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Blackview BV9800

  • 369,99 £ / Cheapest Price on Internet

Brand: Blackview
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(Blackview BV9800)
  • 29 Jul 2019, Mon
The best phone in the world in my opinion! Just wish it was a little bit thinner! 8000mah instead.
Reviewed on Amazon.co.uk

As a pilot myself, I love the fact that this phone has a barometer sensor and it's NOT a huge screen sized phone, it helps me with flying apps and usefulness! I just wish it was a little bit thinner, less battery maybe 8000mah for next version, also I love the separated sd card slot so we don't need to sacrifice one of our 2 sims for space. Nowadays most people have 2 sims, one personal and one for work. Thanks for making this wonderful and good looking phone!

  • 01 Apr 2019, Mon
Reviewed on Amazon.co.uk

3days of heavy use without charge, not as big as had expected.. Solid

Amazon Customer

  • 26 Mar 2019, Tue
Reviewed on Amazon.co.uk

What I really like about this phone is the battery life, it's about time there is a phone on the market that can last 2 days without charging.

Andrew Winter
  • 01 Dec 2018, Sat
My first impressions of the Blackview BV9500 Pro
Reviewed on Amazon.co.uk

Review of the Blackview BV9500 Pro mobile phone.

First impressions.
The phone arrived in very good time and apart from an address mix-up was quite painless.

It came in the usual Amazon packaging which is always very good. Upon ripping open the shipping packaging (with my teeth) I was presented with a beautifully packaged phone - very stylish and for such a robust and rugged phone, was surprisingly elegant.

After removing the shrink wrapped I had the box ready to expose the phone. The box is surprisingly heavy, it feels like a kilo or there abouts.

In the box comes:
- The phone;
- An EU 2 pin charging plug;
- Comfortable looking ear buds;
- A USB cable – Note: this is not the micro USB connector – you need to use a type C connector – it’s bigger and flatter;
- A really neat little screwdriver that allows one to access the SIM compartment;
- The PTT radio antenna which is about 4cm;
- An OTG adaptor;
- An instruction booklet;
- An instruction booklet for the PTT;
- And finally a plastic screen protector.

All beautifully packed in the way we’ve come to expect brand new electronics [thanks Apple].

For me the 2 pin EU plug not a problem - you can use it on a UK socket by simply pushing a pen, or similar sharp object, into the earth hole to free the socket mechanism and stick the 2 EU plug in the top two holes.

One thing I really like from the very start is that the access hole for the USB port is not covered by a silly piece of plastic that you have to move every time you want to use it and that will inevitably fall of – ruining the waterproofing.

The plastic screen protector is a great inclusion as I always feel better when my screen is protected, although I put it on badly. That was my fault and anyway I like the bubble patterns, so there!

Inserting SIMs & Memory
To insert your SIM and any additional memory you need to use the supplied (still cool) screwdriver, take of the little back cover of the phone and put the

Blackview BV9800 IP68 Rugged Smartphone Unlocked - 48MP+16MP, 6GB+128GB Helio P70, Android 9.0 Waterproof Outdoor SIM Free Mobile Phone, 6580mAh battery, QI Wireless Charge NFC GPS DUAL SIM - Black