Checking out the video you can see that as the latest addition to BLUBOO’s dual camera phone lineup, the BLUBOO D1 retains the dual rear camera setup of the previous BLUBOO Dual model. But unlike the horizontally-placed cameras of the Dual, the D1’s cameras are aligned vertically.
You must also notice the metal unibody looks quite appealing. As a rule, phones priced at $60 will sport a plastic unibody rather than a metal one. Well, that’s not the case with the BLUBOO D1. Its back cover is made of aircraft-grade aluminum alloy, coupling with a sleek design, the BLUBOO D1 is indeed a piece of art. It offers not only a pleasant visual treat, but also comfortable grip feeling. In addition, the aviation aluminum alloy features high hardness and anti-corrosion of sweat, making the D1 model more durable.
You could check out the video below. So far we have learned that the BLUBOO D1 will have a quad-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz, 5.0-inch display with HD resolution, selfie softlight, breathing light, rear fingerprint sensor, 2600mAh battery and Android 7.0 as the OS.