Doogee were planning to launch the Doogee X5 for $49.99, however that low-cost phone doesn’t have LTE until you pay more and opt for the Pro version of the phone.
The latest Bluboo XFire though will cost around $60 (around 399 Yuan) once launched, and ship with LTE as standard.
Bluboo have confirmed that they are building the Xfire around a 46bit Mediatek MT6735 chipset, but have not gone in to any details about the rest of the specification and tell us that details will be revealed in due time.
Also this year we can expect to see the launch of the very promising Bluboo Xtouch, a flagship smartphone with fingerprint scanner, 4GB RAM and a powerful Mediatek Helio X10 chipset.
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No physical nor virtual button
Greater than 77% screen / body rate, greater than most others
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