Blu Life One X () Quick Review: The Perfect Balance Between Price And Performance
By Cameron Summerson
Back in January of , Blu released what I then called my "favorite Blu phone to date"—the Life One X. At the time, it was a solid budget phone, but affordable smartphones have come so far since then. The last year or so has been great for the budget phone scene, and we've watched devices get more and more powerful while prices kept dropping.Today, Blu announced the new version of the Life One X, and guess what? It's probably the best budget device I've ever used. One might even say it's probably "my favorite Blu phone to date," save for maybe the new Pure XL. But we're also talking about a phone that costs less than half of what the PXL costs, too.Here's a look at what's under the One X's hood:
|Display||inch x IPS Display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3|
|Processor||GHz octa-core Meditek w/ Mali T GPU|
|Camera||13MP rear, 5MP front|
|Storage||16GB w/ microSD card slot|
|Wireless||3G - ///; 4G: 2/4/7/12/17; Bluetooth ; Wi-Fi b/g/n|
|Dimensions||x x mm|
|Price||$99 for first three days of availability, $ after that|
I'll just get this out of the way early: I think this is one of the best-looking devices ever released by Blu. The edge of the display has this awesome bevel that looks and feels great, and really leads to a much higher-end appearance than you'd normally see on a phone at this price point. I really like it.
The rest of the phone follows that same sort of look and feel, with a nice aluminum band around the sides and a textured removable back. If I had to pick a weakest link in the phone's overall design, it would probably be the back because it looks cheaper than the rest of the phone. I think it's the texture.
Otherwise, this is a very typical phone. Power and volume are on the right side, the microUSB charging port is on the bottom, and the headphone jack is on the top. Nothing we've never seen before.
It's also crazy how small this phone feels—it's got a inch display! I can't believe how far we've come in the last couple of years; back in the day most of us thought 5-inch phones were the "perfect size." Now a inch phone feels small. I guess it probably has a lot to do with the fact that I use the Nexus 6 as my daily driver, but more and more often the size of that phone is "normal." I do love using the Life One X, though, because it just feels so nice to use in one hand. I don't have to fumble around or try to "prop" the phone on my pinky so I can reach the back button with my thumb like on the N6. It's a nice change. Makes me miss phones this size being the norm.
Like its predecessor, the new One X has a p display. Of course, back when that phone was released p was the highest res we'd seen on a phone—these days quad HD panels are the flagship-level (and some phones even have 4K now, which is just dumb), making p the p of yesteryear. On a inch panel, though, p is more than enough; it clocks in at some pixels per-inch. When it comes to pixel density, the LOX looks great.
But it's not just the density that makes it look good—the display in general is quite nice. Color balance is good here, with whites looking mostly white (they are slightly gray), dark blacks, and most colors really pop off the display without being overly warm. If you don't like how the display looks out of the box, however, Blu also included a display option called MiraVision that basically allows users to tweak the way the display looks—there are a few presets, like standard and vivid, but there's also a user-defined mode that offers more granular control over the display output (screenshot below, in the software section of the review). For the purposes of this review, however, I kept it on standard, because that just makes more sense.
I may or may not sound like a broken record when it comes to Blu displays, but as usual, this doesn't look like a display on a budget phone.
On the opposite side of the display (read: the back of the phone), you'll find the LOX's 13 MP rear shooter. It's pretty much OK—nothing to write home about, but nothing to really scoff at either. It's not G4, V10, S6, or 6P good (I didn't realize how many letternumber phones names there are till just now, weird), but it's pretty sweet for a phone this affordable. It's not super great indoors, as it's just kind of dull looking. Like most smartphones, it's better outside. Here are some sample shots:
The 5 MP front camera is also pretty much OK. Here I am making some stupid faces to show you how OK it really is:
I caught him trying to steal my Mt. Dew.
There are basically two different Blu software interfaces these days: mostly stock, and the other thing that's not really stock that much. I have no idea what it's called. At this point, though, it doesn't really matter, because the Life One X falls into the former category of being mostly stock. That makes me feel happy.
It's running Android out of the box, and like with most other Blu phones, it's uncertain if it'll ever see anything past that. Looks like I dropped the ball herethe PR clearly says it's slated to get Marshmallow at the end of Q1 Lollipop isn't bad, really, and in fact isn't a whole lot different than Marshmallow—I can easily transition between the two versions of Android without noticing very many differences during every day use. Still, I hope to see this phone get some updates in the future. Really, if Blu only picks a few of the phones released this year to continue supporting, I at least hope this one and the Pure XL make the cut, because they both deserve it. In fact, I kind of liken that duo to the budget versions of the Nexus 5X and 6P, respectively.
That aside, the software on the One X is great. There are a few tweaks here and there in the settings menu, one of which I've never seen on a Blu phone before: the ability to customize the navigation bar. The customizations are very limited as there are only two options—back, home, recent or recent, home, back—but I still think it's neat that they included it.
Otherwise, there are options for various gestures and the like, all of which we've seen before.
On the performance level, the Life One X is pretty on point. It's not blazing fast. It's not going to burn your hand off with its vicious speed. You're not going to be in awe of its incredible quickness and mighty processor. But you know what? It's probably going to do all the stuff you want it to do, and do it well. It's snappy, fluid, and fun to use. I enjoy using it, and I would have no issues using it as my daily driver. I even put it through my hardest test: playing music and using Maps navigation at the same time. It handled it, and didn't make me want to throw it out the window. I call that a win.
If you like benchmarks, I did some of those. I compared it to the Nexus 5 because I feel like that's a fair comparison, but I also had Ryan run the same benches on the Nexus 5X. You know, because reasons. Like the fact that these phones are the same size. And have the same RAM. And because I can.
Anyway, here are the results:
Life One X, Nexus 5, Nexus 5X
So there's that. Numbers rarely tell the entire story, but I know some people like to pretend they do.
The way I see it, the Life One X performs like a boss, especially for the money.
If I had to pick a "best budget phone of ," I'd probably go with the Life One X. While most of Blu's handsets this year have been pretty solid, they've all had those few drawbacks where I had to use phrases like "it would be great if it had…" or "I really wish they would've…" which isn't really the case with the Life One X. It's got a solid processor, enough RAM to do what needs to be done, a very nice display, great form factor, and decent cameras. All for $99 (till December 12th, anyway). It's 85% of the flagship experience at a fourth of the price, which is something that I can get behind.
If you've been mulling over a good second phone, a budget phone for a Christmas gift, or something similar, add this one to your shortlist. Even if you don't end up picking it up for one reason or another, you'd be doing yourself a disservice by not at least considering it. But if you do decide to pick it up, now's the time to do it—getting this phone for $ is a good deal, but getting it for $99 is a killer deal. It'll be that price for the first three days of release, so save yourself a fiddy and pick it up before December 12th.
Alternate title: You Spent $ For A Lollipop Phone And I Feel Bad For Your Son, I Spent $99 And Got A Blu Life One
MIAMI, Dec. 10, /PRNewswire/ -- BLU Products, one of the fastest growing mobile phone manufacturers in the world announced the Life One X as the newest addition to the BLU LIFE series of smartphone devices delivering stunning design and premium build quality with flagship performance. The BLU Life One X was created in an effort to provide the best value of any smartphone available in the market today.
"The Life One X blows the competition out of the water in all measurable features including CPU performance, Graphics, Memory, System, Battery and Web Performance." said Samuel Ohev-Zion CEO of BLU Products "In addition, we are also coming in at a lower price point with better hardware."
Compared to the Moto G 3rd Generation, the BLU Life One X outperforms in every category as detailed in the following chart:
|Test||BLU Life One X||Moto G (3rd Gen)||BLU Outperforms|
|Geekbench 3 Single-Core||+20%|
|Geekbench 3 Multi-Core||2,||1,||+80%|
|Vellamo Chrome Browser||2,||2,||+31%|
|Basemark OS II||+51%|
|Gfx Open Gl High Level||+%|
|Geekbench Battery Test||3,||2,||+28%|
Some companies bring a new phone or two to CES. BLU is bringing 7 this year. The company just announced more than half a dozen budget Android phones with prices starting as low as $
They should be available in the US in late January, and all the phones will ship with Android KitKat, although BLU says Android Lollipop will be available for most models through a future software update.
All of the phones also support GSM networks with HSPA+ support (although some models support 42 Mbps speeds while others top out at 21 Mbps). Update: Blu tells me the Life One and One XL models with Qualcomm chips will also support 4G LTE.
BLU Vivo Air
This model sports a inch, x pixel Super AMOLED display, a Mediatek MTK octa-core processor, 1GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage.
The phone has an 8MP rear camera, a 5MP front camera, a mAh battery, and Android software.
The BLU Vivo Air comes in white or gold and sells for $
BLU Studio Energy
The standout feature for this $ smartphone is the battery: it has a mAh battery for up to 52 hours of talk time.
Other specs look a bit less exciting, including 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, a microSD card slot, a 5 inch, x pixel display and a MediaTek MTK quad-core processor.
BLU will offer the Studio Energy in white, gray, blue, or gold.
BLU Life One (2nd gen)
This phone features a 5 inch display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon quad-core processor, a p IPS display, and a 13MP rear camera as well as a 5MP front-facing camera.
It feautres 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, a microSD card reader, and a mAh battery.
The Life One will be available in gray, white, blue or gold with a suggested price of $
BLU Life One XL
Take all the features mentioned above, cram them into a device with a bigger inch screen, add a mAh battery, and youve got the BLU Life XL.
It sells for just $20 more than the 5 inch version of the phone.
Unfortunately this phone will have the same screen resolution as the smaller model.
BLU Studio X
BLU sells low-cost phones, but some are lower-cost than others. The Studio X has a starting price of just $ for a model with dual SIM support.
You kind of get what you pay for though. The phone has pretty modest specs including an 8MP rear camera, 2MP front camera, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage (plus a microSD card slot), and MediaTek MTK quad-core processor.
It has a 5 inch, p display, a mAh battery, and comes in black, white, blue, or pink.
BLU Studio X Plus
For $ you can get a model with a larger inch display and a mAh battery.
Other specs are pretty much the same for this camera.
BLU Studio G
The cheapest of BLUs new phones is the $89 Studio G. This model has a MediaTek MT quad-core processor, just MB of RAM, and 4GB of storage.
It features a 5 inch, x pixel display, a microSD card slot, and a mAh battery. The phone has a 5MP rear camera and a 2MP front camera and itll be available in black, white, pink, or gold.
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BLU Products is an American company, headquartered in Miami. BLU rebrands low-cost mobile phones manufactured by ODMs such as QiKU, Gionee, Doogee and Tinno Mobile.
The name BLU stands for Bold Like Us.
BLU Products, founded by Samuel Ohev-Zion, was among the first Latin-owned mobile phone manufacturer aimed at a Latin population. It became the fastest-growing mobile phone provider in the region, announcing its presence at CTIA Wireless 
BLU products are present throughout Latin America, Central America, the United States, and all of the Caribbean. BLU sold 70, units in its first year in , and rapidly became the leading mobile device brand in Latin America, selling million units the following year. In Aruba, Digicel introduced in September a low-cost BLU Android cellphone for the local market, going for only Afl.9 (approximately US$6) with a post-paid plan. In May , BLU became the official shirt sponsor of Spanish football club Valencia CF.
- C series High-end devices, powered by a GHz Quad-Core processor for ultimate multitasking with high-definition resolution, 8MP sensor front camera and Portrait Mode, and 4,mAh long lasting battery.
- Advance Series: Low-end devices, most of which have a " screen.
- Dash Series: Low and mid-ranged devices. In , the Dash series was released and started at a $50 dollar price point.
- Energy Series: Mid and high-end devices. Phones in this series generally have a bigger battery compared to the Studio series.
- Grand Series Low end devices. Phones in this series are similar to the Dash Series, Usually with MT processors, Phones in this Series are generally bigger though.
- Life Series: High-end devices. New phones will include fingerprint sensors, 2K screens and higher range phone processors.
- Neo Series: Low to Mid-Ranged Devices, most phones in this series are generally bigger than Inches except some phones like the BLU Neo
- Tank Xtreme Series: Devices with water and dust resistance.
- Touchbook Series Low end devices. These devices are different than the other BLU Devices, as they are tablets with Sim-cards, not phones, also they use Mediatek Processors.
- Pure Series: BLU's highest-end devices. The BLU Pure XR, released in August , is known for having a 3D Touch display.
- R Series Amazon partnered with BLU in releasing the R1HD starting at $50, with Amazon Prime.
- S Series: The BLU S1, released in September , was BLU's first phone to be compatible with Sprint and other CDMA carriers.
- Studio Series: First released in
- BLU Studio X (and X plus ( inches)): Comes with Android and is upgradable to lollipop.
- BLU Studio G: Lowest-end studio-series phone
- Studio Series: Mid and high-end devices. Phones in this series often support 4G HSPA and some, LTE. They are known for durability. Battery life ranges from low to medium depending on the specific model.
- Vivo Series: Mid and high-end devices. The Vivo was dubbed as the world's first dual SIM smartphone with Super AMOLED Plus screen
BLU's feature phones have the bar or flip form factors.
In August , BlackBerry Limited filed a lawsuit against BLU for allegedly infringing 15 patents.
In November , security firm Kryptowire detected pre-loaded remote surveillance software on BLU phones sold online through Amazon and Best Buy. In August , Engadget reported that Amazon pulled BLU Products from its website over security vulnerabilities that resulted in BLU consumer user data being covertly sent to China. One month later, Amazon reinstated sales of BLU devices on their website.CNET reported, "[Shanghai Adups Technology] Having access to the command and control channel -- a communications route between your device and a server -- allowed Adups to execute commands as if it's the user, meaning it could also install apps, take screenshots, record the screen, make calls and wipe devices without needing permission." Even after Adups publicly reported the spyware to be a mistake, kryptowire discovered that the same vulnerability was still being utilized, except in a more covert manner. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) subsequently investigated the widely reported consumer privacy exploitation that was attributed to BLU. In April , the FTC disclosed that their agency had reached a settlement with BLU where it alleged that "BLU misled consumers and put their personal data at risk." A few months later, the FTC officially concluded that BLU "deceived consumers about the disclosure of their personal information" and believed BLU "violated the Federal Trade Commission Act." In September , BLU was ordered to be legally bound to specific stipulations to settle their legal misconduct. The settlement with the FTC required BLU's security practices to be thoroughly and regularly analyzed for the following 20 years by an independent 3rd party security monitoring entity. It also required BLU to develop and maintain a "comprehensive security program" designed for both "new and existing" BLU devices.
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Full List of Blu Phone Models
BLU Phones is a mobile phone designer and manufacturer founded in This American company is currently headquartered in Miami, Florida. The BLU name is actually an acronym for “Bold Like Us”. They focus on marketing low-priced phones as with their low budget when it comes to ads.
The company was founded by Samuel Ohey-Zion, a businessman and entrepreneur from Brazil. They first introduced themselves to the public at the CTIA Wireless convention in
The phones are designed primarily in the US but are manufactured in China. In , they decided to move their manufacturing plant to Brazil to draw near to new markets.
Their target markets, moreover, are usually people with low income who need phones as a daily necessity. They are selling units inside the USA, China, in Western Europe. In addition, they also sell units in Costa Rica and Brazil where income is usually low.
As of today, a little over 30 million BLU phones have already been sold in up to 40 countries across all continents. Matter-of-factly, 50% of the phones sold in Central America are all BLU phones. Due to their very affordable phones, the brand got really popular in low income countries like Trinidad and Tobago, Aruba, and Brazil.
Image source: gsmarena.com
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Software-wise, BLU phones are running in Android and Windows OS. Their Android units include the series Dash, Vivo, Life, Touchbook, Pure, Specialty, and Studio. The Dash series are their lower cost phones, the Studio series are their mid to high-end phones, and the Vivo series are their high-end phones.
Some Android phones from BLU include the Blu Studio X, and the Blu Studio G.
In June , BLU released two smartphones inside the US, namely the BLU LIFE 8 XL and the BLU Life One. Two months after, BLU released two more, the Win HD LTE, and the Win Jr. LTE in Europe and India.
Here is the complete list of all BLU phone models:
|Blu Vivo 5R||Blu Studio G2|
|Blu Pure XR||Blu Studio M LTE|
|Blu Studio G HD LTE||Blu Studio C 8+8|
|Blu Studio C 8+8 LTE||Blu Energy Diamond|
|Blu Diamond M||Blu Energy M|
|Blu Neo X LTE||Blu R1 HD|
|Blu Grand HD||Blu Energy Diamond Mini|
|Blu Neo X Mini||Blu Dash ()|
|Blu Studio Touch||Blu Touch Book M7|
|Blu Dash L2||Blu Energy XL|
|Blu Neo XL||Blu Studio Selfie 2|
|Blu Energy JR||Blu Neo X|
|Blu Advance L2||Blu Studio X8 HD|
|Blu Dash X2||Blu Dash M2|
|Blu Studio One Plus||Blu Studio X Mini|
|Blu Energy X LTE||Blu Life Mark|
|Blu Studio One||Blu Life XL|
|Blu Dash X Plus LTE||Blu Studio HD|
|Blu Neo X Plus||Blu Energy X 2|
|Blu Studio M HD||Blu Studio G HD|
|Blu Studio C HD||Blu Vivo XL|
|Blu Vivo 5||Blu Life One X ()|
|Blu Studio G Plus||Blu Dash X LTE|
|Blu Dash L||Blu Studio LTE|
|Blu Studio G LTE||Blu Dash M|
|Blu Studio Energy 2||Blu Dash X Plus|
|Blu Dash X||Blu Energy X|
|Blu Vivo Air LTE||Blu Pure XL|
|Blu Studio XL||Blu Life X8|
|Blu Texting 2 GO||Blu EZ2Go|
|Blu Kick||Blu Touchbook G7|
|Blu Slim TV||Blu Brilliant|
|Blu TV2Go Lite||Blu TV2Go|
|Blu Disco2GO II||Blu Click|
|Blu Samba Q||Blu Deejay|
|Blu Speed||Blu Tango|
|Blu Ultra||Blu Smart|
|Blu Tattoo||Blu Samba Mini|
|Blu Samba||Blu Flash|
|Blu Cubo||Blu Deejay II|
|Blu Tattoo TV||Blu Bar Q|
|Blu Diesel 3G||Blu Lindy|
|Blu Touch||Blu Swing|
|Blu Magic||Blu Samba JR|
|Blu Deejay Touch||Blu Samba Elite|
|Blu Deejay Flip||Blu Tattoo Mini|
|Blu Studio II||Blu Vivo Selfie|
|Blu Studio C Super Camera||Blu Energy X Plus|
|Blu Studio C 5 + 5 LTE||Blu Studio C 5 + 5|
|Blu Studio C||Blu Life 8 XL|
|Blu Advance L||Blu Studio C|
|Blu Life One ()||Blu Win HD LTE|
|Blu Life One XL||Blu Selfie|
|Blu Studio Energy||Blu Studio G|
|Blu Studio X Plus||Blu Win JR LTE|
|Blu Vivo Air||Blu Studio X|
|Blu Studio HD LTE||Blu Studio Mini LTE|
|Blu Studio||Blu Life View|
|Blu Studio LTE||Blu Deco Pro|
|Blu Spark||Blu Deco XT|
|Blu Deco Mini||Blu Deco|
|Blu Neo||Blu Electro|
|Blu Neo XT||Blu Neo Pro|
|Blu Tank||Blu Touch Book|
|Blu Studio||Blu Jenny|
|Blu Hero||Blu Vivo|
|Blu Jenny TV||Blu Dash|
|Blu Dash||Blu Elite|
|Blu Touch Book Lite||Blu Touch Book Plus|
|Blu Touch Book||Blu Vivo HD|
|Blu Brooklyn||Blu Dash|
|Blu Dash||Blu Hero II|
|Blu Quattro||Blu Quattro HD|
|Blu Life Play||Blu Quattro HD|
|Blu Life One||Blu Studio II|
|Blu Diva X||Blu Tank|
|Blu Dash Music||Blu Studio S|
|Blu Life View||Blu Tattoo S|
|Blu Diva||Blu Studio|
|Blu Studio S||Blu Dash|
|Blu Dash JR||Blu Amour|
|Blu Zoey||Blu Dash|
|Blu Dash Music JR||Blu Dash Music|
|Blu Sport||Blu Jenny TV|
|Blu Win JR||Blu Dash C Music|
|Blu Life Play Mini||Blu Win HD|
|Blu Studio C HD||Blu Studio C Mini|
|Blu Vivo IV||Blu Studio C|
|Blu Studio CE||Blu Life 8|
|Blu Studio LTE||Blu Life Pure XL|
|Blu Studio HD||Blu Neo|
|Blu Neo||Blu Studio S II|
|Blu Life Pure Mini||Blu Studio E|
|Blu Life One M||Blu Studio S|
|Blu Life One X||Blu Vivo HD|
|Blu Life Play X||Blu Life View Tab|
|Blu Life Pure||Blu Life Play S|
|Blu Studio II||Blu Advance|
|Blu Studio||Blu Life Pro|
|Blu Samba W||Blu Samba TV|
Photos of Blu different types of phones
Image source: gsmarena.com
Official Website of the Company:
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