These days smartphones have become more important than wallets. However, it does not matter which smartphone you carry, but it should be working and connected to the network to keep you online. Even a single call or a message sometimes becomes important. So, it’s better to buy an affordable smartphone with a massive battery capacity and never miss important notifications. Blackview A70 is such a device that is retailing for the lowest price of $79.99 with a 5380 mAh battery.
The device is at 38% off for a limited time, but soon the price will be back to normal. It is a golden time for the users who are looking to grab an entry-level smartphone.
Blackview A70 comes with a 6.517-inch In-Cell display having an aspect ratio of 29:9. The display provides an immersive viewing experience while providing a natural vivid color. In the camera department, the smartphone features a Sony IMX258 13Mp primary camera.
The smartphone houses an octa-core processor paired with 3GB RAM and 32GB internal storage which is enough for day-to-day usage. A 3.5mm earphone jack is present for a flawless music experience. The users can expand the internal storage of the device using the microSD card slot. It bundles a 10W fast charger.
However, the device runs on Android 11 OS carrying exceptional features with built-in screen recording, better security, and enhanced privacy. It is a value-for-money device that is available for $79.99. The sale will end on January 29.
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