harlekkin, 31 Jan 2016Well, I've just ordered one since I need a secondary phone for my trips to China anyway. I'... moreYou've got a point there and I'm looking forward to read some real usage info from you about this Bluboo thing ..... well good luck with your new secondary phone :D and have a nice trip.
As a heavy and hardcore Samsung user, currently using the S6 Edge 128GB, I ordered the pink gold version yesterday trough a webshop for 63 Euros just for fun.
Ok it doesn't have LTE but it does have THREE simcard slots which is a very nice option for an extra prepaid nanosim card and a microsd card.
The phone can be rooted very easily and I just want to know what the it is capable of.
Once I'm done with it after a couple of weeks I'll sell it with ease because of the color ;-)
I'm sure you haven't searched on the internet.
The first hit I got brought me to a webshop and I bought one yesterday for 63 Euros (approx. $65) and it will be delivered on 5 february. Payed with PayPal ;-)
DarkMaster, 31 Jan 2016I personally never bought something from apple and never will.
but point is that this blubo... moreWell, I've just ordered one since I need a secondary phone for my trips to China anyway.
I'll let you know whether it's any good or bad, because I guess one has to actually try it before making any judgement.
60 dollars is no joke for people who have no means of getting more any money, and need a phone ASAP. And many people live on about a handful of dollars a day, mostly from the developing countries. We can only say that it's trash because most of us are privileged enough to be able to afford better.
If you can, buy a better phone. I would, but I won't just dismiss phones like these because this could be the best some people can afford.
Anonymous, 30 Jan 2016How? This phone isn't evem close to Apple or Samsung quality...what he meant was Apple and Samsung are too costly even tho you can see their upgrades, their specs can be seen in other phones which costs half their prices, the problem with the people today is they go for the TREND even if they will spend too much
DarkMaster, 31 Jan 2016I personally never bought something from apple and never will. but point is that this blubo... moreof course, Samsung, Apple and other were unknown brands before also before they became powerhouses, before you release your statement, be relevant first dude
Anonymous, 31 Jan 2016searched the entire web of the source, there is no $59.99 Xfire2, all are $79.99. of course, it's not yet in the market bud
Karly, 31 Jan 2016My passion is flagship performance at $200.Haha well in case I wish it like you my friend, but for that price it just doesn't exist, unfortunately. To have a (real) flagship performance, it cost so much more. But in my dreams, yes I agree with you, I wish it too
This phone would be as reliable as... Something not very reliable!
searched the entire web of the source, there is no $59.99 Xfire2, all are $79.99.
Anonymous, 30 Jan 2016Its not about you buying this phone, its the indirect message that Apple, Samsung, etc is ripp... moreI personally never bought something from apple and never will.
but point is that this bluboo thing have outdated specs and zero quality combine that with unknown brand....so what this thing is actually worth ? it's worth nothing . it can be only a toy for five year old...as actual phone it would be wiser to buy NOKIA 105 .
Awesome. I'm sure this will receive continuous security updates and have great support over its lifetime.
They could make a killing stateside if they added LTE bands for T-Mobile and ATT, bumped it up to 2GB RAM and sold the phones for $95 each. I'd buy two at that price.