Nougat-Powered Bluboo D1 with Dual Rear and Front Cameras
2017 is not halfway yet, but it has seen the launch of numerous Dual camera (front or rear) smartphones from various brands. Chinese device maker, Bluboo has joined the hype with the launch of the Bluboo D1 with two front Sony camera sensors and two rear ones also from Sony.
PS: Alcatel also has the Flash (2017) with Helio X20 CPU and Four cameras – Dual 13MP Rear cameras and Dual (8MP + 5MP) Front cameras.
The Bluboo D1 has a rear placed 8MP + 2MP cameras with Dual LED flash and a front facing 5MP + 0.3MP (VGA) cameras with a magical selfie softlight. While the secondary cameras provide depth of field effect; both cameras combine to render appealing images with professional level Bokeh effect.
Pre-installed with Android 7.0 Nougat OS, the D1 sports an all metal body build, 5-inch (1280 x 720 pixels) HD IPS JDI display with 2.5D curved glass, fingerprint sensor (rear), Dual SIM slots (Dual Standby) and a lasting 2600mAh battery. It relies on a 1.5GHz quad-core processor paired with 2GB of RAM.
Internal storage stands at 16GB and the microSD card slot is on hand for expansion up to 256GB. The LED notification light sits just below the navigation ba and different colours can be pre-set for different type of messages. At the moment, pricing info is a bit sketchy, however, Black, Blue and Gold are the available colour options.