Blu G9 Pro Raise Mid-Range Expectations: Some of the focus when it comes to mobile news is on costly, flagship phones. However, the newest features and designs are very interesting subjects. But the middle-range phones display how these features filter down with time, like the currently announced Blu G9 Pro. However, the specs include a 4,000mAh wireless, 8-core MediaTek SoC and instant charging battery, 128GB of expandable storage, 4GB of RAM, 3 rear-facing cameras, and a teardrop-notched full HD screen.
Blu G9 Pro Specs:
|SoC||MediaTek Helio P60|
|Storage||128GB, microSD expandable|
|Display||6.3″ “curved” “Incell” 2340 x 1080 display (early customer reviews peg it as non-OLED)|
|Rear cameras||16MP f/1.8 primary (Sony IMX499), 5MP depth sensor, 20MP f/1.78 “Night Mode” (Sony IMX476)|
|Front camera||24MP wide-angle|
|Battery||4,000mAh, 10W wireless charging, 18W wired fast charging.|
|Software||Android 9 Pie, update to Q and two years of security patches promised|
|Connectivity||Wi-Fi a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.1|
|Dimensions||157 x 75.1 x 8.6mm I 183g|
|Misc||Dual-sim, rear fingerprint sensor, OTG, “Face ID”|
On paper, the Blu G9 Pro’s features are stunning given the $200 (at launch) price. Also, the MediaTek Helio P60 SoC is a clear compromise compare to the other middle-range smartphones that use higher-end chipsets. Not just this but also the gobs of storage space, huge fast-charging battery, and display screen can make up for it. Imagining that you don’t want the additional oomph. Make sure that it must be too underpowered, Blu also reports that it beats the Moto G7 by 28% margin.
The complete design is amazing having a funky-styled glass back, though you do get a headphone jack and a rear fingerprint reader for your difficulties.
However, it has 3 cameras around back, you don’t get the usual flagship configuration for them. However, one is just there for the effects of parallax depth-sensing/portrait, and another one is only used in low-light circumstances. You don’t need any telephoto or wide-angle.
In an amazing twist for a middle-range device, it compatibles wireless charging with a speed of 10W, with fast charging at 18W. It is paired with a capacious 4,000mAh battery, the mobile G9 Pro that should last quite a while. Software-perspective, it’s executing Android 9 Pie, with an update to Q promised at some point down the line, simultaneously with 2 years of security patches.
The Blu G9 pro is dual-SIM. It is supported by GSM networks. It includes T-Mobile and AT&T here in the ‘states, using discounted frequency compatible (but no Band 71 on T-Mobile).
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