Barely a week after BLU Products introduced its line of Tegra-3 powered Quattro smartphones, the company’s next two Android offerings are set to enter the U.S. market, the BLU Studio 5.3 II and the Tank 4.5.
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.