The latest BLUBOO D1 is among the most affordable smartphones with dual cameras in the market at the moment. It’s still in a very nascent stage, with only a few days passed since its launch on 24th April. The device does look like one you would want from the outside, but how does it look on the inside? If that’s what you’d been wondering, we’ve got you a video with detailed disassembly of the phone exposing all the innards.
Before getting to the video, let’s quickly breeze through main specifications, the D1 has 5.0-inch display with HD resolution, quad-core MT6580A processor, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB of storage expandable up to 256 GB, dual rear cameras (8.0MP + 2.0MP combo), 5.0MP front-facing shooter with softlight LED flash, metal unibody, rear fingerprint scanner, dual SIM + microSD slots, 2600mAh battery and Android 7.0 Nougat as the OS.
Move to the video, a skilled tester will show you the innards of the D1 model in detail. Aside from that, you’ll get some idea about the build and quality of the build itself. You could find that the internal space structure is quite compact and all the components are well-placed. Through it looks fairly simple for the skilled technician to get the phone apart, please do not try this at home. Check out the video yourself to see the full teardown:
Currently, the BLUBOO D1 is still available in presale for merely $69.99 price, and you can also get lucky in the BLUBOO official giveaway for free samples. The presale will expire soon on May 7th, so you’d better move fast if interested. You can find all details about the sales and giveaways by clicking here.