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Blackview BV8000 Pro camera bug fixes released

You won't be forgetting its IP68 rating anytime soon.
You won't be forgetting its IP68 rating anytime soon.
The BV8000 Pro sports a 5" FHD display, 6 GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage, a Helio P25, and a 4180mAh battery. Being a rugged phone, it also comes with an IP68 certification.
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Blackview, going against the grain, are one of the more established Chinese OEMs in the sub-market of rugged devices. 

The BV8000 Pro was released in June, and while it broke no new grounds, it offered a largely positive experience. Largely, of course, as users on the OEM's forums reported a few camera bugs within days of launch. The bugs reportedly took the form of issues with blurring and autofocus. The company has released new ROM packages that fix those issues, though, and that's testament to the OEM's dedication to the user experience. These fixes come two months late but it's a glass half-full scenario, and those with the device will be glad.

Here's the link to the fix for the blur issue. And the one for the autofocus bug. Considering the former is the latest release, it's probably all you need to solve both issues.

Here's a shot taken by the BV8000 Pro after the bug fix. Not bad, some would say.

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It won't win any awards but there aren't any significant flaws either.
It won't win any awards but there aren't any significant flaws either.
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Ricci Rox, 2017-08-27 (Update: 2017-08-28)