Unboxing and Hands-on with the BlackView BV6800Pro
The BlackView BV6800Pro is a rugged phone that offers a little bit more than other durable phones on the market. While they include wireless charging, NFC, an IP68 durability rating, and a gorilla glass 3 display, they still manage to keep the price under $250. BlackView sent us a review unit and we did a hands-on video for you.
The phone is powered by the MediaTek MT6750T and 4GB of RAM. When it comes to performance, the software is nice and snappy when navigating the Android 8.0 system. Gaming will give you a little bit a lag as well as other 3D intensive apps. But even though this phone isn’t the best at gaming, it’s a niche product. The people buying this phone aren’t going to be buying it to play games. This phone is for people who work in extreme conditions and need a phone that can to the basics really well. That’s what the BV6800Pro is all about.
|Chipset||MediaTek MT6750T octa-core 1.5GHz|
|Display||5.7”FHD+ 18:9 display|
|Battery||6580mAh with Wireless Charging|
|Camera||16MP [Back] 8MP [Front]|
When it comes to durability, BlackView makes some of the toughest phones on the market. The BV6800Pro is waterproof up to 5 meters for an hour of being submersed. It’s also protected against accidental drops, dust, rain, ice and all kinds of difficult environments that you might come across.
For $249.99 the BlackView BV6800Pro is a great deal for this super rugged phone. Get it today on pre-sale using the link below.Get the BlackView BV6800Pro for $249.99
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