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Detailed information about Blackview BV7000

Mon May 15, 2017 9:16 am

Blackview BV7000: A budget good-looking IP68 rugged phone,and that’ not all.

The budget rugged phone Blackview BV7000 came out after the Blackview BV7000 Pro, It’s perfect as a low-cost,disposable,ruggedized phone. Why we say that?
It’s so easy for us to find a rugged phone in aliexpress or Amazon,however,if you’re looking for a famous brand like Samsung or CAT, It will cost a lot of money. But Blackview offered the best value in their class with these specs on BV7000.

When it comes to the special usage field :
We’ve seen some video showing the Blackview BV7000(Pro) dropped several floors, frozen in ice, onto pavement.Even we did a full swimming pool test with it,but it survived from these conditions.
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When it comes to real-world usage and performance:
BV7000 feels about as feature rich as any other midrange phone that’s out there.
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Display: 5” FHD 1080*1920, Brightness 420cd/cm²;
Processor: MediaTek MT6737T, Quad-core, 1.5GHz;
GPU: ARM MaliT720-Mp2 600MHz;
Battery:3500mAh; 5V2A fast charge
Android 7.0;
Dimension: 153*78.9*12.6MM
Corning Gorilla Glass 3
GPS+GLONASS supported
Gyroscope, Compass supported
RGB, hotkont supported
Type-C supported(Equip with Type-C adapter)
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Re: Detailed information about Blackview BV7000

Tue May 23, 2017 11:56 am

information missing here is the advertised runtime one the 3500 mAH battery:

624 hours standby
9 hours HD watching
19 hours Talk time.

A s there are nagative reports with the BV7000 PRO on battery life, i'm wondering ig the BV6000 will actually reach 600 hours standby en UNDER WHICH CONDITIONS (i.e. can we check and rely on this):

- wifi off
- mobile off = airplane mode
- gps off
- screen off
- screenturn sensor off
- ..

I'm personally particularly interested in the estimated run time of the BV7000 as "navigation device" thus SCREEN-bright and GPS ON (somethimg like 8 hours?).

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