Life One, stylish and powerful focused on design, functionality and performance. With a 5.0 ” HD 720p display powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 64-Bit 1.2 GHz Quad-Core processor and Adreno 306 GPU. 13MP Sony IMX135 Sensor main camera with 5MP Front camera for unmatched selfies.

2 thoughts on “BLU Life One 4G LTE Smartphone -GSM Unlocked – Gold

  1. Mark E. "Dad, Geek, and all around decent guy" says:

    Almost Too Good To Be True, But It Is Let me start by saying that I paid actual money for this device unlike some of the reviewers who got theirs for free. So I have nothing to lose by giving a true review of this phone.I’ve owned a lot of phones over the years, but I’ve got to say this one was the best deal on a great phones since “Cellular” companies gave you phones for free. I bought this for my 17 year old, quite frankly because I wouldn’t feel that bad if he lost, broke, or bricked a $149 phone. When the price dropped to $99, it became an even better deal.I’ve kept an eye on BLU phones for a while now, and while they seemed OK, it was clear that almost every one of their models gives something up in the interest of keeping the price low or focusing on a different shiny new object. Either you had to settle for a bad screen, no 4G, certainly no LTE in most cases, or something that was actually important. The Life One really doesn’t seem to do that and has the kind of specs that a…

  2. Amazon Customer says:

    Great value, nice camera, but storage is limited BLU has produced a good low cost entry level 4G LTE phone. There were some sacrifices made by BLU in order to achieve the price, which means this phone is not for everyone.In my opinion this phone is perfect for anyone who does not want to be stuck in and contract and does not plan to install many apps or play more graphic intensive games. The phone is good for using the Internet, taking pictures as long as you are using a microsd card, making phone calls, and a lighter usage of apps.I rated this phone 4 stars. The rating based on the criteria I have listed.I have tested this phone on both at&t and T-Mobile networks. I am including screenshots in my review. Feel free to ask questions in the comments field and I will try to answer them.CONS- Device Storage: This is my biggest CON. The cost difference between 8GB and 16GB NAND Flash is minimal. The company should have gone with 16GB even if they decided to slightly increase the…

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