Bluboo XFire 2 Review!

$70. What do you usually get for a $70 phone? Cheap, hot garbage. Usually. What’s unusual about this phone is that it looks and feels as good as $600 phones. But, you can’t get everything for just $70. Hey guys, what’s up, Zi Jin here, and this is the extremely cheap Bluboo XFire 2. In this review I tell you the good and the bad of the XFire 2. So keep on watching to find out. 

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Key Specifications
5.0″ 1280×720 IPS Display MTK6580A Quad Core 1.2GHz
1GB Ram, 8GB ROM 8MP + 5MP Camera
Android 5.1 Lollipop GSM 850/900/1800/1900
SIM, MicroSIM, MicroSD WCDMA 850/2100
2150mAh Battery, Fingerprint sensor 135g, 142 x 70 x 7.6mm

Build Quality


Not gonna lie, but from the back this phone looks almost exactly like the Huawei Honor 7, but that’s a compliment, as this phone looks and feels amazing. You have 2.5D curved glass on the front, metal bezels and a metal back. 


It’s pretty compact for a 5″ phone, it’s almost as small as the Galaxy S6, just 1mm thicker. It’s great to hold in one hand and pretty grippy too, despite the metal back. On the front you have 3 capacitive buttons on the bottom but the icons are kind of big, and you have the front camera, LED and notification light.


On the left you have both volume and power buttons and the right you have the triple SIM slots.

The back of this phone is really pretty and is solid. You have the camera that sticks out from the back, so be careful when putting the phone down. YOu also have the fingerprint sensor and LED Flash. On the top and bottom are plastic strips to help reception.   

The build quality here is not typical of a $70 phone. This phone is solid and relatively compact. The metal body looks and feels like a super expensive phone.
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