- 6"FHD+78% useful18:9
- 205 g 74.7 mm 159.5 mm 10.2 mm
- Helio P23 Octa-Core 6 GB RAM 64 GB
- v? 80.600
- 4680 mAh
- 1 16 Mpx · ƒ/2.0 IMX298 Exmor RS SELF 16 Mpx · ƒ/--
- Android 8.0 Oreo Android 8.1 Oreo
Technical sheet of Blackview Max 1
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|Release date||February 2019, 1 year ago|
Design & Materials of Blackview Max 1
74.7 mm • 159.5 mm • 10.2 mmPrint 3D Model
|Usable surface||78 %|
|Resolution||1080 x 2160 px • FHD+|
|Density||402 ppi • Very high density|
- Laser Projector integrated
Performance & Hardware of Blackview Max 1
|Model||MediaTek Helio P23 (MT6763T)|
|CPU||4x Cortex•A53 2.5 GHz + 4x Cortex•A53 1.6 GHz|
|GPU||ARM Mali-G71 MP2|
80.600 • Antutu v?
Overall performance better than 56% of devices
|SD Slot||Yes , Independent SD slot|
|Fingerprint||Yes, in the back|
Camera of Blackview Max 1
|Sensor||Sony IMX298 Exmor RS|
|Pixel size||1.12 µm|
|Slow Motion Video||No, 30 fps|
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Connectivity of Blackview Max 1
|4G LTE||B1 (2100), B3 (1800), B7 (2600), B8 (900), B20 (800), B40 (TDD 2300)|
|3G||B1 (2100), B8 (900)|
|2G||B2 (1900), B3 (1800), B5 (850), B8 (900)|
Dual Standby (Nano SIM + Nano SIM)
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|Standards||802.11a , 802.11b , 802.11g , 802.11n , 802.11n 5GHz|
|Supports||GPS, A-GPS, GLONASS|
|USB On-The-Go (OTG)||Yes|
- Audio Jack
- Radio FM
- Computer sync
- OTA sync
Software of Blackview Max 1
Android 8.1 Oreo
|Google Services (official)||Yes|
- 0%It comes with a clean operating system
- 100%It has preinstalled apps but they don't bother me
- 0%It has preinstalled apps that I can't uninstall
- 0%Every two months or less
- 80%Every six months
- 0%Once a year
User reviews about the Blackview Max 1
Latest reviews added
- it got , knocked, screen has gone black/dead. i could cry. cost a lot including taxes .
up until when it got knocked, it was working just fine as a pico projector. especially good as it was silent unlike most regular projectors.
trying to replace the screen is going to be a gamble as i dont know if anything else was damaged even though the crack in the screen is tiny barely noticeable, the led lights are still working .
should have given the money to charity instead.
- it has a lot of accessories and it works!
projector works sraight out of the box can connect via bluetooth to speaker but that drains the battery. projection is fine in very dark room, sound is good can read small writing , keep it in the same place to let it autofocus if you point it at a flat clear or white reflective surface is best. it is four times the price of another projector i bought but far more practical for taking with you places. colours are bright and you can adjust the brightness and with some apps, the zoom. it is not as far as i know waterproof or dropproof like most of blackviews other phones but if you can find a good solid case and with something to keep the projector lens protected , it is great for going on holidays or taking out doors at night . do not drop it if you can help t as it has sensitive components in the projector apparently.. so far so good.
be careful with the tripod too maybe gaffer tape it in place to stop it suddenly dropping down.Positives
- great sound
- big memory
- projector that is easily turned on or off
- good storage
- not the best camera
- battery could be better
- AutoNice but not without compromise
Very nice phone aesthetically with all-glass effect but it is heavy and tends to slip from the hands, moreover the fingerprints stand out very much on the polish. The oled screen is excellent but the brightness at minimum seems very high and the projector behaves very well. The amazement of accessories amazed me, telescopic carbon selfie stick with tripod function with remote control, an airmouse remote control with gyroscope, mono bluetooth case, various USB cables to charge the batteries and connect accessories to the mobile phone with USB OTG. The phone is always well responsive to commands and not showing signs of lag. It feels very good in GSM calls. The pains reside in connectivity, the real Achilles heel of this jewel. Bluetooth has a range of action of a couple of meters or a little more. The wifi is a bit better as long as the bluetooth is not turned on, otherwise the distance and speed of data transfer with the router are halved. The sound thatPositives
- Beautiful figure
- Large oled screen
- Accessories supplied
- Power optimization
- Built-in projector
- Convenient price
- Too high brightness
- Bad wifi and bluetooth
- It gets dirty easily
- Heavy weight
- Video camera focus
- Sense of delicacy
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- 3.5 Design & Materials
- 6.0 Performance & Hardware
- 6.1 Camera
- 4.3 Connectivity
- 7.7 Battery
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