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Blackview A95 with Helio P70 CPU and 8GB RAM goes official

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Blackview’s A95 smartphone with MediaTek Helio P70 CPU have just gone official. The phone which is now officially listed for sale on Aliexpress with a $169 price tag, comes in a 6.53-inches screen with a 720p display panel. The screen has a waterdrop notch on the head, with a brightness nits capped at 400.

As far as built quality goes, Blackviews says the A95 smartphone is built from what the company describes as ICM process, that is made up of 8-layers of Vacuum Nano-optical coating, built into an Electroplated flattened body, similar to iPhone’s flat edge design.

Blackview A95 display specs
Blackview A95 screen specs

Color options on the Blackview A95 mobile phone includes; Summer Ocean Blue, Aurora Night Black and Fantasy Galaxy Rainbow. The model has a side mounted fingerprint scanner on a thin body that weighs just 8.55mm. The overall weight of the phone is 195 grams, and there is a 4380mAh battery, with 18W fast charger on the inside.

Along the with aforementioned Helio P70, the A95 also has Mali-G72 GPU, assisted by 8GB RAM and 128-Gigs of built-in expandable storage.

Blackview A95 key features
Blackview A95 key features

The phone has three camera lenses on the rear, designed like the iPhone 12/13 series. Of the three, the main snapper is a Sony IMX376 20-megapixel sensor, along with two other auxiliary lenses, and a single LED flash, while the selfie lens on the front, is an 8-megapixel shooter.

The Blackview A95 is booted with Google Android 11, with Blackview’s own DOKE OS2.1. All three color options are now on sales on Aliexpress with the above mentioned $169 US Dollars price tag.

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