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BLU's New Mid-Range Devices Come With Entry-Level Prices

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It seems like BLU is on a roll. Just a few days after it launched the BLU G9 Pro at an introductory price, the company has again unveiled a couple of mid-range models with entry-level price tags for the U.S. market. These new devices are called the Vivo X5 and the Vivo XL5.

BLU Vivo X5 


The BLU Vivo X5 comes with a 5.7-inch display and a 720x1440 resolution. From within, the device runs on a 1.6GHz Octa-Core processor with ARM Cortex-A55 chipset, 3GB of RAM, 64GB onboard storage, and another 64GB expandable memory via a microSD card.

The device has a 13-megapixel camera in the back and an 8-megapixel front-facing sensor for selfies. Other features include a 2,800mAh battery, Android 9.0 Pie OS, fingerprint sensor, and a leather back design.

BLU Vivo XL5 


The larger model, the BLU Vivo XL5, comes with a 6.3-inch display and 720x1520 pixel resolution. There is a small cutout on top for the 13-megapixel front-facing camera. On the back is where a couple of 13-megapixel sensors can be found.

From within, the BLU Vivo XL5 runs on the same configuration as the Vivo X5: a 1.6GHz Octa-Core processor with ARM Cortex-A55 chipset, 3GB of RAM, 64GB onboard storage, and another 64GB microSD card memory expansion. The device comes with a 4,000mAh battery, Android 9.0 Pie OS, fingerprint sensor, and a leather back design.

Both devices are can already be purchased through Amazon at a price of $100 (Vivo X5) and $130 (Vivo XL5). They are compatible with GSM networks like Metro by T-Mobile, T-Mobile, AT&T, Cricket Wireless, Straight Talk, and others.


As part of its introductory promotion, BLU is currently selling the two phones at a discounted price. You can purchase the Vivo X5 for $79 and the XL5 for $109. To know how you can score the discount, visit this website.



Source: PhoneScoop 

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  1. BLU is infamous for their short-live OTA updates and then it all stops about after a year.

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  2. Still happy with my Vivo XL4 after 6 months. It's not perfect, but it still runs like it did when it was brand new and better at this point than any other budget phone I have used, including from LG and even a higher end HTC. I would probably upgrade to the XL5 in do course. Let's see how the reviews go over the next month or two. The X5 I don't really see the point to considering the relatively small price difference. I'd go the extra $30 just for the bigger battery.

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  3. GSM Quad Band
    3G: 850/1700/1900
    LTE: 2/4/5/12/17(UU)

    That's it and that is terrible, no band 41, 71, nothing.

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