We all remember the previous Blue Studio smartphone released earlier this year with its large 5.3-inch display which was exclusive for AT&T.It seems that the company will continue on the path of the operating system from Google, with the new Blu Vivo and focusing more attention on the customer's price and features combined with dual-sim and interesting hardware.Obviously we're not talking about a top range, but considering that the demand for devices with dual sim is always highest among smartphone lovers,than that is what this devices brings to the table:
- 4.3-inch Super Plus AMOLED WVGA (800 × 480) display.
- MediaTek MT6577 chipset cpu equipped with dual-core Cortex-A9.
- Android Ice Cream Sandwich.
- 1 GB RAM.
- PowerVR SGX 531 GPU.
- 4GB internal memory expandable via microSD.
- 8 mpx camera with video recording at 720p.
- 1600 mAh battery.
Given the predisposition to relegate the mid-or medium-low devices equipped with dual-sim, with BLUE live we can find a good compromise with the performance due to the large display for more than 4-inch dual-core cpu. BLU Vivo in the U.S. is preparing to debut at a price of $ 249, followed shortly thereafter in Latin America and Asia.