Bluboo Dual takes the stage with two camera sensors and elegant aluminum chassis
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You can count on phone makers like Bluboo to out handsets that seem like a great value-for-money proposition, and the latest Bluboo Dual is no exception. Don't get confused by the title, the phone is not called that because it sports two SIM card slots (most phones from the region do), but rather because it has two camera sensors and two lenses, riding on the dual-camera trend.
Dual strength bokeh effect
Gloves can stay
Equipped with a 5.5" 1080p Sharp LCD display, the Bluboo Dual is still shorter than your average 5.5-incher at 150mm, and looks quite elegant. As for the horse power under the hood, the phone is run by a quad-core MediaTek chipset coupled with 2 GB of RAM, and offers 16 GB storage plus a microSD slot that supports memory cards up to 256 GB. A 3000 mAh juicer back it all up, and the phone supports USB OTG
Dual camera and fast finger scanner - affordable phones ain't what they were
The stock interface would potentially speed up future Android version upgrades, and ensures a smoother, more stable overall performance. Saving the best for last, the phone is priced at $114.99 for the presale window that is going on right now, and will go for $119.99-$129.99 afterwards. Better hurry up if the description has piqued your interest, though, as the promo tag supply is limited, and seemingly runs until December 18th, when the Blueboo Dual introductory period ends.