Much like the Blackview BV9900, the Blackview BV9900 Pro does it best to offer a beefy specs sheet together with a military-grade chassis. So in summary, enthusiasts have a tough smartphone capable of running tasks swiftly. Details on it specs and price will be discussed here, which is geared towards helping you make your purchase decision.
– Wide-angle camera 120 Degree, 16 MP
– Sony’s ultra-clear camera 48 MP
– Depth camera 5 Mega Pixel
– Macro camera 2 Mega Pixel
Underwater to a depth 1.5 Meter
1080 Pixel 30 fps
Li-Po battery 4380 MAH non-removable
Fast battery charging
Fast charging 18 W
Other battery features
– Qi wireless charging 10 W
Other Sound features
– Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic.
Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac, dual-band, Wi-Fi Direct, hotspot
V 5.0 With A2DP and LE
yes, A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, BDS
2.0 , Type C 1.0 Reversible connector
– IP68 dust/water resistant / (up to 1.5 M for 30 Minute)
– MIL-STD-810G is compatible with
– Key PTT Emergency
Mobile price in dollars
Blackview BV9900 Pro
As surprising as it is, we think that the BV9900 Pro is not perfect and will not, therefore, get a perfect 5 like its predecessor. A few reasons for that; firstly, it is not as groundbreaking as the BV9800 Pro as it only brings in some significant but ultimately marginal improvements. There’s still no Android 10 or 5G, despite the BV9900 Pro is a flagship model. Ditto for the lack of 256GB option and the smaller battery capacity.
That’s not to say that the BV9900 Pro is an average phone. The Mediatek P90, the extra 2GB of RAM, the 48-megapixel camera, and the switch to UFS are real improvements but Blackview was THAT close to getting an extra half a point to reach quasi-perfection. Let’s hope that happens with the BV10000 Pro later this year, one which is likely to get Android 10 and 5G courtesy of the Mediatek Dimensity 820 series.