Most Chinese companies are busy with a few new models to cash in on the holiday frenzy. Bluboo are no different, and are working on the Bluboo Edge, Bluboo Mini and the Picasso 4G.
If you haven’t read yet, the Bluboo Edge comes with what the company calls a ‘dual curvy’ design. While it truly doesn’t sound like a term you will want to use in your daily vocabulary, the phone itself is quite interesting — it comes with a design similar to the ill-fated Galaxy Note7 and the Mi Note 2, with curves on either side (front and back).
Like we reported earlier, the phone will be on pre-sale for $129.99 with the price set to rise by $10 once the pre-sale is over. What we’ve just learnt from the company is that the 5.5-inch display of the phone will feature a 5-point multitouch digitiser fused with the LCD panel using the OGS (One Glass Solution) technology.
It’ll also be one of the few phones to have a hear rate sensor embedded into it. It does sound like a fair bit of tech for not a lot of money… at least on paper. We should be able to tell more about the phone once it’s in our hands.