We are not talking about a power bank. Hell, it’s almost unbelievable but the Blackview P10000 Pro has taken things to a new pedestal with its 11,000mAh battery. Did you notice how the name of this phone denotes a smaller battery capacity than what it truly features? The phone can endure a lot and with such a battery size, it will be really tedious for you to finish the charge in a single day.
The company boasts of a fifty day standby time and seven days battery backup on a single charge. However, people would assume that a battery this exorbitant would need hours of charging. Well, the Blackview P10000 Pro needs just two hours and twenty-five minutes to go from zero percent to hundred. The company has provided a 5V/5A charger in the package as well.
It is worth mentioning that there are other phones with such a massive battery backup. The K10000 and K10000 Pro by Oukitel have a battery capacity of 10,000mAh. These two phones can even charge other devices and when it comes to a list of truly unique and whacky phones, these will definitely be listed.
Generally, companies like Google and Apple optimize their software in a way that doesn’t need a gigantic battery capacity. But the Blackview P10000 Pro can easily laugh off at the faces of such companies, thanks to its battery size. The phone carries 5.99-inch display with a resolution of 1080 x 2160p and an 18:9 aspect ratio. As the aspect ratio suggests, the bezels on all sides are minimum.
The phone has a quad-camera setup. The front dual cameras have a combination of 13MP + 0.3MP sensors while the rear camera has a 16MP + 0.3MP configuration. The phone also promises of a Facial Recognition feature and we cannot expect it to be at par with phones like the iPhone X and others. It also sports a fingerprint sensor, in case something goes wrong.
The phone derives its power from the MediaTek Helio P23 octa-core processor with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of ROM. The device phone carries a glass or a leather back, depending on what you prefer and runs Android 7.1 Nougat. An update to Android Oreo can be expected. What’s even more outrageous is the fact that this device costs only $200. You can even store it in your collection of unique things, just saying.
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