There’s a growing demand for tablets for remote working and education during the pandemic crisis. For someone looking for a wallet-friendly tablet, Blackview Tab 9 should be one of the best choices. Blackview has built a good reputation around the world for its rugged phones over the past 8 years and is now looking to push further into the tablet market. After launch, Blackview Tab 9 has sold more than tens of thousands in a short time.
The Blackview Tab 9 packs its hardware in an 8.9-millimeter thin case with a matt coating. You can choose between the colors gold and gray, with the display edges of the gray version being black and those of the gold version being white. Speaking of the display, it has a size of 10.1 inches – the nine in the name of the Blackview Tab 9 refers to the version number, namely the successor to the Tab 8. The screen comes in a 16:10 aspect ratio, above the panel a selfie camera finds its place.
The gold or gray back is simple and tidy. A single sensor and an LED flash find their place in a small camera element. The manufacturer’s brand name is affixed in the middle, and Blackview has placed some disposal instructions underneath. There is a USB-C port in the frame of the tablet. Blackview presents a few more compatible accessories together with the Tab 9. So is a shell of synthetic leather in the scope of supply. In addition, keyboards can be magnetically connected to the tablet – Bluetooth keyboards are of course also supported. However, Blackview does not offer a stylus.
Blackview relies on the Unisoc UMS512 in Tab 9. The eight-core processor can access four gigabytes of RAM, and 64 gigabytes of internal memory are available to the user. Incidentally, the memory can be expanded via a microSD card. In the predecessor, Blackview also installed a chip from Unisoc, more precisely the SC9863A, which gave out solid values in our test. We don’t have any further information about the processor built into Tab 9, it seems to be a new chip.
The 10.1-inch display has 1,920 x 1,200 pixels and thus around 224 pixels per inch. The display works with IPS technology. In addition, the manufacturer ensures good sound quality from the stereo speakers and solid battery life. The battery has a capacity of 7,480 mAh, which should be enough for 38 hours of music playback or six hours of video playback.
You can also make calls with the Blackview Tab 9 – with a full battery charge for up to 30 hours at a time. If you do without a memory expansion, two nano-SIM cards can be inserted into the tablet. The second to the fourth generation of cellular networks are used for radio communications, and LTE band 20 is also on board. WLAN and Bluetooth are of course also included. Last but not least, there is the camera. Blackview has installed a 13-megapixel sensor ( Sony IMX258 ) on the back and a five-megapixel camera on the front.
On the software side, Android 10 is used, but with a new coating from Blackview. The system is called Doke OS_P 1.0 and it is primarily intended to make it easier to use. The built-in notes should also increase productivity, and various design tricks should focus on the important content. Overall, Blackview is not too far removed from Stock Android. An update to Android 11 is not to be expected, nor is Widevine certification, which allows streaming of Netflix and Amazon Prime in HD quality.
The Blackview Tab 9 tablet is a very cool gadget, you can find everything you need for this money to comfortably use all the modern chips and features of the world of Android devices. This is a typical tablet that allows you to comfortably do your work; as well as easily launch any applications and games. We can buy it from Banggood at $139.99 in Flash Sale for a limited sale