The Cheapest Fingerprint-Enabled Android Smartphone To Hit Market Soon!

    Fingerprint scanner is one of the most appealing feature in modern smartphone. It is no longer a feature that is only seen in more expensive smartphones.

    Bulboo To Launch Cheapest Fingerprint-Enable Smartphone

    The Chinese firm, Bulboo, claims that their Xfire 2 smartphone could be the world's cheapest fingerprint security enabled smartphone on the market when it launches next month. The company has also borrowed Apples "TouchID" name for the tech to promote the handset.

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    The Bulboo Xfire 2 will be carrying a fingerprint reader on the back. It sports a 5 inch HD display with 2.5D curved glass on top. Well there not much details about the hardware specifications, but, it is expected that the device will carry 1GB of DDR3 RAM and 8GB of internal storage.

    Bulboo To Launch Cheapest Fingerprint-Enable Smartphone

    In the camera department, the will have an 8 megapixel camera on the back with LED flash and a 5 megapixel selfie shooter with LED flash at the front. It packs a 2,150mAh battery.

    The USP of this smartphone is that it will be the cheapest handset to have fingerprint scanner, along with the first ever Android smartphone to support for three SIM card slots. The company is aiming to launch the Xfire 2 later this month, according to GizChina.

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