BLU made a name for itself as one of those manufacturers able to make extremely affordable smartphones, but without compromising. Currently, they’re expected to launch a completely new handset, known as Vivo XL2 and, like always, we already know how the phone will look and how much processing power will pack.
The specs have been listed at FCC, the regulatory commission in the US, and we found out that it should come with a 5.5″ display, but the resolution is still a mystery. Of course, it’s not hard to guess that it will most likely be full HD considering the size.
The listing confirms that the BLU Vivo XL2 will have a rear camera aided by an LED flash, a feature which the front-facing snapper doesn’t have. Moving on to what’s under the hood, the phone will be powered by a MediaTek-made chip, so expect a pocket-friendly price tag on this. There’s nothing about the amount of RAM or storage capacity, but the phone will definitely come with a microSD card slot.
As for the operating system, there’s no doubt that the BLU Vivo XL2 will come with Android out of the box, but 6.0 Marshmallow instead of Nougat.
BLU’s new smartphone could make its debut in a few days, during the Consumer Electronics Show, when we will definitely find out a few more details about it. As a side note, we’re very curious if this model will have the ADUPS spyware pre-installed, like some of the manufacturer’s phones did.