I agree with the other lot: please, Blackview, don't make the mistake and put in a absolutely useless megapixel monster camera.A good CMOS sensor without interpolation (4-5 MPx front, 8-12 MPx back) delivers the goods which we need in a mobile phone!
Here's my wishlist with the must-have features for the new BV8000:
- accurate sensors for gyro, compass and acceleration (since it's an outdoor mobile, maybe temp and pressure) --> I'd rather have less sensors, but more accurate ones.
- accurate GPS and
- battery of around 4'500 mAh (coupled with a sensible firmware this is more than enough for most use cases)
- Gorilla glass 4
- 4.7 inch screen
- dual SIM
And here's the killer arguments (i.e. for NOT buying the phone):
- hybrid dual SIM with mSD slot (totally pointless, because either it is a dual SIM mobile or it is not)
- 5 inches or bigger display (it's an outdoor mobile phone. you need a bigger screen, get a tablet and stay home!)
- Helio X20 or X30 (too many cores, too much power consumption when coupled with non-optimised apps, and again: it's an outdoor mobile and not a gaming or heavy multi-tasking platform)
- bloated android (preferably it's vanilla - but AICP or slim equivalent is ok. anything north of that doesn't work for me)
That's my take on the new BV8000.
Now all I need to know; when it will be coming