If there’s one thing Blackview is known for, it’s their super tough phones, and that’s that they are experts at creating phones that can withstand any condition, no matter how unfavorable or extreme. At the same time, Blackview prefers to offer discreet designs in their phones, differentiating themselves from the competitors who bet on coarser and less aesthetic designs. With these premises, Blackview is about to present its new phone for early 2020 that has been almost completely filtered, the Blackview BV5500 Plus, a phone with a great design and incredible resistance.
Ruggedized phones have earned a place in the hearts of many and if Blackview bet on simpler designs as we see in this Blackview BV5500 Plus, we are pretty sure that they will get many more followers. These phones offer great batteries and great strength, so for users who do not seek the top features but if these two elements, are the best alternatives we can find in the market today.
Blackview wanted to innovate in the design of the phones roughed up with this BV5500 Plus and has opted for an ergonomic design, reminiscent of the rear finish of the Xiaomi Black Shark, which will make our hand much more comfortable on the phone. The size of the terminal is compact or at least that seems before knowing the exact dimensions and is that it has a 5.5 inch screen in 18:9 format with reduced frames, so it may be ideal for those who do not want a phone too big.
About the resolution of this screen, it’s HD+ and we have to take into account that this terminal will be part of the medium range or the input range according to the characteristics we know today. This screen has IPS technology and is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3 and will be perfect to improve the battery consumption of the terminal, battery of which we still do not know its capacity.
If you are interested in the internal hardware, the Blackview BV5500 comes with a quad-core processor, the MediaTek MTK6739 accompanied by 3 GB of RAM, which will be sufficient for our simple day-to-day tasks, such as consulting social networks or using messaging applications. With this low performance processor, it’s clear that we’re looking at an entry-level terminal. If we want something higher, perhaps the Blackview BV9900 Pro will be more suited to our needs.