Announced a couple of weeks ago, the new Blackview BV9900E brings a slew of hardware and software changes and improvements. It also has a friendly price at $259.99 (from Sep 21 to Oct 5 PT, original price at $399.99).
The Blackview BV9900E is the new rugged outdoor phone who can survive basically any environment, and with IP68&IP69K&MIL-STD 810G. As hard as it is to believe, its real draw may be it support work at even -30°C. According to the market feedback, many people think Blackview’s BV-series is pitched to becoming the largest rugged outdoor smartphone brand in the World. According to investigations by relevant agencies, the BV series has shipped 100 million unit phones in till date.
Now check out the Blackview BV9900E video:
Tri-Proof Design, Ready to Withstand The Unexpected
At first look, the Blackview BV9900E looks a lot like its predecessor(BV9900 Pro). But if you look closer, you’ll notice a few key differences: Tough metal frame, shock-proof liquid silicone and Corning® Gorilla® Glass 5 let BV9900E being an ultra-rugged, ultra-reliable smartphone built for intensive outdoor use. A 5.84-inch FHD+ waterdrop display offers superior clarity and vivid colors. Protected by Corning® Gorilla® Glass 5, it greatly enhances daily drops and scratches resistance. The most amazing thing is when the temperature decreases to -15℃, the user will be notified of starting the IceMode so Phone, Message, Contacts, Camera can still work normally at the low temperature of -15℃ to -30℃.
Stronger Software & Camera Experience
The Blackview BV9900E ships with Android 10, it has many user-friendly features: minimalistic UI, exquisite iconography, intuitive Navigation Gestures, power-saving Dark Mode, Smombie-cure Grayscale, all-apps-in Drawer and much more. Everything is fast, smooth, and efficient.
Besides that, Blackview BV9900E sports a quad-camera setup which consists of a Sony® IMX582 48MP main camera with an f/1.79 aperture, a 16MP 120° ultra-wide-angle camera, a 0.3MP depth sensor, and a 2MP macro camera. It also supports HDR, Night mode, 4K and Underwater mode. A feature worth noting is that Blackview BV9900E's 16MP front camera also supports FaceCute(adjusts your skin tone based on the ambient light conditions to provide a high-quality selfie), Portrait and Face Unlock, which is not the case in many other rugged outdoor smartphones.
The Blackview BV9900E is powered by a MTK Helio P90 chipset along with 6GB of RAM 128GB of ROM, UFS2.1 storage. The 4380mAh big battery can standby 22days. The BV9900E incorporates the latest features and functions in a slim design: NFC, Heart rate monitor, barometer, GPS&GLONASS&BeiDou&Galileo navigation systems all at your fingertips.
The BV9900E incorporates the side fingerprint sensor technology for smooth unlock and a side customizable key for 7 function shortcuts and quick access to your favorite app. Start Soundrecording, Open Flashlight, Screenshots, Open Underwater Camera, Open PTT, Open SOS, Open Game Mode.
The Blackview BV9900E goes on sale globally via the AliExpress official Store on September 21 for an affordable price tag of $259.99.
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