The Chinese manufacturer Bluboo is preparing to launch the Bluboo XFire, smartphone with connectivity LTE intended for the low-end market, with which to compete with other companies in the "low-cost" war.
The device collides directly with the Doogee X5, Of which we talked to you yesterday, offering a chipset at a very aggressive price quad-core and connectivity LTE.
The terminal has a very youthful and colorful design that vaguely recalls, at least in the materials, the Meizu M2.
At the moment the only leaked technical specification of the terminal is the Quad-core Mediatek MT6735 processor with architecture a 64-bit.
For the time being, no further information has been leaked about the terminal's hardware compartment that will certainly guarantee connectivity support LTE.
Il Bluboo XFire will be commercialized in the coming weeks in more colors at a price of 399 yuan, about 55 € at the current exchange rate.
If the remaining technical data sheet of the device is found to be of good quality, the new device of Bluboo it could also compete with the recent Meizu M2 which is currently one of the best-buy in the low-end market.
What do you think of this terminal? What would you buy at this price?[VIA]