BLU R1 Plus gets FCC certification, leaves series of images in wake
For those who might not know just who BLU is, we are happy to be the ones to inform you that they are none other than a smartphone company that is although situated in the United States, makes all of their devices in the country of China and by the time they bring them in to sell in the US, slap very low price tags on them.
When we first saw this exact company launch a device that they called the R1 HD, it was going for just a dollar shy of the $100 mark and when Amazon jumped on it with its own “Prime” programme, it became even cheaper for those who wouldn’t mind the extra ads.
Now, we have heard of the BLU R1 Plus through a certification it received from FCC and wit this one not only comes words of news but also, a lot of interesting images to look at.
While we are not sure if this new BLU device would be exclusive to only Amazon, we are sure that it would have 5 inch of screen and use a MediaTek MT6737V chipset which would be accompanied by a massive 4100mAh battery unit and in all, carry dual SIM support.
Since this one has better specs than the base R1, we expect a little more in terms of price also.
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