Bluboo is one of many Chian-based smartphone manufacturer which have been releasing compelling devices lately. This company has released their X550 handset back in April, a smartphone which packs in a huge 5,300mAh battery. The latest rumors claim that Bluboo is also working on the X500 model which will ship with 4GB of RAM and MediaTek’s Helio X10 64-bit octa-core SoC. Well, a new rumor surfaced today, touting a high-end Bluboo device, read on.
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Today’s rumor actually talks about the Bluboo Xtouch handset, which actually looks identical to the Bluboo X500 handset we’ve seen leaked a while back. It is actually possible that the company decided to change the name of Bluboo X500, and go with the Xtouch naming. Anyhow, the Bluboo Xtouch will reportedly sport a 5-inch Sapphire glass display which should provide more than enough protection for your display. This device will allegedly also feature a fingerprint scanner, which will double as a physical home button you can see in the provided image.
According to the available info, the Xtouch will be powered by MediaTek’s Helio X10 (MT6795) 64-bit octa-core processor and will pack in 4GB of RAM. The 13-megapixel camera (Sony’s IMX214 sensor) will be included on the back of this thing, and the device will also sport a 3,050mAh battery on the inside. The aforementioned 5-inch display will sport a 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution. We still don’t know how much the device will cost, but considering Bluboo’s previous offerings, this thing will be really affordable.
If you take a look at the provided image, you’ll notice that the Bluboo Xtouch actually sports rather sharp edges. The frame of this device seem to be made out of metal, and you also get a good look at the back of this device which resembles some of Oppo’s previous offerings with the pattern on the back. The dual-LED, dual tone flash will also be a part of this package it seems, it is clearly visible below the rear-facing camera sensor. The speaker(s) will be located on the bottom of this device, which is visible on the 2nd image in the gallery down below.