Bluboo Xtouch flip cases now available with free Ironman lock screen


bluboo xtouch

If you have received your Bluboo Xtouch (lucky you we are still waiting for ours), then you might want to customise it with a compatible flip case.

The Bluboo Xtouch is one of the most expected phones today, we are still waiting for our review unit and are practically chasing the DHL man each time he comes in the hopes he has it for us.

Still some of you have received the Xtouch and from what we can see it’s a great looking phone, one that you will want to keep looking good with one of Bluboo’s own flip covers.

Gold and Blue versions of the case will go on sale from $14.99, and will work with the phones sensors to wake the screen when opened. The case also comes with a code to download a free Iron Man themed lock screen too for more personalisation.

Once we receive our Bluboo Xtouch we will be sure to post our hands on impressions, so keep posted!

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4 Comments

  1. Steve B
    November 16, 2015

    When you do get it, can you specifically test for OIS. Another reviewer couldn’t see any evidence of it, same for the recent Inew L3, both promoted it as a feature. Worried OIS might become the new false marketing gimmick.

    • Joel Adames
      November 16, 2015

      i’ve seen, i believe, that same review as you and i would find it rather odd them using that as mostly geeks or techy people even know what it is to get to make apealing to the mainstream. if the pictures come fair enough i couldn’t care less. hope they do come out good. the other reviewer said the phone just looks amazing and feels amazing to the point to having it compared with a samsung galaxy by its side wich form my poit of view is a lot to say/do. (i’m talking about looks therem don’t get me wrong or anything) and games look to run ok in that mtk6753.!!!

  2. Steve B
    November 16, 2015

    When you do get it, can you specifically test for OIS. Another reviewer couldn’t see any evidence of it, same for the recent Inew L3, both promoted it as a feature. Worried OIS might become the new false marketing gimmick.

    • Joel Adames
      November 17, 2015

      i’ve seen, i believe, that same review as you and i would find it rather odd them using that as mostly geeks or techy people even know what it is to get to make apealing to the mainstream. if the pictures come fair enough i couldn’t care less. hope they do come out good. the other reviewer said the phone just looks amazing and feels amazing to the point to having it compared with a samsung galaxy by its side wich form my poit of view is a lot to say/do. (i’m talking about looks therem don’t get me wrong or anything) and games look to run ok in that mtk6753.!!!