Official Tear Down Video of BLUBOO S8+

Posted in Nov 27, 2017 in News, no comment

BLUBOO S8+ has been launched out for a while, receiving a wide popularity from customers all around the world. Today, the company released an official tear-down video of BLUBOO S8+, which reveals more secrets inside this beautiful full-screen phone.

BLUBOO S8+

As shown in the video, most of the individual components like the battery with 36000mAh capacity, the Sony dual rear camera setup, fingerprint scanner and motherboard are exposed to your eyes. All this components are tightly structured together under well arrangement. It is clear for customers to know how are things going inside the phone. Also, the skilled tech guy even assemble all components right back after. Which should help demonstrate how easy it is to repair or replace the basic parts of this model.

Having announced before, the S8+ model gets upgraded on five elements compares with its sibling. If you get one on your hand, you will find that it adopts a larger screen of 6.0 inch, a stronger memory of 4G RAM+64 ROM, a bigger battery of 3600mAH, a camera setup with higher resolution of 16.0MP+3.0MP, and a better optimized system, 360 OS 2.0. To be sure, no matter the good appearance features 18:9 aspect ratio display or the cost-efficient price, it’s a good phone worth buying and now it’s the right time.

On Gearbest, the promotion ran by BLUBOO can make you get the smartphone at $149.99. There are only 4 days left for you to participate in this global launch promotion, after which the price will go back to $179.99. Action now, you can also get an additional usb cables and an additional type-c adapter.

You can now buy BLUBOO S8+ from Gearbest.com for only $149.99 with free shipping.

BLUBOO S8+

 

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