The battery to last for 75 days, the RAM is 21 GB: The Blackview BV9300 phone will go on sale from May 10

May 9, 2023  22:06

On May 10, Blackview BV9300 will go on sale, a rugged and protected phone equipped with an innovative laser rangefinder and a number of attractive features, from a super-powerful battery that lasts up to 75 days on a single charge (in standby mode) to an impressive amount of RAM.

The screen of Blackview BV9300 is 6.7 inches, the refresh rate of the image is 120 Hz. The processor is a MediaTek Helio G99 octa-core single-chip system with 12 GB of physical RAM and 9 GB of virtual memory (total up to 21 GB), built-in memory of 256 GB.

The smartphone is also equipped with a Samsung 32 MP front and 50 MP main camera, as well as improved ArcSoft 3.0 algorithms, which allows to get bright photos in low light conditions.

The device also has a 40-meter laser rangefinder that works with an accuracy of 1 mm and responds very quickly in just 0.3 seconds, as well as a super-bright 100-lumen flashlight that also has an SOS mode.

The Blackview BV9300 also has a 15,080mAh battery with 33W fast charging support. A full charge takes 3.5 hours, but at the same time in standby mode, one charge will be enough for 1828 hours (75 days) of operation.

The smartphone also has IP68 and IP69K protection. The screen is protected by Gorilla Glass 5, and there is a special mode for using the smartphone with gloves.

The expected price of the device will be about $220 for the first buyers. 

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