Bluboo D1 with dual rear and front cameras should be priced around...

Bluboo D1 with dual rear and front cameras should be priced around $60

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Looks like the Bluboo “leaked” information are sometimes kind of little bit misleading, because not that long ago they were hinting about a possibility of using Snapdragon 825 in the upcoming Bluboo D1 model. And today ? Well let’s say it just became highly unlikely, because the phone will be priced around $60…

For the price it could be quite a steal thought, because the official teaser brought info about 5-inch JDI HD resolution display, quad core processor (my guess would be MT6737T), 2 GB RAM, 16 GB of storage, 2600 mAh battery and of course the interesting camera setup. It should have dual both rear and front cameras with 8 Mpix resolution for the rear one and 5 Mpix for the selfie one. Again pretty safe to assume that applies only for the primary cameras of the due, that the secondaries are not going to be on the same level.

But well for mere $60 dollars that’s still fairly good even though the Snapdragon 835 sounded a bit better, but that would probably mean one more zero in the price 🙂 More information about the Bluboo D1 concerning the release date should be published soon on the official Bluboo website and we will surely keep you informed.

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  • gerk

    60$.Sounds not bad.I will consider to purchase one.

  • The price sounds good really. I will consider purchasing this if it maintains this price on release.

  • Assefa Hanson

    I highly doubt its 6737T more like 6580 or lucky if its the 6735 but if it is the 6737t that would be good for the price

  • Muhammad Yasir

    what is going on ?!

  • nobitakun

    I feel curiosity about how much sd835 costs to qualcomm. I’m sure you would be surprised that extra 0 is a “because why not” thing, since we are used to pay that much for a phone. A phone under 200 is totally possible with a sd835 with the right profit, but who cares? lol