The boom of the tri-bezel-less phones started originally with the Xiaomi Mi Mix and gaining traction exponentially, with most of the chinese manufacturers trying to release their own version. Latest one to the arena will be the new Bluboo S1, first showcased at the Global Sources Fair and now officially announced to hit the market in early June.
Bluboo S1 follows up in the footsteps of Doogee Mix and UMI Crystal, but again with some small variations in comparison. While the front panel design looks similar the phone will have a front fingeprint scanner below the display and the rear dual camera setup will be horizontally aligned and located in the upper left corner. So far we have only render pictures of the phone at our disposal so hard to say about the actual bezel thickness.
In terms of hardware it’s once again falling into the very solid midrange cathegory with Helio P25 processor, up to 4GB/6GB RAM, 64 GB of internal storage and dual rear camera setup (16 Mpix + 3 Mpix sensors). As mentioned before Bluboo S1 should be available in June for a price around the $150 mark. We shall see more information surely coming soon in the following weeks.