BLU, one of the fastest growing budget mobile phone providers in the US instead of worlds’, following the footsteps of the Studio 5.3 Gingerbread Phone, now has revealed yet another Android handset in smartphones era.
Calling it “world’s first dual-SIM smartphone with Super AMOLED Plus Display” – dubbed Blu Vivo 4.3 – the phone is company’s first smartphone running Ice Cream Sandwich.
As its name depicts, a 4.3-inch (480 x 800) display dominates the front with a 1.3MP shooter for video calling purposes. Powered by a dual-core Cortex-A9 CPU and MediaTek MT6577 chipset, the Vivo 4.3 features 1GB of RAM and an impressive 8MP rear snapper that offers full HD (1080p) video recording.
There’s also a 1600mAh battery, 4GB of integrated storage and an embedded microSD slot which supports memory expansion. Other feature includes a 3.5mm audio jack for hooking up external speaker systems.
Last but not least, the phone offers Bluetooth 3.0, 3G/HSPA and Wi-Fi connectivity, along with true dual-SIM capability allowing both SIMs to be active and receive calls at the same time.
The company plans on selling the smartphone unlocked (too) in the US next month for $250, while additional availability is “soon to follow” through Latin America and some parts of Asia.
Source – BLU Products