The new Blackview BV9800 and BV9800 Pro, designed for outdoor adventures, has just officially hit the market. This is his clear bet in the photography world, combined with the roughness of a rugged phone, according to the brand. It’s not a flagship, unfortunately. We are going to get a MediaTek-Helio P70 mid-range chip. Let’s see the Specifications.
The BV9800 and BV9800 Pro are equipped with the Helio P70, 6 GB RAM and an internal storage capacity of 128 GB. The screen is 6.3 inches with a resolution of 2340 x 1080. Sony® 48MP camera (not present on other rugged handsets) sports the new Blackview models. The BV9800 Pro also features two external sensors, a thermal imaging camera for the FLIR ® Lepton ® and a 5-MP FLIR MSX ® camera, which allows users to see and measure heat. The BV9800 also features an ultra-wide 16MP lens with 120 degrees for wide-shots and macro shots and a Bokeh 5MP depth camera. The thermal camera, on the other hand, plays an important role in outdoor adventures. This camera could, therefore, be important for many jobs in darker, harder environments. The following image shows both the BV9800 model of the camera because a basic and a Pro version are available.
Both Versions are certified to IP68/IP69K/MIL-STD-810G and are resistant to water, dust, and drops. BV9800 and BV9800 Pro are fitted with the navigation system of GPS, GLONASS, and BEIDOU. Sensors like the barometer and 6580 mAh battery with quick charging and wireless connections are also included. This can be used for 2 to 3 days, or in standby mode for up to 35 days.