BLUBOO has just announced that its BLUBOO D2 handset will become available for pre-order starting tomorrow, December 12. In addition to that, the company has announced that the BLUBOO D2 will also be a part of the company's '12.12 Discount Carnival'. In addition to the BLUBOO D2, the company's BLUBOO S8 Plus handset will also be available at a lower price tag, just in case you're interested.
Having said that, let's get back to the BLUBOO D2, shall we. The BLUBOO D2 is the company's budget phone, its regular price tag stands at $69.99, and starting tomorrow, you'll be able to get it for only $49.99. Do keep in mind that this sale will last until December 18 (limited to 3,000 units), just in case you're interested. In addition to this discount, the company will also give you a case, a screen protector and a ring holder which you can snap on the back of the BLUBOO D2. The BLUBOO D2 comes with a dual camera setup on its back, while a fingerprint scanner can be found on its front side. The BLUBOO D2 sports a 5.2-inch HD (1280 x 720) display, while it comes with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. An 8-megapixel snapper is placed on both the front and back sides of this handset, while a 3,300mAh non-removable battery is also a part of this package. The phone comes with two SIM card slots, while it is fueled by the MediaTek MT6580A 64-bit quad-core processor. This handset offers 3G connectivity, and a 3.5mm headphone jack is included in the package.
Now, as far as the BLUBOO S8 Plus is concerned, you will be able to grab it for only $149.99 from December 12 to December 18, which means it will be $74.99 more affordable than usual. The BLUBOO S8 Plus is considerably more powerful than the BLUBOO D2, it sports relatively thin bezels, while it comes with an 18:9 display aspect ratio as well. The phone sports a rear-facing fingerprint scanner, and a dual camera setup on the back. In addition to that, you're getting 4GB of RAM and 64GB of native storage here, and the phone is fueled by the MediaTek's MT6750T 64-bit octa-core processor.