bobcat360, 22 Sep 2016i can say without doubt dont buy a blu phone it you want software upgrades bought a blu life ... moreeverybody has the update to marshmallow for your information, is not companies fault its yours,!!
fony, 24 Sep 2016So what I can buy a new X2 every year for the next 4.6 years and it'll still be cheaper than t... moreIt is fine, as long as you love the way. I have my way and vision and style and great feeling;)
I love Qnovo, 23 Sep 2016Without Qnovo adaptive charging your phone will degrading the battery life, so one year throw away.So what I can buy a new X2 every year for the next 4.6 years and it'll still be cheaper than that overpriced Quiznos phone haha
Just Pre Ordered This..
But I don't expect, no updates..
This a year phone, then like the life one x,give it to my Kid..
Kudos to BLU for the upgrades.
Like the Qualcomm Chipset.
I wonder is it really 1.4 Ghz, as the 430 is advertised as 1.2 Ghz.??
Quick Charge 3.0
Dual Camera Flash..
Well can't wait to get my hands on it..
So new don't even have cases for it on Amazon..//
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fony, 23 Sep 2016X2 > XZWithout Qnovo adaptive charging your phone will degrading the battery life, so one year throw away.
I'm in the same boat, LOX bought last december and still no marshmallow, despite it being promised by end of Q1. Shameful, really.
That said, the phones are decent quality and cheap as chips. As long as you don't expect the "promised" updates... not bad choices.
I don't see major improvement apart the better camera and the fast charge.
(And the Marshmellow software)
BLU says the Marshmellow update for L1X should come before the end of the year... But they said at the beggining that it would came on the first quarter of 2016.
Anonymous, 22 Sep 2016Will it get 4g in europe?Blu operates in the US and Latin America and usually just includes those regions frequencies in their handsets. They are usually rebranded Gionee (a Chinese mobile company) handsets. You might get the frequencies you want on the Gionee equivalents. For example the Blu Pure XR is the Gionee S8 and the Blue Vivo 5R is the Gionee S6s. Not sure of the Life One X equivalent since it was just announced.
Anonymous, 22 Sep 2016What's their skin like?skin is pretty light. if its anything like my BLU R1 HD, its pretty close to stock. It's not bad at all. I'm kind of a believer in BLU. I'll probably pick one of these up
Force Majeure, 23 Sep 2016I can see from here that the battery isn't removable. Seriously stop whinning about non-removeable batteries...
Advice against buying Blu phones. Their customer support and warranty policies are the worst. They will make every possible excuse not to repair your phone.
BLU changed my life. I was doing the Apple iPhone thing like billions of other people. It lacked high resolution screen.
BLU is a very well priced phone. I started my relationship with BLU earlier this year when I abandoned Apple for BLU, and Android OS, what a great decision. I'll likely never go back to iOS. The BLU Life One X was perfect for my budget. It was modern, non flashy, felt great, and overall sexy. It performed amazingly, and continues to do so. Its perfect for any average smartphone user. And it synches everything just fine. Apps, no problem. Phone charging and indoor camera usage are disappointing, but I have already pre-ordered the BLU Life One X2, and just CAN' T WAIT for it to arrive. It feels like Christmas really. So excited. I love BLU, and thank you BLU for the camera and battery upgrade, was much needed!!! And all at the same price!!!!!!!
i can say without doubt dont buy a blu phone it you want software upgrades
bought a blu life one x a year back and no upgrades to marshmallow