BlackView never stops making you amazing smartphones you can take into the wild and use as your walkie-talkie or as your rugged buddy. Even though their devices are said to be meant for adventurers, that doesn’t take the fun part of it away as a smartphone is still a smartphone no matter how it looks or works.
A new lineup in the rugged and adventurers device is the new BlackView BV9800 Pro which is meant to be the epitome of ruggedness. This device is the first of it’s kind to ever feature a thermal camera…WOW! I was amazed too when I red through the specs list of this device.
If you’re the type that spends more time out of the civilized society which has all the basics that makes life comfortable, then the BlackView BV9800 will be your great friend. The device has the FLIR® Lepton® that “sees” heat which is invisible to the human eye.
In the cases of national defense for example, Thermal Vision are key and this kind of technology are used for public safety, firefighting and it also used for providing diagnostic capable solutions for constructions and inspections. Basically, this technology is used by the overlords…the Governments or at least you might have wondered how expensive such technology would cost an average techie who just want the best things of life.
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Meanwhile campers and adventurers who might find themselves in constant darkness in the wild might need the smartphone that allows them to see by using the temperature of organisms. Aside being thermal vision capable, the device has a Sony 48MP camera as well as the standard IP68/IP69K and MIL-STD-810G certifications that all Blackview rugged devices come with.
Also, there is GPS/GLONASS/BEIDOU navigation systems, air-pressure sensor, and a 6580mAh battery that offers a battery life of up to 840 hours in standby or 27 hours of talk time.
Although you might still doubt the capability of this device’s Thermal Camera Vision’s capability or wonder if it’s a gimmick, just know you can land yourself in some unwanted situation while this device might just come in handy.
Let’s assume you just finished cooking while in the wild camping with your boyfriend/girlfriend or spouse or whoever, after putting off the camp fire you’ve started earlier, ensuring the fire is out completely is very important and this thermal camera on the BlackView BV9800 Pro can detect that for you.
It’s just the same thing firefighters do to check for any “hotspots”. The BV9800 Pro can confirm that a campfire is completely out before you go to sleep or break camp. And while sitting around the campfire, you can see if that noise in the darkness is an animal or your friend trying to scare you.
Let’s even talk about dangerous animals and venomous snakes, spiders and so forth that are very great at camouflaging making them very hard to see with your eyes. This smartphone can be a companion to wildlife photographers with the exact position of the animal known, you can change the lens to the Sony® 48MP camera to capture photos of animals in their natural environments.
And still speaking of the BV9800 Pro, the ruggedness as well as the thermal camera, the device can still be useful in other respects like battery as well as not getting easily ruined by water, dust or whatever.
There are countless news stories of lost hikers, children, or pets being found using a thermal camera at night. Unfortunately, accidents can happen in the great outdoors, and a BV900 Pro can be a useful tool in low-light conditions or total darkness. Capable of seeing a person-sized object at up to 30 meters away in the dark, the new BV9800 Pro provides aid for detecting people or other warmer objects in total darkness. To learn more about it and how its new thermal imaging features can help you in various situations, check the product page here.