even incoming xiaomi Poco X3 with promising new SD732 chipset & 33W charger
doesn't support Wireless Charger
Rebranding is trending now to cut costs on R&D
Blu G90 pro rebranded (Redmi note 8 pro) if you still doubt just compare them both
dbjungle, 27 Aug 2020I'm pretty sure it is the Redmi Note 8 Pro. That phone was right around the same price w... moreNope, different battery, different vendor, different everything. Just because it has similar design doesn't mean it is a rebranded version of Redmi Note 8 Pro. Besides, Xiaomi will never sell any IP to other competitors.
Chambroso, 27 Aug 2020(5,100 mAh battery with 18W fast wired charging and 10W wireless charging support.) Something&... moreoh no, actually if you have wireless charging, wow, how strange to see this type of technology at this price
(5,100 mAh battery with 18W fast wired charging and 10W wireless charging support.) Something's wrong...
apart, I thought that the oppo a9 / a5 2020 was the only design copy they had taken from the redmi note 8 pro, but this blu made a god level copy
dbjungle, 27 Aug 2020I'm pretty sure it is the Redmi Note 8 Pro. That phone was right around the same price w... moreThey most likely just rebadge. BLU never had any manufacturing done except rebranding.
The problem is that it has pretty limited bands supported in the US. It can really somewhat work on AT&T. Forget about using it on T-Mobile or any MVNO that uses T-Mobile.
Anonymous, 27 Aug 2020This looks like Redmi Note 8 ProI'm pretty sure it is the Redmi Note 8 Pro. That phone was right around the same price with more specs. I actually thought the Bold N1 seemed kinda Redmi K20-ish. I wonder what kind of deal they have. You get free designs if you wait a year?
Wireless charging is cool at such a price. Wish the phone had 6GB RAM at base configuration though.
For g90t that's a fair price but I wouldn't go so far as calling it gaming phone
Wireless charging @ 200$ now that's something refreshing midrange phone