Bluboo Edge presales starting November 10th

Newest Bluboo flagship model Bluboo Edge is just about to become available in the presales and it should all start on November 10th with some pretty affordable price tag. But before we get to that let’s summarize what we know so far about the phone and we have one small video for you too.

First thing to mention with Bluboo Edge is most certainly the design, both front and rear has some serious curves making it look not just elegant but surely also pleasant to hold. Body of the phone is made using CNC processes, nano-molding and polishing so the edges are smooth but sturdy. On top of that the phone is equipped with a heart rate sensor.


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Moving on to hardware specs we can find quad-core MT6737 processor clocked at 1,3 GHz supported by 2 GB RAM and 16 GB of storage expandable up to 256 GB. Slightly more budget specs than we would like, but still plenty to function just fine. Main camera has a 13 Mpix Sony sensor and front one has 8 Mpix resolution. There is of course also a fingerprint scanner capable of unlocking the phone in just 0,1s. And we can’t forget to mention the 5,5-inch OGS HD display which reacts even to the gloved hand or wet hand touch controls.

For getting even better idea about the Bluboo Edge you can check the following video and admire the design. Presale period should last until November 24th and the presale price is set at $129.99. As a part of the presale period there will be several events and giveaways so few free Bluboo Edge pieces will find a new home. Retail price later on will rise up to $139.99.

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  1. Paul_3891
    November 8, 2016

    any idea about battery

  2. MattD
    November 8, 2016

    I’m going to write a mail asking leeco to clone the design of this phone’s back, but creating a phone worth buying ?

  3. Fandi1303
    November 8, 2016

    look nice for design, not good for specs, battery too small

  4. Riccardo Benzoni
    November 9, 2016

    they really didn’t put 3G 900mhz band on this one?

  5. greg
    November 9, 2016

    Man , the SoC is sooo weak