Can the Blackview Phone Survive? Reviewing the Blackview BV9700 Pro

The Blackview BV9700 Pro is a tough rugged phone designed for the adventurous outdoorsman. I was given this Blackview phone six months ago and this is the condition it is in now after six months of abuse. This is NOT a paid product review. I receive absolutely NO monetary compensation from Blackview nor their affiliates for this video.

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Editing: Final Cut Pro X on MacBook Air
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25 Replies to “Can the Blackview Phone Survive? Reviewing the Blackview BV9700 Pro”

  1. An overwhelming number of people expressed interest in videos reviewing the gear I use and behind the scenes content. I will make these videos less often than the survival adventure videos which I enjoy much more. I've been shooting several videos this week and will be going on an adventure this week as well so much more exciting content coming. Thank you all!

  2. the compensation was the phone …and noperson will be running around in a jungle or a beach with phone in hand it would be in a backpack or pocket

  3. I have the a60 pro and I got it for under £100 on Amazon. Absolutely delighted with it and much better than the other phones I've had

  4. Actually bought this phone a couple of days ago, following your review of it!

  5. I was very impressed with the phone based on your review, so I started doing some research. Blackview has several awesome options for phones, but apparently none are compatible with Verizon, my current service provider. If I remember right, your home base is in the San Diego area. What cellular service provider are you using, and how did you go about setting up a phone that is primarily designed for use in foreign markets?

  6. There just can't be a more socially contrasting video on internet than this one. Chad Zuber reviews a smartphone..think about that.

  7. This is the best review of a phone's survival than any other commercial review of TV done by any celebrity.

  8. Excellent video 0f the Blackview BV9700, with MediaTek Helio P70 processor, 6.3-inch displays, 6 GB of Ram, 128 GB of storage and a beautiful 1080 X 2340 pixels and a 24-bit screen. Including 3540 X 2160 pixels, 30 fps, Camera. Equip with 6580 mAh, Li-Polymer powerful , 3840 X2160 pixels, 30 fps Camera. Equip with 4380 mAh, Li-Polymer powerful Battery. Not to mention an updated android 9.0 pie OS. Also, an IP68 & IP69K & MIL-STD-810G certified. Blackview BV9700 is one of the most top valuable King among rugged flagship smartphones today. With other features, for instance, a 5.84-inch FHD + Waterdrop Screen, Corning Gorilla Glass 5,18 Watt fast charge. Also a powerful 10 Watt wireless charger, global LTE bands, NFC, heart rate monitor, a barometer, hydrometer and a UV meter, making the BV9700 rugged smartphone even more attractive. This certainly would make a fantastic gift to my beloved granddaughter who desperately needs this phone when graduating to College in which her poor mother and I, her grandfather don't have the funds to provide her. Again I thank you for allowing this 75-year old man to enter your wonderful contest. Win or lose. It's worth it. God bless.

  9. Im in the United States and I tell everyone as much as possible about this Company, even though i dont own one.. Cant wait til i get one. Soon.

  10. Blackview Phones are Amazing. They keep getting better and better every couple months on average and Rugged is definitely an understatement lol. They are ahead of the Apple Iphones and Samsung Galaxy Phones… better pics… etc… Good video man. I haven't got a Blackwell Blackview Phone yet… id like to get the BV9800 pro Because of the thermal Imaging… that would be sweet to have… even the BV9900 is a Great Phone.

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