In addition to the Pure XL phablet, the Miami-based manufacturer BLU took the wraps off the Vivo Air LTE smartphone at CTIA in Las Vegas. With a 5.1mm body and 97 grams of weight, the newcomer is the slimmest 4G LTE device to arrive in the United States.
As its name suggests, the ultra-slim smartphone is an upgraded variant of the BLU Vivo Air, which was announced in January. The Vivo Air LTE swaps the MediaTek chipset of the original for a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 solution, coupled with 2GB of RAM.
The rest of the handset’s specs include 4.8” 720p Super AMOLED display, 16GB of built-in memory, 8MP main camera, 5MP front-facing unit, and 2,050mAh battery. BLU Vivo Air LTE boots Android Lollipop.
The handset will hit the shelves on September 22 in black or white color scheme, sporting a $199 price tag. Its LTE bands will be compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile.
Exactly! I LOVE BLU. They take all the Chinese phones I want, set them up with Google suite and English, then sell them even cheaper on Amazon with next day free shipping. So rad! Helpful for us no contact types
Are you joking? Or serious? Assuming the former I will tell you because I own the device. Having a day and a half battery a gorgeous display and lightning fast speed in a tiny thin device that can be easily put in a ticket pocket or a hand wallet is ...
I'm using the device. It's lightning fast. Everyone in here seems to read and repeat spec sheets, rather than test the devices in real life. :-/