Blackview upgrades BL6000 Pro with Android 11

Blackview BL6000 Pro

Blackview, the world-famous smart device provider, has always contributed to elevating user experience with the irOS Upgrade Plan as a main commitment. And BL6000 Pro is one of the devices to get the upgrades. In May, Blackview had upgraded its EEA versions with Android 11 OS featuring over 100 optimizations. After months of preparation, BL6000 Pro NEU version is now also available for the new changes. So users with old Android 10 units can update via OTA easily already. However, S1 versions for the Russia area aren’t yet ready with the upgrades. With new OS features and improvements, the performance of the phone is boosted more than ever.

Improved Performance with New Features of Android 11 OS 

Features of the new OS are familiar to most Android users, but with a nice twist and perks. Android 11 OS introduces brand new features that focus on Easier Conversation Management, Smarter Device Control and Enhanced Privacy to deliver a smarter and smoother experience.

Chat Bubbles

For example it provides easier ways to manage the conversations with Chat Bubbles. With them people can get and keep up with all messages across different apps in one place. Chat Bubbles allows you for pinning important conversations and accessing that chat anytime, while multitasking.

Device Control

It also brings a more friendly interface, so users get faster and smarter controls over the connected smart home devices in one place. The new media controls enable to easily change the device, that the media plays on from the headphone to the speaker.

Privacy Protection

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Furthermore, new update gives one-time permissions to limit the access to the device’s microphone, location, and camera to enhance privacy security. And if the app is not used for a long period of time, the permission will auto reset.

Optimizations Based on Old Android 10 BL6000 Pro

Besides optimized OS smoothness with the updates, the Blackview laboratory has also made over 100 improvements for BL6000 Pro based on Android 10 version.  So both software and hardware can provide more efficient operations. Highlights include optimizations on screen mistouches, gesture conflict and fingerprint unlock.

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Optimized Screen Mistouch

Compared with the old BL6000 Pro with Android 10 OS, the sensitivity of screen touch is moderately reduced to prevent mistouch from accidental presses on the display. But without sacrificing the recognition accuracy.

Improved Gesture Conflict

Moreover, the updated BL6000 Pro now recognizes the gestures more accurately and successfully solves the sliding conflicts. And offers a conflict-free scrolling, zooming or panning on the touch screen. 

Faster Fingerprint Unlock 

Another key change is the improved sensitivity for the fingerprint sensor area. No more trying to unlock the phone several times before actually making it. You should get it quickly done now with just a slight touch. 

More Features of Blackview BL6000 Pro

Since its launch as the world’s first 5G and toughest rugged smartphone, BL6000 Pro is gathering praise from the rugged phone fans. IP68 & IP69K & MIL-STD-810G certified, it easily survives even in extreme outdoor adventures. It performs basic phone functions normally even in a temperature as low as -30°C. Equipped with 5G MediaTek Dimensity 800, 8GB RAM and 256GB ROM, 48MP Sony® IMX582 rear camera, 125° ultra-wide camera, 6.36″ FHD+ display, 5280 mAh battery and NFC and more, BL6000 Pro totally changes rugged phone experience. And the new OS upgrades and optimizations will bring the performance to a whole new level too.

Users with Android 10 on BL6000 Pro should upgrade it via OTA to enjoy new features and functions right now. And newcomers seeking a  different rugged phone experience, should click here to know more details. OS upgrades on more Blackview devices will follow too. So stay tuned.

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