Bluebo Update phones with quad-core MT6589 CPU and Android 4.2

Last year Bluebo were right up there with JiaYu and UMi as one of the phone companies to watch. They’ve been very quiet for 2013 though, but this recent quad-core update could be a sign of things to come.

The phone here is physically the same as last year’s dual-core MT6577 Bluebo phone and has the same 5-inch 1280 x 720 display, however the specs have seen an overhaul.

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The major update is the inclusion of a quad-core MT6589 CPU and 1GB RAM, which should see the phone improve both perforce and efficiency, Bluebo have also boosted the rear camera to a 12 mega-pixel sensor and updated Android to 4.2 Jelly Bean.

3 version of the Bluebo will be available with internal memory ranging from 4GB to 16GB and prices starting at 1299 Yuan ($208) rising to 1399 Yuan ($225) for the 16GB model.

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  1. kolyamba
    March 30, 2013

    if they steal samsung’s design, why doesn’t they steal size (4.8) and back panel? it’ll be great to use original accessories for samsung on chinese phone

    • March 30, 2013

      +1 on that^

    • March 30, 2013

      ..because they wouldn’t be able to sell them outside China. Actually, anything that is exported is practicaly unbranded. Not that anyone can sue them within China; it’s because otherwise they would be blocked at customs.

  2. Camaman
    March 31, 2013

    This definitely the one I will watch 4.5″ and quad is exactly the size I need.

  3. randal
    April 1, 2013

    Anyone know which of these phone will work on 1900 band for 3g data in the us?