in UK for £174.46 others region or countries can search their online local shopping for price details and availability.




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