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Bluebo Mobile releases the octa-core bluboo X2 overseas

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    Bluebo Mobile recently released a new phone in stores overseas called the Bluboo X2.


    The Bluboo X2 is available in black and pink. The slender phone has a width of only 8mm. The problem lies in the main camera which stands out. For those who are OCD over smoothness, this is “bad news.”



    One of the best things about the Bluboo X2 is that it runs on the MT6592 octa-core chipset with a main frequency of 1.7GHz. It also has 1GB RAM and 16GB ROM, a 5-inch screen with 720p resolution, and uses OGS technology. It also has a 2mP/8mP dual-camera, and a battery which only has 1700mhA. Surprisingly, the X2 has an NFC feature and can communicate with other NFC phones among other things. It also supports WCDMA+GSM double-SIM.


    The Bluboo X2 is being sold abroad for about 150 USD (about 900 RMB) and there are no plans to sell it in the Chinese market for now.


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