Bluboo Picasso to be world’s first blue-light eye-protection featured smartphone

Posted in Jan 26, 2016 in News, Smartphones, no comment

We have noticed that bluboo xfire 2 has started pre-order recently. Along with this new product, bluboo continue to release informations about its other new products, Xwatch and 6 inch smartphone Xtouch plus.



As an entry-level android phone powered by mt6580 soc,Picasso is gonna adopt on-cell technique in the display. Another important feature, bluboo Picasso will adopt the latest blue-light glass, which can reduce the harm to eyes in maximum. Blue light is part of the visible light, it is a short high-energy of wave, able to enter the eye retina. If your eyes appear under blue light for a long time, it can lead an improvement of retinal photoreceptor ability to cause eye fatigue and clock chaos.

The screen of digital electronic products today are mostly using LED screen such as computer monitors, fluorescent lights, mobile phones, digital products, LCD, LED, etc. Manufacturers always want to pursue the brightness and they choose to strengthen blue light intensity. If your eyes stay in the blue-light environment for a long time, that is harmful to your eyes! This is why people’s eyes always feel tired and stabbing pain symptoms after long-time using mobile phone!

Bluboo Picasso latest anti blue-light glass features:
Stop the harm from 420um to 470um high-energy short wave of blue light
The protection ratio is higher than 99% uv
0.1mm thickness
0ptical grade PET material, light transmittan is higher than 90%

The surface of the high-tech nano coating has good hydrophobic oil function, anti fingerprints and grease.
Bluboo Picasso is going to be released on March, 2016!

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