Nowadays, we have a wide variety of smartphones on the market, each trying to appeal a certain range of customers. That said, if there’s a feature everybody agrees on, that’s probably battery size. Blackview understood it a while back and since then it’s been producing bigger battery phones, the latest of which is the Blackview P6000. The smartphone does indeed pack a massive 6180mAh, but how does it behave in daily use? Let’s find out in the video below!
Blackview’s video is pretty straight forward. They start with a fully charged phone and then play games for about 1hr, after that the battery sits at 93%, then they browse the web and play music for an additional two hours and at the end of that the battery is at 86%. Finally, the Blackview team leaves the phone playing 1080p video and we get 11 hours of play time.
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Blackview say they’ve heavily optimized autonomy via software, because as we all know, no battery can last long if the software is sub-par. On the Blackview P6000 you’ll also get suggestions on how to set up every up when installing them.
Beside its massive battery, the P6000 sports a 5.5-inch display and a thickness of just 9.8mm, which is quite slim considering the built-in juice-pack capacity. Overall the smartphone appears a good choice for those looking for a big battery phone with a relatively slim body and a simple look.