Like the other smartphones in the Blackview A series, the Blackview A100 features a slim and elegant design: to be precise, the thickness is 8.8 millimeters while the weight is around 185 grams. It is 16.6 centimeters long and 7.8 centimeters wide, and features a curved rear panel that improves ergonomics when held with one hand.
From the point of view of technical specifications mounts the quad-core processor MediaTek Helio P60 that, compared to that used in the model that goes to replace, promises performance for CPU and GPU 30% higher. It is accompanied by 6 GB of RAM and a 128 GB ROM for storing your files and installing apps.
Blackview A100 also mounts a 4,680 mAh battery and runs on the Doke OS 2.0 system based on Android 11 that provides some special features such as the App Freezer to stop applications that remain active in the background thus saving RAM and consequently energy; there is also a game mode that stops the appearance of popup messages and calls, RAM Fast to speed up app startup by up to 30%, System Manager to improve, among other things, the cleaning of temporary files and battery performance.
As for the camera department, it uses a triple rear camera with 12 MP Sony IMX363 sensor and supports HDR technology for videos as well. There is a night mode that improves the shots especially from the point of view of sharpness in low light while the front camera relies on the Samsugn S5K4H7 8 MP sensor and is accompanied by Portrait and Beauty modes, both enhanced by artificial intelligence algorithms.
The schemo is 6.67 inches and has an HD resolution at 1080*2400 pixels, with an aspect ratio of 19.5:9 and a frontal coverage of 89%. Finally, there are unlocking via fingerprint scanning, NFC module for contactless payments, OTG technology for file transfer and flash drive reading, and wireless battery charging.