Blackview Showcases BV9000 Pro Cameras With New Sample Photos

The BV9000 Pro is a new smartphone from Blackview and one which looks to offer a competitive spec list at an affordable price. In fact, one of the specific areas that the company has been touting of late is the camera experience. On that point, Blackview has now released a selection of sample photos and a new video to showcase the quality of the images captured with the Blackview BV9000 Pro, including its ability to capture 3D images.

While the selection of photos overall highlights a good camera experience, a number of them are specifically designed to showcase the quality of photos taking in less than ideal lighting conditions. Something which often proves problematic for smartphone cameras in general. In contrast, these photos seem to show the Blackview BV9000 Pro performs well in these conditions and one of the reasons the company has offered to explain this is how the BV9000 Pro makes use of software that is specifically designed to reduce noise in shots captured in low-light, As well as the phone’s ability to absorb a greater degree of light through its lens in the first place. As such, Blackview is somewhat positioning the BV9000 Pro as an ideal option for those looking for a smartphone with better low-light camera performance. In addition to the other features on offer with this latest smartphone.

Speaking of which, the Blackview BV9000 Pro is designed to be a highly durable smartphone as it comes equipped with a layer of extra protection thanks to its rugged outer casing. In addition, this phone features a 5.7-inch display along with an 18:9 aspect ratio, resulting in a 1440 x 720 resolution. The Blackview BV9000 Pro is available in two different variants which mostly differ in terms of RAM and storage, with a 4GB RAM model available with 64GB storage, and a 6GB RAM option with 128GB storage. Otherwise, both versions make use of a MediaTek Helio P25 SoC, a 4,180 mAh capacity battery, and Android 7.1 (Nougat). As for the cameras, the front-facing option comes in an 8-megapixel form, while the photos shown below are said to have been taking by the included dual rear camera setup, consisting of a 13-megapixel primary camera and a 5-megapixel secondary camera. As for the price, the Blackview BV9000 Pro retails for $329.99 although is currently available as part of a promotion on GearBest where it can be picked up for as low as $149.99.

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