Blackview BV7000 Pro goes through a real construction site stress test


Blackview BV7000 Pro

It seems as the Blackview BV7000 Pro hasn’t gone through enough stress tests and — after getting melt down with a blowtorch — the phone is now put against one of its possible future working environments, i.e. a construction site.

Let’s see how the rugged phone comes out of this test:

Blackview let us know that they’ll also be launching a lite version of the BV7000 Pro which will be called “BV7000” and it’ll feature the following hardware:

  • Display: 5” FHD 1080*1920, Brightness 420cd/cm²;
  • Processor: MediaTek MT6737T, Quad-core, 1.5GHz;
  • GPU: ARM MaliT720-Mp2 600MHz;
  • RAM: 2GB RAM;
  • ROM: 16GB ROM;
  • 5MP front camera;
  • 8MP rear camera, f2.0;
  • Battery:3500mAh, 5V2A fast charge;
  • A nano card and a micro card, dual standby;
  • 4G LTE, Rapid 5G wifi;
  • Corning Gorilla Glass 3;
  • RGB;
  • GPS +GLONASS supported;
  • OTG function supported;
  • NFC supported;
  • Android 6.0;

Blackview BV7000 Pro

The Blackview BV7000 Pro (the one with 4G of RAM, MediaTek MT6750T CPU) can already be found on Aliexpress for $174.79. Learn more about it on their official website.

What do you guys think about Blackview’s latest rugged phone? Are you going to get one? Let us know in the comments section below.

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