Bluboo are launching a new smartphone that packs a large battery and World 4G Mode for global LTE support.
As we have mentioned before Bluboo are one of the original Chinese Android smartphone makers from way back in the day. If you remember back when the JiaYu G3 was king then you most likely have some recollection of Bluboo and the phones they were making at around the same time.
Like a lot of Chinese phone makers, Bluboo have recently switched their focus away from the domestic phone market and are readying a new range of devices for international sale.
The newest in the range will be the Bluboo X550 smartphone which has two big advantages over rival phones. The first being that the Bluboo X550 has a large 5300mAh battery, which is just a monster battery for any phone. The second hightlight being the use of a Mediatek MT6735 processor a variant on current SoC models with added Global 4G mode.
According the Bluboo the X550 has enough battery power for 3 days of continuous use or 30 days of standby, while Mediatek say the MT6753 SoC is a quad-core 64bit chips with 4G LTE World Mode supporting Rel. 9, Cat. 4 LTE (FDD & TDD), DC-HSPA+, TD-SCDMA, CDMA2000 1x/EVDO Rev. A, EDGE.
Bluboo are expected to release more information after the Easter holiday.