Almost the main trend in mobile design over the past year or two has become frame-less. But if earlier ultra-thin side frames and cut-outs on the display could afford only flagships, today modern design can boast and absolutely inexpensive models. For example, the new Blackview A30, which looks very stylish and costs less than $100. But first things first.
The diagonal of the novelty display is 5.5 inches, and the length-to-width ratio is 19: 9. It has a very thin side frame and a cutout at the top, where the speaker and camera are hidden. However, it should be borne in mind that although the elongated frameless screen looks modern, its resolution is only 1132’540 pixels, so you can not count on good image quality.
The hardware base of the device is a quad-core processor MT6580 from Mediatek. This chip can not boast of manufacturing, alas, can not, but here comes to the rescue is not too high resolution, significantly reducing the requirements for the processor.
As for memory, the Blackview A30 received 2 GB of RAM and a drive with a capacity of 16 GB. Fortunately, the amount of memory can be expanded with MicroSD cards, but there is also a serious limitation: the maximum supported memory card is only 32 GB.
The main camera of the novelty is paired and consists of two 8-megapixel modules. The resolution of the front camera smartphone is 5 megapixels. It supports the user identification function in the face, which allows you to quickly unlock the device. The capacity of the smartphone battery is 2500 mAh.
There is a device running Android 8.1 Oreo. On the market, it is available in three colors: black, golden and blue. Until July 31 Blackview A30 can be pre-ordered for only $99.99.