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It's an $80 phone with lightweight Android, a big screen, two cameras and a fingerprint sensor. Not much else you can ask for at that price.
Last week, the company made promises to be a better phone maker. It continued to make those promises with the launch of the Vivo XI+.
Metallic casing, a circular display, even cellular capabilities. It has an MSRP of $100, but it's going on half that until June 6. But hold on a second...
Amazon has the freshly unveiled BLU Vivo XL3 and XL3 Plus smartphones available for discounted prices of $110 and $130 for a limited time only.
With a terrible name, ancient pre-installed software and modest features all in all, the BLU Vivo One Plus is likely to be saved by a killer price point.
If you've resisted the temptation of doing a BLU Life One X2 factory reset to bypass a recent password request, there's now a way to gain back access.
Software updates are usually a reason of joy for users of low-cost phones like the BLU Life One X2, but not when they add random passwords at boot time.
BLU and firmware provider Shanghai Adups have continuously insisted that research firm Kryptowire's findings on the security of their software are wrong.
It is worse since November. The process is hidden better and can encompass everything about your phone from your location to what apps you install.
A phone from December 2015 is getting updated with software that was released in October of that year. Perhaps you do get what you pay for.
Shanghai Adups, which provides firmware mostly to Chinese phone manufacturers, inadvertently gave phones from BLU inappropriate software.
The boom of mid-range phones has had an unintentional side effect of raising the bar on the low end. The BLU Vivo 5R is the result.
The Blu Pure XR brings a lot of great things to the midrange table, including an Apple-Meets-Samsung feature called the "Edge bar". Intrigued? C'mon in.
It's BlackBerry Ltd. v. BLU Products, Inc. in the newest patent infringement complaint, arguably a much lower-profile case than Apple v. Samsung wars.
For nearly a year, the BLU Win JR LTE was promised Windows 10 Mobile. It was physically impossible, but it was marketed that way, says a Redditor.
Today's the day to get your Windows 10 Mobile upgrade for many existing Windows Phone 8.1 models.
Watch our full video review of the new BLU Pure XL. If you're in the market for the most feature-packed smartphone at a $350 price tag, here it is.
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Read about the new BLU Win HD LTE Windows Phone that's now available in some bold colors and for only $199 with no contract.
At 5.1mm and no camera bump, the BLU Vivo Air may be the thinnest phone that you can buy today - and it's not all that expensive either. Take a look!