Although it comes with a tiny (by today’s standards) 4.3-inch display, the Blackview N6000 rugged phone sports a resolution of 540 X 1,200 pixels and no less than 450 nits maximum brightness. This handset is driven by the MediaTek Helio G99 SoC alongside 8/256 GB memory/storage and a 3,880 mAh battery.
Earlier today, Blackview unveiled another rugged Android phone driven by the ubiquitous MediaTek Helio G99 processor. Named N6000, this handset runs the brand’s DokeOS mobile operating system, version 3.1, which is based on Android 13 and delivers improved notifications, privacy-related features, a new control panel, and more.
In addition to the above, there are a few other highlights worth mentioning when talking about the new Blackview N6000. The list starts with the 4.3-inch with 450 nits brightness and 500 X 1,200 pixels, continuing with 8/256 GB memory/storage, 16/48 MP front/main cameras, ending with the compact dual cell solid state battery with 3,880 mAh that provides up to 18 days in standby, 22 hours phone calls, and 6/7 hours of autonomy when gaming/watching videos. The main camera uses the Samsung ISOCELL GM2 sensor with ArcSoft 5.0 software processing for improved image quality across multiple scenarios.
The Blackview N6000 weighs only 208 grams (less than 0.46 pounds) and is 18.4 mm (724.41 inch) thin. However, it is fully protected from all kinds of hazards, being compliant with the MIL-STD-810H standard. In terms of waterproofing, this handset can handle submersion for up to 30 minutes at a depth of up to 15 meters, according to the IP68 and IP69K standards.
This handset supports dual SIM 4G LTE connectivity and, in addition to all the above, also features a customizable side button.
Between July 24 and 28, those interested will be able to get this handset from Aliexpress for a discounted US$159.99 price tag. The first 300 orders will get an additional US$10 discount alongside a wrist strap holder.
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Codrut Nistor, 2023-07-17 (Update: 2023-07-17)