The BLU brand continues to infiltrate the market with low-priced smartphones embedded with attractive specs. Reports suggest that new devices from the company are on the verge of launch, as it was confirmed that BLU just introduced a new 5.2” smartphone with a full HD display.
Recently, two unknown devices known as BLU Life Max and BLU Studio G Plus HD purported on FCC which is otherwise known as Federal Communications Commission. As evidence of the news, images were revealed displaying some features of the devices.
BLU Life Max
As much details were not disclosed, from the look of things, the BLU Life Max will feature a fingerprint sensor at the rear, followed by a Dual SIM card support, an expandable microSD slot but the RAM capacity and internal storage still remain unknown. Also included in terms of the connectivity options, is an FM radio tuner, 802.1b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth, and 4G LTE.
Under its hood, there will be a MediaTek MT6737 version quad-core processor that is to be powered by a respectable battery of 3650mAh and a possible Quick Charge. Furthermore, the device has a micro-USB connector, headset jack, and a mono speaker.
BLU Studio G Plus HD
This new device is to be the upgraded version of the BLU Studio G HD that features a display screen of 5” 720 pixels, MediaTek MT6737 processor, coupled with RAM of 1GB and 8GB of built-in storage.
Based on the FCC certification, the BLU Studio G Plus HD version features dual SIM card slots, a microSD card reader, 3G support, FM radio, 802.11b/g/n WiFi, Bluetooth. Also present is a modest battery of 2500mAh that powers the MediaTek quad-core processor MT6580A.
There has been no confirmation yet from BLU, but we urge you to take this information lightly as we will bring more info when it surfaces.