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The BLU Life One X2 Mini is an Affordable Smartphone with a Fingerprint Reader

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Earlier today, BLU unveiled its latest Android smartphone. Called the BLU Life One X2 Mini, the device comes as the smaller brother of the regular Life One X2. As an affordable device, it comes complete with a fingerprint scanner. 

As for its specs, the Life One X2 Mini comes with a 5-inch full HD curved glass display with a resolution of 1080x1920 and 440ppi density. It runs on a 1.4GHz Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor and Adreno 505 GPU, just like its big brother. Memory-wise, the Life One X2 Mini has a 64GB storage capacity with 4GB of RAM and expandable storage of another 64GB through a microSD card. Like other BLU-manufactured devices, the Life One X2 Mini has a dual SIM card tray.

To take photos, the device is equipped with a 13-megapixel rear-facing camera with autofocus and 1080p HD video recorder. In front, there is an 8-megapixel secondary camera built-in with flash. The 3,000 mAh battery configuration on the Life One X2 Mini is similar to its bigger brother. The device is available in Gold, Rose Gold, and Gray color options.

With regards to its cellular connectivity, the Life One X2 Mini supports 3G (850/1700/1900/2100) and 4G LTE bands (2, 4, 7, 12, and 17). It comes with Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, and Hotspot as well. Upon release, the device runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

From BLU's website, the device is available with T-Mobile, AT&T, MetroPCS, Cricket Wireless, and Straight Talk. But you can also get an unlocked model from Amazon for $179.99.


Source: TMONews

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  1. 5 inch display
    Mini
    ?

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    1. The regular BLU Life One X2 has a 5.2-inch display. The topic in the article is the BLU Life One X2 Mini with a smaller 5-inch display.

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    2. The Axon S7 Mini is of a similar size. I'm glad, it puts the nail in the coffin of the "too small to use" sub-4" phones.

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  2. Is Blu trustworthy?

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    1. I'd say "no". To me, you don't get "three strikes and you're out" for something like loading your phones with with spyware from Red China. You shouldn't even do that ONCE.

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  3. It will sends fingerprint to China

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    1. ...but but it will be backup on a cloud server with triple redundancy where the information is super safe. Just not sure who will share the same data though.

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  4. No mention of root and lacking band 12?

    I know just where to put it.

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    1. "With regards to its cellular connectivity, the Life One X2 Mini supports 3G (850/1700/1900/2100) and 4G LTE bands (2, 4, 7, 12, and 17)."

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    2. I corrected myself before the comment was even posted.

      It's literally the next one down.

      Learn to read, my friend.

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  5. Meant AT&T's band 5, not 12, but the point still stands.

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    1. It has HSPA+ on Band 5. AT&T doesn't use LTE Band 5 much anyway.

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    2. Better to have all the bands when you don't need them, than lack the bands when you do.

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  6. Would it support two AT&T sims?

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    1. I don't know. To use 2 AT&T SIMs both SIM slots need to support 3G. I've looked at the BLU Life One X2 Mini's specs on a few sites but have not been able to find that information.

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    2. Chilllax Dennis ahahah

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  7. Can any one tell me why manufactures keep using 2.5d glass? It makes using a screen protector impossible. You either have to use the flixible ones that do nothing at all. Or ones that are cut too small. Or have the "Halo effect". Is there a benefit at all of 2.5D glass?

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    1. Can you explain why 2.5D prevents screen protectors? Thanks.

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  8. The rounded edges prevents a tempered glass screen protector from going "edge to edge". You get either a Halo effect on the edges where the glass curves away from the protetector. Or you get one that's cut to stop before the curve, or one that's more of a film.

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