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- Thermal imaging phones Ulefone Armor 9 vs Blackview BV9900 Pro: Which is better?
Thermal imaging is widely used in various industries, even in our daily lives. For example, check the humidity of the room, whether the electric wires are leaking, whether the gas appliance is leaking, etc. It is even possible to detect the emotional changes of others through thermal imaging, for example, the body temperature will rise when a person is excited, and thermal imager can record the change process.
Therefore, owning a thermal imaging phone can definitely bring a lot of benefits to your life. Next, we will compare two good thermal imaging phones to give some constructive suggestions to you who are planning to buy.
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Thermal phones: Ulefone Armor 9 vs Blackview BV9900 Pro
First of all, they are rugged phones. Both phones were launched in 2020. BLACKVIEW BV9900 Pro(one of the best Chinese smartphones) was launched in April and Ulefone Armor 9 was launched in June. As can be seen from the launch time, Blackview is more leading.
The same parameters both Ulefone Armor 9 and BLACKVIEW BV9900 Pro use are: Helio P90 Octa-core Processor CPU and 8GB LPDDR4x RAM + 128GB ROM, Android 10 OS, IP68 & IP69K water-resistant grade and MIL-STD-810G Certified, both use the FLIR company’s thermal imaging camera, and screens are Gorilla Glass.
It is not difficult to see that in the core configuration, Armor 9 follows the BV9900 Pro. Both phones are configured with High-performance CPU processor and big enough RAM, keep the device running stablely and smoothly. But BV9900 Pro is the fastest thermal imaging rugged phone.
Armor 9 rugged phone follows the BV9900 Pro in its core configuration, but has a slight improvement in other aspects. Like battery capacity, Armor 9 configure with 6600 mAh battery, but BV9900 Pro battery capacity is 4380 mAh. And Armor 9 use 8MP ƒ/2.2 aperture selfie camera and Samsung ƒ/1.89 large aperture 64MP rear camera, but BV9900 Pro configure with 16MP f2.0 aperture selfie camera and SONY ƒ/1.79 large aperture 48MP rear camera, compared with the actual photo effects, whether it is the front camera or the rear camera, the BV9900 Pro produces better results than Armor 9. This is because the BV9900 Pro uses a larger aperture.
The feature that BV9900 Pro doesn’t have is, Ulefone Armor 9 support connect to the Endoscope, but you need to purchase this accessory separately.
As you can see from their respective AliExpress official stores, the price of Ulefone Armor 9 is higher than BLACKVIEW BV9900 Pro.
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Ulefone Armor 9 vs Blackview BV9900 Pro: Which is more worth to buy?
The main differences between these two thermal imaging phones have been listed above. In general, the main advantages of Armor 9 are higher battery capacity than BV9900 Pro and support for connecting endoscope, but endoscope accessory need to be purchased separately. The main advantage of BV9900 Pro is that it has stronger thermal imaging sensitivity and better photo effects. At the same time, the price is slightly lower than Armor 9.
Therefore, in the case of the same machine performance, if you are looking for a thermal imaging rugged phone with higher battery power and support for connecting to an endoscope, Ulefone Armor 9 will be an option worth considering; if you are looking for a thermal imaging rugged phone with stronger thermal imaging sensing capability, and with better camera effects, Blackview BV9900 Pro will be your better choice. Whatever which model you choose, you should learn about the Things You Should Be Aware of about Tough Phones before you use the device.
If you also care about the size of the device screen, Ulefone Armor 9 uses a 6.3-inch big screen, and Blackview BV9900 Pro uses a 5.8-inch big screen which is more pocket friendly.