BLU Life One X - Teléfono móvil de 32 GB, dual SIM
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Descripción del producto
Altura: 143,5 mm
Ancho: 71,6 mm
Auriculares incluidos: Si
Bandas 2G (SIM principal): 850,1900 MHz
Bandas 2G (SIM secundaria): 850,1900 MHz
Bandas 3G soportadas: 850,2100 MHz
Cables incluidos: USB
Capacidad de RAM: 2 GB
Capacidad de ROM: 32768 MB
Capacidad de almacenamiento interno: 32 GB
Capacidad de la tarjeta SIM: SIM doble
Cargador de baterias: Si
Color del producto: Negro, Azul
Correo electrónico: Si
Diagonal de la pantalla: 12,7 cm (5")
Estándares 3G: HSPA
Factor de forma: Barra
Frecuencia del procesador: 1,5 GHz
Funda de transporte: Si
GPS (satélite): No
Grabación de vídeo: Si
Modo de avión: Si
Modos de grabación de vídeo: 1080p
Número de núcleos de procesador: 4
Pantalla táctil: Si
Peso: 133 g
Profundidad: 8,6 mm
Protector de pantalla: Si
Puerto USB: Si
Resolución de la cámara frontal (numérica): 5 MP
Resolución de la cámara trasera (numérica): 12 MP
Resolución de la pantalla: 1920 x 1080 Pixeles
Servicios de mensajes cortos (SMS): Si
Sistema de mensajería multimedia (MMS): Si
Sistema operativo instalado: Android
Tecnología táctil: Multi-touch
Tiempo de hablado (2G): 24 h
Tiempo de suspendido (2G): 750 h
Tipo de cámara frontal: Cámara única
Tipo de pantalla táctil: Capacitiva
Tipo de suscripción: Sin suscripción
Tipo de visualizador: IPS
Versión USB: 2.0
Versión de Bluetooth: 4.0
Versión de sistema operativo: 4.2 Jelly Bean
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The best sentence to sum it up is, you get what you pay for. 13 megapixels in the back, 5 megapixels in the front, a 1080p screen, 32 gigs of storage, and 2 gigs of RAM for under $300, you know there must be some corners cut here and there, if comparable devices form other manufacturers go upwards of $600. And insides made by Mediatek is more then enough proof of that.
Personally it doesn't bother me, as long as I get my phone calls and emails and the occasional time-killing (2D) game to work properly. And it's more than adequate on those fronts. Anything in need of high performance I leave for my Nexus 7 to handle.
So if you're looking for something to go head-to-head with the likes of Samsung, HTC or Sony flagships, look elsewhere, maybe at the dual-SIM versions of those phones. Otherwise, if you don't have any great expectations other than a workhorse for business/travelling, give this a shot.
Handles all apps seamlessly
Clear quality camera
Dual Sim functionality
Comparable to higher priced phones with the same specifications
Calling quality is lacking sometimes. Constantly hearing, "What was that" as a response in multiple conversations.
Phone constantly searches for a second SIM card, but I do use this function. Cannot be manually turned off.
2000 mAh Battery can deplete remarkably fast.
Overall, simply just an amazing phone not just for the price.
Software is an outdated Android 4.2, they promise to update to modern Android for about a year now, but apparently don't want to spend money on the required software work.
PS: 4 months forward, buttons at the bottom no longer work. My worst purchase ever.
Update 6/23/14: Blu has been promising an Android KitKat software update for months and have missed every deadline they set. Today I read an interview on AndroidGuys where the CEO Samuel Ohev-Zion said that if you want the latest operating system (that they had promised) you should sell your old phone and buy a new one with that software. I think that is horrible service.
Its decently priced and has a big bright display. It does offer dual sims although they don't really work. Supports multiple GSM frequencies of 850/900/1800/1900 MHz and HSDPA 900/2100 MHz
I bought this phone because I was impressed with its specs. When I started using it I noticed it lagged anywhere it needed graphics. Even simple video games with 2D graphics would freeze. I downloaded Antutu which is an app that tests all aspects of the phone and tried it out.
I was really surprised to find that the Blu Life One X was slower than a Nexus 4, and even slower than a Samsung Galaxy 3. Basically the Blue One X has better hardware but the older phones work MUCH better. I did some research and found out its because Blu uses cheap memory which perform HORRIBLY. The RAM (where android operating system runs) and flash storage (where pics and apps are stored) run about the same speed as phones that came out 2-3 years ago.
Occasionally when I try to make calls I get a message that says "Call not sent, no valid number entered." and I have to try 3 or 4 times before it will dial through.
The GPS only works about 70% of the time and often takes several minutes to lock. Doing a side by side comparison with Google Maps and Waze using the Blue One X, A Samsung Galaxy 2 and a Nexus 4 the Blue One X was always the last phone to lock into GPS and find streets correct. It often took twice as long as the other phones.
Another issue is that Blu uses a different address book and dialer than the standard android OS. This causes it not to sync well with things like Google Voice or Google address book or Viber
Dual Sims- I have multiple sims cards so I tried out the dual sim feature. Tmobile in the #1 slot and ATT in the number #2 slot. So far I have not been able to dial out at all using ATT when both slots are full. If ATT is the only sim in the phone works fine. Put Tmobile back in and no matter what I try I cannot make calls using ATT.
Data through the dual sims is a bit of a hassle. It takes nine clicks to switch between data services and then you have to wait about 10-15 for the transfer to complete.
Lastly even though Blu promised an Android update months ago, this phone is still running Android 4.2. Blu's CEO was quoted in an interview that if people want the newest version of Android they should buy a new phone.
Summary: Don't buy this phone for the Dual sim, that feature doesn't work. Blu has not updated the phone once as promised and likely won't provide regular updates. The specs are misleading and this phone performs poorly. If you want an inexpensive phone that performs well and gets regular updates there are many better choices (used Samsung Galaxy 3 or Nexus 4 both cost less and are faster, work better, have newer versions of android).