BLU Vivo XL2 hits FCC
BLU Products will soon unleash another low-cost handset, according to a recent FCC filing spotted by Phone Scoop. Dubbed BLU Vivo XL2, this is a 5.5-inch Android handset that still has to become official and, unfortunately, all we have for now are a few images and previously leaked information that has not been confirmed yet.
According to the rumors that mentioned this handset so far, the Vivo XL2 features a processor by MediaTek (model not mentioned), a microSD slot, a single main camera on the back - accompanied by a LED flash, of course, all driven by a 3,150 mAh battery. The images that surfaced on FCC show a glossy polycarbonate design with capacitive buttons on the front and a speaker grill on the back, at the bottom.
The original BLU Vivo XL has a price of $149 USD and offers excellent battery life, very good US LTE support, also packing a surprising (for this price range) AMOLED display. Remains to see if its successor will keep the price in the same range, but we will probably see it surface at CES next month.