Blu's Pure XL packs in an enormous quad-HD display, 24MP digital camera for $349
Blu’s nonetheless trucking together with its function-wealthy unlocked Android telephones. The newest entry is the $349 Pure XL, a 6-inch behemoth sporting a quad-HD decision on its Tremendous AMOLED show and a beefy 24-megapixel digital camera. It additionally marks the debut of Mediatek’s X10 octa-core chipset to the U.S. — the Pure XL’s processor clocks in at 2GHz and it is buoyed by three gigabytes of RAM. Altogether, it is probably the most highly effective gadget we have seen but from Blu. And in contrast to previous Blu telephones, it is truly operating the newest model of Android (5.1 Lollipop). Whereas its design is pretty plain, its aluminum case ought to differentiate it from different low cost Android telephones on the market. With 64GB of storage and a fingerprint sensor on its rear, it additionally retains up with a number of the specs we’re seeing in rather more costly telephones today. The Pure XL will help T-Cellular and AT&T’s LTE networks, and it is also twin-SIM, which ought to make it nice for touring. You’ll be able to nab one solely on Amazon beginning on September 29.