BLU launches the Life X2, successor the Life X
If there is one thing that BLU has come to be very known for, it is the fact that they are always in the habit of churning out smartphones that carry very decent specs and for this offerings, they usually let them out at a very little price. What they have used to appeal to even more markets is the fact that they sell their devices unlocked and in the US market, that is a very good deal.
That is not what we have come to talk about today though but the launch of a successor to the BLU Life X which they have aptly named the Life X2.
Expected to be an improvement over its predecessor, this one has not disappointed in that regard at all as it carries a screen of 5.2 inches which is set a t a resolution of 1080p, uses a rear 16MP camera which is optimised with the use of laser technology and LED flash and as well, a front 8MP snapper which comes with its own LED flash also.
Further under the hood is a Qualcomm snapdragon 430 chipset which is powered by a 3000Mah battery, a micro SD card slot, a support for QuickCharge 3.0 technology from QUALCOMM and not forgetting to mention the Marshmallow that runs the whole affair.
For the variant that has 2GB of RAM coupled to an internal storage space of 16GB, you can get it for $149.99 on Amazon while the bigger 4GB/64GB offering sells for $199.99.99
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