World’s most demanding smartphone Blackview BV6100 at $110

World’s most demanding smartphone Blackview BV6100 at $110There are a number of smartphone manufacturing companies offering excellent mobiles at a low price. Are you looking for a remarkable and world’s most demanding smartphone? You can get the Blackview BV6100 and it is currently available for under $110 (down from nearly $200). The device is available with a 6.88-inch display. The BV6100 is not dissimilar to popular non-famous tablets like the Amazon Fire 7. It has some extra features that make it a compelling purchase. The device sits between a phone and a tablet, so you can make calls and access the internet without Wi-Fi connectivity. The Blackview BV6100 is more attractive and for camping. It also boasts four global navigation systems and strong battery life.

The BV6100 has one front and 2 rear cameras, but none surpass 8 megapixels, so are only suitable for casual snapping. The AMOLED display has a 1440 x 720-pixel resolution and likely to lack sharpness. The pixel density 234ppi is also far lower than the 400+ PPI. Moreover, a lower pixel count will improve battery life and it comes with a 5.58Ah battery, and graphical performance. It is powered by the entry-level MT6761 chip and uses a PowerVR GE8300 GPU. The BV6100 has the ability to accommodate 2-SIM cards and supports dual standby.

The Blackview BV6100 comes with just 3GB of RAM and 16GB onboard storage, but can be increased using a microSD card. The other specifications include Android 9.0, Face-ID, IP68/MIL-STD-810G/IP69K, reverse charging, NFC, 4-global navigation satellite systems, and a covered MicroUSB port. The device is currently available in Europe and Asia. BV6100 comes from mainland China, so it will take at least a month to reach either the US or UK. So, you should pay a tax either directly or through the courier. BlackView BV6100 was available at $200, but the company is offering this cheaper product at just $109.99.

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