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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.
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.
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.
Best Buy exclusively sells a 16/2GB version of the new BLU R1 Plus for $140, while Amazon charges an extra $20 with 32 and 3 gigs.
The $130 BLU Tank Xtreme 5.0 Android smartphone goes big on adrenaline and muscles, not so much on actual mainstream specifications.
If you hurry, the already tempting $200 BLU Vivo 5R can be yours for 50 bucks less, 1080p 5.5-inch display, 3GB RAM, fingerprint sensor and all.
It took a little longer than expected to break cover, but now the $150 BLU Vivo XL2 is here, and it can be yours even cheaper for a few hours.
For its first three days on e-store shelves, the monster battery BLU Life Max will cost just $80, down from a $130 MSRP.
Listed as "temporarily out of stock" on Amazon, the just-unveiled BLU Life Max offers a whole lot for extremely little money.
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.
Up for grabs already on Amazon at $300 unlocked, the BLU Energy XL promises to keep you away from power outlets for several days in a row.
The BLU Dash X2 and M2, made available stateside with little to no fanfare, might just be the country's cheapest metal-made, Android 6.0-based phones.
The BLU Life One X is possibly the third-gen Moto G's most dangerous rival stateside, offering superior processing power and screen resolution at $100.
The BLU Products Windows Phone teased in the image will be running Microsoft's mobile platform, and we're hoping for the latest iteration.