The Blackview Omega went on sale yesterday at $149.99 and is designed to be a stylish phone with a lot of RAM at a good price, so then why are Blackview attacking the phone with power tools?
We have seen some pretty outlandish video’s from Chinese phone makers trying to prove that their phones are as tough as nails (or in some cases even tougher), but in all honesty it’s getting kind of tiring. Sure we all want a phone that is robust and survive a few knocks and bumps, so it really strikes us as unnecessary to drill holes through phones and attack them with a cutting disk.
We’re not even sure what the following Blackview Omega videos are trying to prove. The phone get’s cut up just as you would expect it would. Surely it would be more impressive if the phone somehow survived and destroyed the cutting disk?
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The Blakview Omega Pro phone, when not getting chopped and scratched, is a dual Gorilla glass and alloy phone, with 3GB RAM, and octacore Mediatek MT6753 chipset. Blackview released this 5-inch yesterday and it currently on sale for a intro price of $149.99.
I´d prefer Blackview put their efforts in the optimization of the system and the camera instead of this kind of test , do they realize we are not using the phones as hammers or bricks? , please ,improve in the areas where it matters: the better optimization of the battery,the system and the camera