The Russian tech and electronics brand BQ released a new smartphone recently, the BQ 6868L Wide. There are some noteworthy features this phone comes with. Among them, we can mention the large frameless screen, large battery, large memory, and original design. Moreover, this is one of the most affordable models currently on the Russian market in the price segment up to 8000 rubles ($140).
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BQ 6868L Wide Selling Points
The BQ 6868L Wide sports a 6.8-inch frameless IPS screen with an aspect ratio of 20:9. In a small hole in the center at the top of the display, there is an 8 MP camera for selfies and video calls.
The back cover of the device has a special texture with overflows. There are four colors to choose from: black, blue, red, and graphite.
Other Specs Of The Phone
Under the hood, we have a Unisoc Tiger T310 chip. The chip is manufactured using 12-nanometer technology and saves 20% of energy compared to octa-core processors for the mainstream segment. The chip is paired with different memory and storage sizes. For instance, customers can choose from 3Gb + 32GB or 4GB + 64GB storage combinations. However, the memory is expandable to up to 128GB via the microSD card slot.
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The battery capacity is 4000mAh, which is capable of providing long life.
The BQ 6868L Wide runs on Android 11.
In terms of photography, there is a 13-megapixel main camera with various shooting modes.
Other features of the new smartphone include an unlock function using a fingerprint scanner as well as support for LTE.
The BQ 6868L Wide smartphone is available for purchase through the company’s online store. The 3/32 GB modification is available for 7990 rubles ($140), while the 4/64 GB variant costs 8490 rubles ($149).
BQ is a Russian brand of technology and electronics, founded in 2013. The company’s main product portfolio consists of smartphones, TVs, household appliances, and tablet computers in the budget and mid-price segments.
In 2019, BQ entered the TV market in Russia, and in 2020, it entered the small home appliances market.