Blackview, famous as a mid- to low-end smart devices manufacturer, is emerging in the global market. Especially in Europe, Africa, and Asia, it is catching up with famous opponents such as realme, Oneplus, and Xiaomi. They expand their ambitious portfolio every year and are now breaking sales records soon after the release of the feature-rich Tab 11. To further cement its position in the smart device segment, Blackview is set to launch a tablet called Tab 12. It is an excellent upgrade to the hugely popular Tab 8 of 2020, according to Blackview. The updates are mainly based on improved screens, a smarter operating system, and a battery with better endurance. However, you can expect more from the new Tab 12.
Flat, curved-edge design + 423G only + three unique colors
With a further improvement over the Tab 8 with curved edges, the Tab 12 adopts the latest trend in flat edge designs. This can also be seen in the Apple iPad Pro and other giant smart device tablets like Huawei and Samsung. The slate has an aluminum alloy back and a glass front with a matte finish. Weight 423 g, length 239.2 mm, width 157.93 mm, and thickness 7.4 mm.
When held in your hand, the Tab 12 feels comfortable in your hand with a soft feel yet a firm grip. Plus, it’s compact enough to fit in purses, backpacks, and schoolbags. And to keep up with users’ quest for better aesthetics, Blackview designers are offering the Tab 12 in three unique colors that are most likely to win the hearts of buyers. Especially Twilight Blue, Luna Silver, and Space Grey.
10.1 inch FHD+ screen + resolution up to 1200*1920 pixels
In terms of display, Tab 12 shares the same specifications as the default Tab 8 with a 10.1-inch screen and a resolution of 1200*1920 pixels. With a maximum brightness of up to 3.0×106 nits and an FHD+ IPS panel, the screen is colorful and has a high pixel density. From websites to photos on Tiktok and Instagram, everything you see on your Tab 12 is crisp, clean, and vivid.
Blackview has once again aggressively reduced the bezels of the Tab 12, taking it to an 80% screen-to-body ratio. However, unlike its predecessor, the Tab 12 has a display with in-cell technology. Breakthrough technology makes screens thinner, lighter, and sharper than ever. Especially when it comes to searching photos and watching live streams, users can explore endless clarity, sharpness, and contrast.
UNISOC SC9863A is more mature and efficient
Memory expandable from 128 GB to 1 TB
Internally, Tab 12 features the Unisoc SC9863A, an 8-core chipset with cores running at up to 1.6 GHz. This chipset stood the market test when used in Tab 8, indicating reliable performance stability over time. The Unisoc SC9863A might not be the most powerful chipset in a mid-range tablet, but it should easily handle all basic tasks, including multitasking and managing large amounts of data. Playing games or watching live streams on Tiktok is as smooth as expected.
The Tab 12 also comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of ROM and can offer up to 1TB of expandable storage if that’s not enough. An amazing update for the Tab 8 with only 128 GB. It frees users from the dilemma of whether to delete old data or make room for new ones.
updated operating system
From DOKE OS_P 1.0 to DOKE OS_P 2.0
Compared to Tab 8, the Blackview Tab 12 operating system has been completely redesigned with Doke OS_P 2.0. An operating system that is the product of the Blackview software team’s continuous efforts to design a more personalized and smooth operating system for a smarter user experience.
When Doke OS_P 1.0 was released, users had mixed opinions. Some applauded their personal, custom desktop and camera setups, while others asked for additional upgrades. To meet more requirements, Tab 12 comes with Doke OS_P 2.0. It was based on version 1.0 and saw massive updates in terms of fluidity, dedicated applications, and smarter interactions. For example, Doke OS_P 2.0 comes with in-house developed apps such as Cold Room, Game Mode, System Manager, and Data Migration Assistant to make interactions with the tablet.