We’ve previously mentioned some of the low off-contract prices that BLU has sold its Android phones for, but that was for fairly low-end hardware. With its new Quattro line of devices, is significantly upping the hardware ante.
Back in September, BLU Products launched the Vivo 4.3, a phone that boasts some good specs and an attractive price. Building on the success of the 4.3, BLU is releasing a bigger variant of the phone, the Vivo 4.65 HD.
The new Blu Dash 3.5 is an entry level Android smartphone that supports dual-SIM cards and will only cost you $99.99 unlocked.
It’s not that often you come across a dual-SIM Android phone in the U.S. that has spacious display and good specs. The special edition Galaxy Note 2, which comes with dual-SIM support, is a great if somewhat expensive option, but its global release hasn’t been confirmed yet. For something less extravagant that doesn’t necessarily scream budget, there’s always the BLU Vivo 4.3.