BLU Products has entered into the quad-core smartphone game, with several new offerings of the Tegra 3 variety. The Quattro family will feature smartphones with 4.5" and 5.7" screens, quad-core 1.5 GHz Tegra 3 SoC's, and Android 4.0.
The entry level Quattro 4.5 features qHD resolution, 5 MP camera, fullHD video recording as well as 4GB of (expandable) internal storage and 1GB of RAM. It's expected to retail at $249.99.
The Quattro 5.7 HD is surprisingly not the most expensive of the bunch at $299.99, despite featuring a 5.7 inch 720p display, 8MP camera, and the same 4GB of flash memory expandable via microSD, and 1GB of RAM.
Finally, the Quattro 4.5 HD flagship also comes with a 720p display, only this time it is protected with Gorilla Glass. An 8MP camera with fullHD recording are also in store, and with 1GB of RAM it's expected to retail at $349.99.
The two 4.5 inchers are expected to hit markets this week in the US, while the Quattro 5.7 HD should become available at the end of March.
The Blu Quattro supports 850/1700 which is important for tmobiles HSPA+ and 1900mhz..hope this helps
I see no point of this, considering that the Nexus 4 exists.
blu is a brand from a miami company name CT..... i know them