Blackview BL9000 Pro Promises Huge Upgrade Over CAT S62 Pro

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Best Thermal Imaging Phone You Can Get!

[Press Release] Blackview is proud to present the BL9000 Pro, a solid alternative to the CAT S62 Pro. This thermal imaging phone relies on the top-tier FLIR Mobile SDK and MyFLIR Pro application.

Thanks to this functionality, it can beat the CAT S62 Pro in most areas. The BL9000 Pro also packs a MediaTek Dimensity 8020 chipset, a 120Hz display, and more.

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Blackview BL9000 Pro Outshines Its Rival In Thermal Imaging Capabilities

Thermal Imaging

When putting the CAT S62 Pro and BL9000 Pro head to head, the latter boasts exceptional results. Both rely on the same FLIR Leptop 3.5 sensor with a 160×120 resolution.

However, Blackview boasts additional features like the previously mentioned MyFLIR Pro application. Other distinct features include MSX imaging and the new temperature alert. Thanks to the exclusive use of Teledyne FLIR Mobile SDK, Android and iOS developers can also integrate thermal imaging technology directly into their applications.

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The Former Boasts A Larger And Faster Display

Display & Design

The BL9000 Pro offers a vivid 6.78-inch 2.4K display. This resolution, combined with the 120Hz refresh rate, marks a major step up over CAT S62 Pro’s 60Hz 5.7-inch display.

The former also boasts incredible durability, with Blackview advertising a 1.2m drop and 30-minute 1.5m water resistance.

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The Dimensity 8020 Is Much Better Than The Snapdragon 660

Performance Comparison

The BL9000 Pro can make short work of daily tasks due to its internal setup. With a 5G Dimensity 8020 chipset, up to 36GB of RAM, and 512GB of internal storage, it can handle intense applications simultaneously while offering more storage than the rival CAT phone.

The S62 Pro also relies on the weaker Snapdragon 660 chipset.

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You Can Count On The BL9000 Pro’s Camera For Great Pictures

Camera 

Blackview’s camera setup is nothing short of impressive. The phone is equipped with Samsung’s 50MP ISOCELL GN5. This camera is supported by a 13MP ultrawide and ultra macro lens.

The 50MP front camera also offers a better video-calling experience than that of the CAT S62 Pro’s 8MP camera. If this wasn’t enough, the BL9000 Pro has 4K video and AI enhancement capabilities under its belt.

Battery and Audio

The BL9000 Pro offers unprecedented battery life. Thanks to an 8800mAh battery and 120W fast charging, the phone lasts much longer than its rivals and allows you to get up and running in just 53 minutes.

To improve the auditory experience, Blackview relies on dual Harman Kardon speakers and Harmon AudioEFX technology. This marks yet another major advantage over the CAT S62 Pro.

Blackview BL9000 Pro
DokeOS Provides A Smooth Experience

Operating System

Wrapping things up, the BL9000 Pro is supported by Android 14 and DokeOS 4.0. Meanwhile, the CAT S62 Pro is limited to Android 10, giving the former a clear lead in this scenario.

Ultimately, Blackview’s latest offering ends up being the superior option in all areas, and there’s no better option for those looking to buy a modern thermal imaging phone. For more information, follow the link to Ali Express.

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