BLU Vivo XL Smartphone – 5.5″ 4G LTE – GSM Unlocked – Solid Gold

November 19, 2016 - Comment

Introducing BLU Vivo XL the new member of the Vivo Series available in liquid Gold, chrome Silver, midnight Blue and Rose Gold Related

Introducing BLU Vivo XL the new member of the Vivo Series available in liquid Gold, chrome Silver, midnight Blue and Rose Gold

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Dhornbeck says:

Blu Vivo XL vs. Life One X – A battle between two great phones for their price tags. **Update 2-19-16** Just uploaded a comparison of the Vivo XL with the Honor 5X. Check out that review under the reviews for the Honor 5X.The Blu Vivo XL may be the best budget phone you can buy. Like the Blu Life One X, it is a lot of phone for the price. I have both, and here is my comparison of the two phones.First, both phones have nearly identical internals. The processor is the same, both have 16gb of storage with micro SD expansion, both have a 13 megapixel camera on the back and 5 megapixel camera on the front, both are dual SIM, and they both have 2gb of RAM.Here is where they differ. The Life One X (LOX) comes with a 5.2” 1080p LCD screen, while the Vivo XL (VOX) comes with a 5.5” 720p Super AMOLED screen. Which is better? I would probably say that the LOX gets the win here. The VXL has a more color vibrant screen, but the LOX screen shows more detail and the colors are more realistic. The difference in screen quality…

jmboldosser says:

Amazing Quality at an Incredible Price Wow! I’m coming from two, previous BLU phones, and a number of mid-range phones before those. This is by far the best phone I’ve owned. The 2GB of ram have a huge impact on its performance. I have yet to experience any lag whatsoever. The screen is near perfect. The phone is incredibly light. Call quality is great. Even the indicator lights seem perfect. My previous phone, the Studio X Plus pales in comparison. The GPS signal on this phone is amazing, with zero navigation issues or drops. The one and only downside I can find is that the Android home, back, and recent buttons don’t light up. This doesn’t really matter much as the bottom bezel is very thin and you can hit the buttons without even looking once you have memorized where they are. The power and volume rockers, on the right side, are tight and require little push to engage. The iphone like control panel is swiped up from the bottom, which makes sense as it contributes to a truly one-handed device, especially given its size…

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