BLU Products, the US based company that specialize in delivering high-quality devices for cheap, added today a new phone to their line-up, meet the BLU Studio C. Featuring pretty powerful specs as for a budget device, the phone comes unlocked with a 3,000 mAh battery and Android 5.0 Lollipop. It appears to be a really competitive offering, especially when we consider its extremely low price tag of 99 bucks.
BLU Studio C Android smartphone for cheap with huge battery and dual-sim support
Said to combine a great design and high-quality user experience the BLU Studio C comes equipped with a 5-inch 720p display and a 1.3GHz quad-cote processor delivered by Mediatek. Sporting two SIM card slots, the handset seems to be a handy business companion, especially for all those of us who often travel abroad.
RAM and ROM capabilities are represented by 1GB RAM and 64GB of expandable via microSD cards native storage. What’s more thanks to the massive 3,000 mAh battery the phone’s users for sure will enjoy long hours of work and entertainment.
On the optics side the BLU Studio C offers its future users a decent 8MP rear camera with autofocus and LED flash that is additionally accompanied by a 2.0MP front-facing shooter. Moreover, the main camera is also capable to record full HD 1080p videos.
Sold unlocked the Studio C works on every GSM network nationwide, enabling its buyers to choose a proper for them service plan from any carrier they wish, including T-Mobile, AT&T, Metro PCS, Cricket Wireless, Tracfone, Go Smart, Simple Mobile, Net 10, Straight Talk, Ultra Mobile, Telcel America, H20 Wireless, Red Pocket, and Walmart Family Mobile.
The BLU Studio C has already hit Amazon offer labeled with the price tag of $99. It is available in a variety of color options, including Ceramic White, Salmon Pink, Sun Orange Mint Green and Sandstone Black. However, before making a purchase decision, note that the handset sports support only for 3G network, which means that you won’t be able to take advantage of the ultra-fast 4G LTE connectivity. Still, the fact that the Studio C lacks LTE shouldn’t be considered a deal-breaker since its tempting price appears to compensate this downside.