Bluboo is a small China based smartphone manufacturer is known for making affordable devices. The company recently announced an entry-level smartphone called as Bluboo Xfire that is priced at mere $90. Now, the company is planning to launch the successor of Xfire called as Xfire Pro with high-end specifications at an affordable price. The main highlight of the Bluboo Xfire Pro is it features a seamless polycarbonate unibody design with almost invisible bezels giving the smartphone a premium and stylish look.
The Xfire Pro flaunts a 5-inch (1920 x 1080 pixels) OnCell IPS display and comes powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 808 64-bit hexa-core processor coupled with 3GB RAM. It is the same hardware seen in the recently launched Xiaomi Mi4c that is already available for purchase in Chinese markets for $200.
The device has 16GB of internal storage with microSD card support for expansion upto 64GB. It sports a 13MP rear camera with OV13860 sensor, dual LED flash, the same camera sensor used in the rear camera of OnePlus 2. On the front there is a 5MP shooter for video calling and selfie clicks. The 4G capable device includes other essential features like Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, GPS and a microUSB port.
The device comes backed by 3000mAh non-removable battery and runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop out of the box. The Bluboo Xfire Pro is priced at $169.99 and will be launched officially about two months later though no exact date has been given. Considering the specs, the Xfire Pro surely has the potential to be a Xiaomi Mi4c killer at that price.