After the first notch design that was made popular through the iPhone X, almost all manufacturers followed this design paradigm and some even much better it by making it smaller, everything widely known as the “waterdrop” notch. Blackview’s A Series has always been sleek and delicate in terms of design and has won the preference of a lot of users. And the newest Blackview A60 is with no different.
Featuring a fashionable design, it satisfies users’ taste for a well-designed smartphone. The front of the smartphone packs an unusually sized 6.088″ HD+ IPS screen with a screen/body ratio of 19.2:9. The IPS display is brilliant and the waterdrop notch is there to host the selfie shooter while the earpiece is cleverly placed between the front camera and the top frame. Moreover, the ambient light scanner sits hidden under the panel straight next to the water droplet and the light is transmitted to the sensor through the bent light guide column buried in the notch. Finally, the high screen/body ratio makes it easy to handle with one hand regardless of the massive screen it has.
The security of the smartphone is taken care of by the Face Unlock feature and the whole performance is quite quick and safe with a high success rate. Files security, app encryption, or payments, are possible through the Face Unlock. On the back, there is a dual digital camera with the base scanner being a 13MP one and the optimized low-light experience enables for brighter photographs.
The Blackview A60 marks an MT6580A/WA quad-core SoC that is supported by 1GB of RAM and 16GB of expandable memory. Definitely, not the best specifications out there however the important thing is how it performs in comparison to its price tag. The built-in battery measures at 4080mAh and is in a position to suggests a lot of hours of use time even though the fast charging feature permits you to quickly replenish your phone’s power during you are doing everyday stuff like eating, washing, etc. And if you include that the Operation system bundled is the lightweight Android 8.1 Go, overall performance must be adequate.
The A60 can be characterized as a smartphone addressed to a younger audience as its design, image sensor, and price are best for youngsters. At the exact same time, Blackview is advertising the laser projector smartphone Max 1 so you can enjoy movies and games on a huge panel where you are. You can find far more about both on their official web.