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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.
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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+.
The Singtech P10 features firmware linked to a Taiwanese company that sucks up all sorts of personal data and then sells ads against it.
Listed on Amazon since January, the 5.7-inch BLU Pure View is only today formally unveiled and commercially released, fetching $130 instead of its $200 MSRP for a limited time.
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...
Even though BLU failed to protect the privacy and security of its users' personal information for a pretty long time, also lying about the company's practices, the FTC is not imposing a financial penalty on the smartphone vendor yet.
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.
Amazon has started selling an ultra-affordable 2:1 BLU Vivo XL3 smartphone with little to no fanfare, while a Vivo XL3 Plus is listed on the company's website with no price or release date.
It's a very competitive $300 phone, just based off of the specifications themselves and especially with the number of cameras it has.
There's a new BLU Pure View smartphone listed as "temporarily out of stock" on Amazon, likely coming soon at just $200 with several trendy features in tow.
Quietly listed on the company's official website even before the highly-publicized Life One X2 bug was fixed, the BLU Life One X3 is up for grabs today.
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.
The unlocked BLU S1 is available on Amazon at $130 instead of $180 for a very limited time, with a $200 Visa prepaid card thrown in at Sprint activation.
Available for $200 from Amazon in a GSM unlocked configuration, the BLU Vivo 8L can take super-crisp selfies and last an eternity between charges.
Priced at $180, and up for grabs on Amazon.com, the BLU S1 is nothing to write home about, but it does support Sprint in addition to AT&T and T-Mobile.
The two companies have settled patent licensing disputes of yesteryear. BLU will be paying out to BlackBerry. But Waterloo has more lawsuits to work.
The Miami-based smartphone producer is ticking off two boxes with its new unlocked phones: affordable and metallic. What do you value?
The BLU S1 is your run of the mill $160 budget Android phone and it's the first from the company to support Sprint bands. Don't get sweaty about it, though.
Unveiled in the US rather than Germany, and already up for grabs on Amazon.com, the $200 BLU Vivo 8 serves pretty incredible bang for buck.
The e-marketplace stated to Pocketnow that its decision to reinstate BLU phones to its offerings was based on conversations with the company.