BlackView BV5800 Price Specs Review And Unboxing video. Very different from regular glass-covered phones and delicate finishes, the BlackView BV5800 puts the physical strength and battery life first, being an ideal smartphone for the passionate sports and craftsmen who need a smartphone that can be held in the same pocket with the screwdriver or adjustable key
Choosing an industrial design, Asian manufacturer BlackView chose for the BV5800 a massive plastic case tough and rubbery, practically immune to scratches and perfectly capable of taking over the impact of a fall on cement. In order not to leave a spartan look, the design also includes polished metal inserts in essential areas, such as the side of the carcase and the camera, fastened to the screws for durability
BlackView BV5800 Review And Unboxing video
Undoubtedly, the visual impact is very strong, the device can not pass as an ordinary smartphone, but that's not a bad thing. The BlackView BV5800 is its own protective case, immune to everything that is dust, mud, water and most blows.
The phone has a micro-USB connector, headphone output and the usual Power / Volume set, but they are protected under sealed lids with massive gaskets so you can take your phone even for waterfalls at sea.
The basic condition is to remember to check all the seals beforehand. The same design with lining and thick cover is also used for SIM Tray, which must be carefully removed to avoid damage to the fragile mechanism inside. Interestingly, we can enjoy a truly carefree smartphone for a very small price of $ 134.99 in Asian stores.
Inevitably, getting a budget affordable also involves a number of compromises, the BlackView BV5800 delivering less stellar performance, the hardware used, focusing primarily on using the 5580 mAh battery as efficiently as possible. We take for example the 5.5 "screen with 1440x720 pixels resolution, which is not glued to the Gorilla Glass shield applied to the outside. The consequence is the slight reduction of the viewing angles, with the benefit of better LCD screen protection in the face of strong blows.
Last but not least, we can change the broken glass of the screen without replacing the LCD panel, and the cost of repairing is so much diminished.
Other aspects, such as high image brightness, loud sound from the external speaker, and experience with version Android 8.1 is appreciated. Beyond its "hard" role, the Blackview BV5800 is a perfect smartphone capable of providing a consistent everyday experience
The popular choice for many entry-level smartphones, the Mediatek MTK6739 chipset is also present in this case. It provides a quad-core CPU (up to 1.5GHz), GPU IMG GE8100, HDR in Photo mode and Full HD shooting, LTE Cat-4 connectivity (up to 150 Mbps). The 2GB RAM is enough for an Android experience that does not include sophisticated games, but the 16GB of internal memory should be supplemented with a microSD card if we want to film on holiday
Blackview BV5800 specifications
- Operating System: Android 8.1
- Chipset: MTK6739
- Processor: 4 core Cortex-A53 1.5 GHz
- Memory: 16 GB
- Card: slot micro SD
- Date: 4G [Bluetooth:41
- USB: microUSB
- Camera: 13 MP + 0.3MP, autofocus, LED flash
- Front camera: 8MP
- : FHD
- Battery: 5580 mAh (unrecoverable)
- Dimensions: 156.9 x 78.5 x 15.5 mm
- Weight: 250 grams
- Sensors: proximity, accelerometer, biometric
- Other: OTG, Battery saver, FM radio, A-GPS receiver