Following a blowout of Chinese smartphone in the past July, there is a piece of good news from Shenzhen, China as well, the young Blackview has just released a new mid-range flagship– Blackview Alife P1 Pro.
Instead of placing their own fingerprint scanner on the rear, like many other Chinese smartphone did, Blackview decided to fix it together with home button on the front, which is pretty similar to Samsung and Meizu style, giving convenient control and better security protection.
Don’t know from when to begin, 64-bit SoC has gradually became a mainstream in 2015. Blackview Alife P1 Pro Smartphone comes with exactly the same 64-bit MTK6735 Quad-core processor with high performance Mali-T720 GPU. Besides, display screen that Alife P1 Pro carried is 5.5-inch 2.5D arc screen with 1280*720 pixels resolution, 267PPI.
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We still can’t give a confirmation until the last moment, however, if so, more Wifi and Bluetooth quick setting, new device protections, features and user interface will bound to blow you up hardly.
Like many decent mid-range smartphone, Blackview Alife P1 Pro has a 5MP front camera and 13MP AF prime camera, along with dual LED flash lights, which is just about able to meet the need.
Besides configurations above, it do support single band 4G FDD-LTE network, with 2GB RAM+16GB ROM, OTG function and 3000mAh battery. More hands-in pictures or Blackview Alife P1 Pro Review, we will keep you updated.