Blackview BV2000 unboxing, first impressions, benchmarks, camera samples, specs, price

If the BV5000 is not your thing, I also took a chance to go to Blackview PH's newest quad-core phone also with LTE. Here's my unboxing, first impressions plus more of Blackview BV2000.

Here's the box of BV2000 which I can describe - simple packaging. Probably to lessen the cost, the box only contains the phone, 1 ampere charger and USB cale which is fine for me.


Front: 5 MP secondary camera with f/2.8 aperture, 5 inch IPS HD display
Back: 8 MP rear cam with flash & f/2.8 aperture, Blackview logo, removable back cover
Internals: Android 5.1 Lollipop, 1.3 GHz Mediatek MT6735 64-bit quad-core SoC, dual SIM (1 regular, 1 micro), micro SD slot, 2,400 mAh Li-ioN removable battery


Top: 3.5 mm. audio jack, micro USB port
Bottom: Pin hole mic


You can locate both the volume rocker and power/unlock button at the right section.


Same with the BV5000, the BV2000 doesn't have an app drawer but the settings inside looks more like near stock Android Lollipop. The downer for me: this is the first MT6735-powered phone that I encountered without USB OTG support but you can see in the storage section that there's a possibility thru a software fix that the OTG capability can be opened. You can see that there's "mount USB storage". (I hope my guess is right which Blackview PH will check). The phone also got some wake gestures including the typical double tap to wake. Both cameras are in 16:9 aspect ratio which is plus for me. In Antutu, it almost has the same score as to BV5000 even that it has the same SoC with higher clock speed. No suprise that it only has 2 point multi touch. LTE bands inside includes bands 1, 3, 7, 8 and 20 - safe to say that it works on both Globe and Smart (both SIM slots are LTE capable). It has the basic sensors like accelerometer, light, proximity and sound. Internal memory was supplied from Samsung. I'm happy that out of 8 GB ROM, it has over 3.7 GB of app storage.







And here are my camera samples taken in Blackview PH HQ.


Blackview BV2000 8 MP rear camera samples

Blackview BV2000 5 MP front camera sample

Based on my first hands-on, the BV2000 is a-ok for me mainly that it has LTE, a new and efficient Mediatek processor and good display size and the price is quite competitive. As you can see, the front and back reminds me of some phone from Meizu. The one bad thing for me so far which I am hoping for a fizx, no OTG support. Blackview BV2000 is now available in Blackview kiosks and their dealers for Php 3,999

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January 26, 2016

Blackview BV2000 unboxing, first impressions, benchmarks, camera samples, specs, price

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If the BV5000 is not your thing, I also took a chance to go to Blackview PH's newest quad-core phone also with LTE. Here's my unboxing, first impressions plus more of Blackview BV2000.

Here's the box of BV2000 which I can describe - simple packaging. Probably to lessen the cost, the box only contains the phone, 1 ampere charger and USB cale which is fine for me.


Front: 5 MP secondary camera with f/2.8 aperture, 5 inch IPS HD display
Back: 8 MP rear cam with flash & f/2.8 aperture, Blackview logo, removable back cover
Internals: Android 5.1 Lollipop, 1.3 GHz Mediatek MT6735 64-bit quad-core SoC, dual SIM (1 regular, 1 micro), micro SD slot, 2,400 mAh Li-ioN removable battery


Top: 3.5 mm. audio jack, micro USB port
Bottom: Pin hole mic


You can locate both the volume rocker and power/unlock button at the right section.


Same with the BV5000, the BV2000 doesn't have an app drawer but the settings inside looks more like near stock Android Lollipop. The downer for me: this is the first MT6735-powered phone that I encountered without USB OTG support but you can see in the storage section that there's a possibility thru a software fix that the OTG capability can be opened. You can see that there's "mount USB storage". (I hope my guess is right which Blackview PH will check). The phone also got some wake gestures including the typical double tap to wake. Both cameras are in 16:9 aspect ratio which is plus for me. In Antutu, it almost has the same score as to BV5000 even that it has the same SoC with higher clock speed. No suprise that it only has 2 point multi touch. LTE bands inside includes bands 1, 3, 7, 8 and 20 - safe to say that it works on both Globe and Smart (both SIM slots are LTE capable). It has the basic sensors like accelerometer, light, proximity and sound. Internal memory was supplied from Samsung. I'm happy that out of 8 GB ROM, it has over 3.7 GB of app storage.







And here are my camera samples taken in Blackview PH HQ.


Blackview BV2000 8 MP rear camera samples

Blackview BV2000 5 MP front camera sample

Based on my first hands-on, the BV2000 is a-ok for me mainly that it has LTE, a new and efficient Mediatek processor and good display size and the price is quite competitive. As you can see, the front and back reminds me of some phone from Meizu. The one bad thing for me so far which I am hoping for a fizx, no OTG support. Blackview BV2000 is now available in Blackview kiosks and their dealers for Php 3,999

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