Phone maker Blackview are launching the new Alife P1 Pro with a flash new design and built in fingerprint scanner.
Blackview made a little noise at the start of the year with the release of the Blackview S1 and a pair of helmet mounted action cameras. The latest phone to fly the Blackview flag is another smartphone this time with a nice new design and up to date specs.
From a design stand point Blackview have gone for a sleek, stylish design with a 2.5D arc glass display up front, and gold chassis as a nice contrast against the white face and rear. The display on the phone is a 5.5-inch panel (the standard for the year) with a resolution of 1280 x 720 making it a HD panel similar to the one found on the Ulefone Be Touch.
Like the Be Touch, Blackview have opted to add a fingerprint scanner on the P1 Pro for added security but under a front facing physical home button ala Meizu rather than on the rear of the phone.
A quad-core MT6735 chipset brings with it 64bit architecture to run Android 5.1 smoothly along with 4G LTE, Bluetooth 4.0 and dual band WIFI. Memory is 2GB RAM and 16GB internal memory.
That slim gold chassis might look thin, but it is thick enough for a 3000mAh battery to live inside, space for a 32GB SD card, dual LTE SIM cards and 13 mega-pixel rear and 5 mega-pixel front cameras.
More details of the Blackview Alife P1 Pro can be seen over on the official Blackview website, however pricing and a launch date are still to be released.