Dual camera phones are going to be all over the place in 2017. Since the release of iPhone 7 Plus, increasing number of Chinese phone makers are working on devices with dual rear sensors, for instance, Huawei, Xiaomi, Vivo, Gionee, etc, and of course, some smaller manufacturers are included, for instance, BLUBOO, Elephone, etc. So now comes the question, if you have to choose among iPhone 7 Plus, Huawei 9 and BLUBOO Dual, which one do you prefer?Read More›
With the popularization of smartphone, we are becoming symbiotic with it in our daily life. However, there are still something unsatisfactory, for instance, smartphones could be easily damaged by water, dust or falls. Well, have you ever thought about replacing your smartphone with a rugged one? Indeed, even though many a rugged phone is of solid sturdiness, they looks quite ugly with low-end specs. With the increasingly demanding requirements of users, the trend of transformation between smartphone and rugged phone is inevitable.Read More›
Earlier this year, BLUBOO announced their Picasso model which did make a stir, and though it was an affordable phone it really didn’t support fast 4G LTE. With the increased popularization of 4G phones, BLUBOO decided to update the device to support 4G network. And with a few tweaks and adjustments made here and there to the phone, finally BLUBOO have created the Picasso 4G with more attractive features and they declared that the Picasso 4G model is the most worth having entry-level 4G device. But why?
It has become common for smartphone to sport a large screen. Seems like if a phone manufacturer doesn’t have a big device, that’s really not cool. So far we get several models with 6.0-inch display including BLUBOO Maya Max, Leagoo Shark 1, and Cubot Max. Well, what’s the best choice among the three?
For starters, let’s go through their main speculations:
The new BLUBOO Edge has been causing quite a stir so far. Specs for the phone include powerful quad-core processor, 5.5inch display with HD resolution, 8.0MP selfie camera and 13.0MP SONY main camera, front fingerprint sensor, rear heart rate monitor, up to 256GB microSD expansion, Android 6.0 Marshmallow as the OS and an extra-narrow bezel design.
Previously we compared two similar dual camera models, BLUBOO Dual and Oukitel U20 Plus on paper. Well, today we have for you a video to elaborate more details.
Before we get to the video, let’s go through their main speculations quickly. Most of their specs are really absolutely identical, from the 5.5-inch SHARP display with FullHD resolution, through MT6737T processor, 2 GB RAM and 16 GB of expandable ROM to 13 Mpix primary rear camera with Sony IMX135 sensor and 8 Mpix front camera or rear fingerprint scanner and Android 6.0 as the OS.
There are big phones available in the market and there are also BIG ones. The BLUBOO Maya Max belongs certainly to the latter category with its massive 6.0-inch display. In general, big screen phones pack large capacity batteries to ensure long lasting service time. The BLUBOO Maya Max model is no exception.
Selfie Camera & Dual Rear Flash
You must still be haunted by how the camera performance of the latest BLUBOO Dual model is on earth, even though just a few days ago we got its dual camera photo samples with depth-of-field effect. But that’s apparently not enough so today we are going to delve into that. And this time we have for you a video showing further details.