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  • So a company called Blackview released a brand new phone - for sale right now - that has

  • a full-on projector in the top.

  • Talk about crazy features.

  • Today we're going to be durability testing the Blackview Max 1 to see if it can handle

  • every day life and see what this projector is all about.

  • Spoiler alert - the projector is a bit better than you think it is.

  • Let's get started.

  • [Intro]

  • So obviously, projectors need to be operated in kind of a dark environment.

  • They're not as bright as say a TV.

  • But with one click, the Max 1 is activated shooting the projector out the back.

  • And right now we're about 2 meters away and this is the equivalent of a 45 inch TV, which

  • is incredible, especially since it's coming out the top of a cell phone.

  • It's a laser projector with the resolution of 720p, but it's interesting because you

  • can just take it anywhere.

  • It's in your pocket and you can use it at a moment's notice where ever you want.

  • Every now and then you might catch a line in the video you're watching flickering down

  • the projection, but that's only because of the camera I'm using to film this phone.

  • In real life it doesn't appear when you're watching the projection.

  • It has something to do with the camera shutter speed or something like that.

  • Here's another example with a little drone history video that I made.

  • This was me filming with the DJI Mavic Pro 2 out in the middle of Idaho with the wrecked

  • plane in the woods.

  • Kind of an interesting video...I'll link that if you want to take a look at it.

  • It's crazy to me that they fit a laser projector in the top of this phone, and it's displaying

  • on the wall behind me.

  • Some phone companies are like, oh, we don't have room for a headphone hack, and then Blackview's

  • over here putting an entire projector.

  • So whether you want to watch movies or play video games, what's cool about this is that

  • it can actually display whatever's on your cellphone behind you or on the ceiling of

  • your room as you're using this phone.

  • And it's super funny that Apple produced the iPod for, you know, $300, and then there's

  • this phone for almost the same price that has a full fledged projector in it.

  • It just goes to show you that your dollar goes a much longer way with Android than it

  • does with Apple.

  • Blackview does say that while you're using the projector, it can project for 5 hours

  • before the battery goes down, which is pretty impressive.

  • So we've talked a bit about the features, but you know we're really here to find out

  • if it's durable or not.

  • Let's start with the scratch test.

  • It's hard to get over how cool this phone is.

  • Quite possibly one of the coolest, or at least the most unique phones of 2019.

  • On the Blackview website, the Max 1 is being sold for $400 with the caveat that it only

  • works in Europe and Asia right now.

  • That might change in the future, of course.

  • But either way, it's pretty cheap.

  • This might come as a surprise to nobody, but the Blackview Max 1 starts scratching at a

  • level 6 with deeper grooves at a level 7.

  • The earpiece is made from metal with just one thin row of circles just to let the sound

  • through.

  • There are 2 cameras on the front, both protected by the front glass, a 16 megapixel front camera

  • with a secondary depth sensor.

  • The right side of the phone is pretty standard - metal construction with a textured metal

  • power button and a plain metal volume rocker.

  • The top is where the real party happens.

  • Still all made from metal up here which is good.

  • But then when I go to analyze the rectangular opening for the laser projector, it's made

  • from plastic.

  • Yeah, it is recessed below the frame so it should be protected from scratches most of

  • the time.

  • But since plastic does scratch easier than glass, special cleaning precautions should

  • be taken when wiping off the surface.

  • The left side of the Max 1 is pretty plain, minus the removable SIM and SD card tray - huge

  • fan of that.

  • It's very easy to transfer SD cards full of movies.

  • The bottom of the phone has a loudspeaker grill, USB-C port, and no headphone jack.

  • But since they stuffed an entire full projector into the top of the phone, I think we can

  • make an exception this time around.

  • The back panel is made from glass with the Blackview logo printed on the underside, which

  • won't scratch off.

  • The camera lens housing is made from metal, and the circular lens protecting the 16 megapixel

  • sensor is thankfully made from glass.

  • The fingerprint scanner is scratchable.

  • After some heavy abuse it can still read my finger, but then when I go to unlock the phone,

  • it does not work every single time.

  • The phone does get a little warm when the screen is turned on and it's projecting at

  • the same time.

  • Not as warm as when I hold my lighter up to it of course, but the little device is doing

  • a whole lot of work when it's projecting.

  • Luckily the internal 4680 milliamp hour battery is there to handle the extra workload.

  • It can supposedly project for 5 hours at a time.

  • Even after 40 seconds under the flame from my lighter, nothing was really happening to

  • the 6 inch 1080p AMOLED display...just a yellowish tinge to the pixels, but they eventually recovered

  • and the yellow tinge went away.

  • To turn the projector on, it's just one click, and then whatever's on your screen starts

  • popping out the top.

  • Blackview claims their projector can make a 200 inch screen, but I think it would be

  • pretty washed out at that point.

  • In a totally dark room, I think about 40 or 50 inches is plenty good enough.

  • Good enough, of course, with the stipulation that the phone is structural and can handle

  • the abuse of everyday life.

  • When bent from the back, there is no flex with the phone.

  • It's a pretty thick little guy with over 10 millimeters, which is 3 millimeters thicker

  • than the iPhone 10s, but it definitely doesn't budge.

  • It's hard to argue with a super thick brick phone construction.

  • I was honestly getting kind of bored with the smart phones of 2018, but here in 2019

  • with all of it's motorized cameras, internal projectors, and time-of-flight cameras, and

  • super high internal optical zoom cameras, it's turning out to be a fantastic year for

  • smart phones.

  • The Blackview Max 1 passes my durability test.

  • It'll be super fun to see what that projector component looks like from the inside.

  • This phone is just yet another example of if you want a phone that does cool stuff,

  • you just have to pay less money for it.

  • Would you every use a projector if it came built-in to your phone?

  • Let me know down in the comments.

  • Hit that subscribe button if you haven't already.

  • I will be taking this thing apart.

  • And come hang out with me on Instagram and Twitter.

  • Thanks a ton for watching.

  • I'll see you around.

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