This Sub 4K Smartphone can drive devices Double its Price to shame

    Bluboo XFire 2 is the latest addition to its affordable smartphone lineup. For unaware, Bluboo is a Chinese OEM that has been making some buzz in the industry thanks to the price to performance ration of their smartphones.

    This Sub 4K Smartphone can drive devices Double its Price to shame

    Fingerprint Sensor are generally limited to smartphone upwards of Rs 10,000. In fact only a few month back, the biometric sensor were limited to only the premium offering from smartphone brands, falling in the price bracket of Rs 45,0000 and above.

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    Bluboo however, seems to turn a blind eye to everything around, as their latest budget device dubbed the Bluboo XFire 2 rear TouchID at a price of just $59.99 (roughly Rs 3,999). Just for comparison smartphone from home grown brand like Micromax, Intex, Lava come with really poor specs. In fact a few come with a RAM as low as 512MB!

    Coming to the specs the Bluboo XFire 2 comes with a 5 inch HD (1280x720p) display with 2.5D Curved Glass. The smartphone is a well-constructed one too, as it comes with an Arc CNC Full Metal body. Under the hood the XFire 2 is powered by a Mediatek 6580 quad core SoC and Mali 400 GPU. There's also 1GB RAM, 8GB internal storage and a memory expansion slot (upto 32GB).

    This Sub 4K Smartphone can drive devices Double its Price to shame

    In terms of cameras the Bluboo XFire 2 comes with a 8MP rear and a 5MP one equipped with a Front Flash. The smartphone however lacks 4G LTE connectivity and is powered by a 2150mAh battery.

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    The Bluboo XFire 2 will come in two variants - Single and Dual SIM - and will start shipping from February itself. It is however, presently available for pre-orders.

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