Blackview Alife S1 Review – Too Good To be True

Blackview a Hongkong based company has come up with Alife S1 their slimmest smartphone with 6.8 mm thickness and 4G LTE support. The phone features Hotknot technology that was introduced by Mediatek, a rival of NFC. Blackview Alife S1


The BlackView Alife S1 is powered with 64 bit Mediatek quad core processor with support of 4G LTE connectivity and should work on all networks worldwide.Blackview Alife S1

Blackview Alife S1 by the company is claimed to be pure beauty as it’s designed with strong Bauhaus style[even we doesn’t know what that mean].Blackview Alife S1

The phone is equipped with 18 mega pixel camera with ISOCELL sensor from house of Samsung and 8 mega pixel front facing shooter. The rear facing camera is definitely able to record full HD videos.Blackview Alife S1

Smart Proximity Sensor on the device allows you to answer call automatically as you bring Alife S1 near to your ear. Other Proximity Sensor are swipe to answer.

Blackview Alife S1

Display:5-inch JDI WhiteMagic 1280×720 touchscreen display, 294 PPI
64 Bit 1.5 GHz Quad-Core MediaTek MT6732 processor
GPU:Adreno 302
Software: Android 4.4 Kitkat OS
Dual SIM: Yes
Main Camera: 18 MP rear camera with LED Flash
Front Camera: 8 MP front facing camera
Storage: 8 GB Internal + Micro SD card slot support up to 64 GB
Connectivity:4G LTE, 3G HSPA+, Bluetooth, WiFi tether, WiFi
Battery:2000 mAh Li-ion battery
GPS, FM Radio, 3.5 mm audio jack

Price, Availability

Even though complete details on the smartphone were revealed, there is no word on price of it.

Via: BlackView