Blackview MAX 1
While other brands are improving on their form factor, Blackview decided to go a different route with its Max 1. This smartphone offers phone users the chance to use it as a laser projector. There is no longer any need to carry a laptop and a projector for all of your presentations. The Blackview Max 1 can handle it.
At the core of this innovative technology is the MEMS Laser Projection Technology. Three color lasers join to project crystal clear images to any non-reflective surface. What the MEMS brings to the table that conventional projectors cannot is an intelligent keystone correction system. One no longer needs to focus the projected image as Max 1’s MEMS can do it on its own.
Blackview did not forget the conventional use of the Max 1, either. Featuring a stunning 6.01 inches of AMOLED FHD display, viewing images and videos on the Max 1 is like being in a cinema. The color gamut that it provides is comparable to high-end, big-name brands. The aspect ratio is less than what other brands have, though, at only 18:9. Still, with a screen-to-body ratio of 83%, its 1080×2160 pixel resolution is very pleasant to the eyes.
Other brands have batteries that max out at 3000 mAh, Blackview ups the ante with its 4680 mAh. This translates to 150 hours of music playing and 33 hours of continuous talk time. Max 1 comes with the MediaTek Helio P23 processor plus 6 GB of RAM and 64 GB of ROM. Up front is Samsung’s dual front camera system. At the back, Blackview decided to use Sony’s 16MP shooter instead.
Making power presentations in the office is a cinch with the Blackview Max 1. And if it can deliver excellent projections on the wall, one can only imagine what it can do in your personal life.