Bluboo X550 battery monster available for $129.99 for a limited time


bluboo x550

The Bluboo X550 battery monster is up for pre-order now, and those of you fast enough can get the device for just $129.99 rather than the full RRP of $159.99.

The main feature of the X550 is the very large 5300mAh battery, and its Mediatek Pump Express fast charging system which means a 75% charge is just over an hour. The phone also features a Mediatek processor, LTE, 13 mega-pixel camera and 5.5-inch 720HD display.

The RRP of the phone is just $159.99, but for a limited time Bluboo are giving away coupons to their Facebook fans to get the phone at a lower price of just $129.99. If you are in the market for a big battery device head over to the Bluboo Facebook page for more information.

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10 Comments

  1. justyfier
    June 26, 2015

    looks like a good phone but i heard there’s alot of problems with the sd cart slot

    • Yeti hand
      June 26, 2015

      a lot or 3 people on the xda forum? I have the phone, no issues there.

      • justyfier
        June 26, 2015

        For the limit sales and of those sales people who are on xda. That mean either realky bad luck or a general problem

        • Yeti hand
          June 26, 2015

          Nope that means 3 people got bad luck on the numerous people like me that got the phone.
          People with no issue don’t post on the forum! Don’t start a bad rumor for no reason.
          Bluboo got a facebook page and that sd issue is irrevelant.

          • justyfier
            June 26, 2015

            Ok mister bluboo employe

            • balcobomber25
              June 26, 2015

              Because he doesn’t agree with you he is a bluboo employee?

            • Yeti hand
              June 26, 2015

              nope thank YOU mister 3 people means general troubles all over the world!!

        • balcobomber25
          June 26, 2015

          3 is not a general problem. Even if they only sold 1000 units (which the numbers are probably a lot higher than that) that would still be less than 1% of all phones having an issue.

  2. Marco Lancaster
    June 26, 2015

    Guess this would be a great initial price at all, $169 is too much for a 1Ghz chipset, other specs are great but I would go for eMax at that price.

  3. ddddddff
    June 26, 2015

    bad article, cause its a giveaway competition and not a limited time anyone within the a lotted amount can get the phone