They are the first two BLU smartphones to be offered in the subcontinent, and they both run Windows Phone 8.1.
The members of Google's affordable smartphone program have started tasting the latest treat.
The entry-level device will come in December with a quad-core CPU and LTE.
The new screen is bigger and sharper, the camera has been polished, the chipset has been beefed up.
A 5.7" QHD display brings some modern phablet action, while the 20MP camera with Zeiss optics resurrects the PureView name.
Brand new Lumia 950/950XL smartphones and a few others are set to be unveiled at the #Windows10devices press conference.
Sony's update plans for Android 6.0 Marshmallow include older devices like the Xperia Z3 and Xperia Z2.
The company's new Mongoose CPU nearly matches the performance of the Apple A9 chip in single-core tests, but beats it in multi-core performance.
Mere hours before the Microsoft event, amidst the commotion, the duo has leaked in yet another set of photos.
The Lumia 950 and 950 XL will finally stop leaking, but we may also see a Lumia 550 too. A new Surface Pro is very likely.
HTC One M8, M9; LG G3, G4, G Stylo; Google Nexus 5, 6, 7, 9; Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Note5, Note Edge, S5, S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+, and Tab S2.
Does not mention price or release date.
The device will be introduced during this year's Gulf Information Technology Exhibition (GITEX), which is scheduled to take place in Dubai from October 18 to 22.
It was also revealed that the device will include a security app dubbed BlackBerry Safeguard that will show the smartphone's security status.
The Taiwanese manufacturer has seen its sales drop due to increased competition in all segments of the smartphone market.
The carrier has decided against launching the smartphone that was announced back in June.
This has been rumored a lot back in August, but now we get an inadvertent confirmation from Google itself.
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