BLUBOO has now released a new video which represents the company's official review of one of its latest smartphones, the BLUBOO D5 Pro. BLUBOO is a company that is known for releasing affordable smartphones and the D5 Pro is no exception to the rule considering it is now available to pre-order for $99.99 – following its unveiling earlier in the month.
BLUBOO makes it clear that the D5 Pro has taken inspiration from the likes of the Mi MIX 2 from Xiaomi and in particular when it comes to the display as both phones feature an 18:9 aspect ratio along with an increased level of screen-to-body ratio. As a result, in addition to providing a closer look at its new smartphone and the user interface, as well as a glimpse as to how it performs in benchmarking tests including AnTuTu, the video also at times looks to provide a compare and contrast with the Mi MIX 2. Offering potential buyers the opportunity to better understand how the two phones are similar, and where they are different. The video also spends some time focusing on the camera benefits of the D5 Pro and drawing attention to the device's 13-megapixel rear camera and its 8-megapixel front-facing camera by showcasing various sample photos taken with the smartphone.
As for the rest of the specs and features, the D5 Pro comes loaded with a 5.5-inch display, 3GB RAM, 32GB storage, a MediaTek MT6737 quad-core processor, microSD card support, and is powered by Android 7.0 (Nougat). It also does come equipped with a fingerprint sensor and its unlocking speed is another element that is compared to the Mi MIX 2 in the latest new video. As mentioned the BLUBOO D5 Pro is now available to order for only $99.99 although this is understood to be a limited-time price to coincide with the launch of the phone. As following the initial launch period the price will head north to $129.99 – as this will be its standard retail price. More details on the D5 Pro are available through the link below. The full version of the official review video of the D5 Pro can also be seen below.