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Things are about to get a little more interesting in the unlocked phone space. BLU Products on Thursday announced a new partnership with Foxconn...
There are plenty of options to choose from when it comes to buying unlocked phones. Here are some retailers and outlets worth exploring for your next phone.
Shopping for an unlocked phone on a budget? If you're working with $150-$250 budget, you might want to consider one of these models.
Shopping for a cheap unlocked phone? You're in luck. Here are five of the best models you can get your hands on as of today.
Blu's latest entry-level phones, the VIVO X5 and VIVO XL5, run Android 9 and feature an impressive set of specs. But, are they worth the low cost?
With leading tech and promises of software support, we go hands-on with the Bold N1. How does the new brand do with its initial offering? Here's our review.
Unlocked phone maker Blu spins its brand off to create the Bold line of premium flagship and flagship-like devices. Its first effort is the $250 N1.
The Vivo X5 and Blu Vivo XL5 are the latest unlocked smartphones from Blu and feature mid-range hardware with entry-level prices.
The Blu G9 Pro takes the standard model and pushes the envelope in a number of areas, including the screen resolution, camera, and battery.
The G9 is the latest unlocked smartphone from Blu and features a 6.3-inch display. Powered by Android 9 Pie, it offers a lot of bang for the buck.
The Blu G9 is the latest from the the unlocked smartphone manufacturer. It features a large screen, generous battery, and modern design. Here's our review.
As the first Blu phone to run Android 9 Pie Go edition, the Vivo Go is unlocked and works with AT&T, T-Mobile, and other GSM-based service providers.
The Vivo XL4 is the latest unlocked phone from Blu, and it features a large display with a generous 4,000mAh battery. It's priced to move, too.
The Blu Vivo XL3 is a refresh which comes a little more than one year after its predecessor and brings about a host of tweaks. As the first in the company's portfolio to run Android 8.0 Oreo, it's a low cost affair for GSM users.
New research reveals that low-end smartphones sold in developing markets come with apps that are said to be secretly collecting users' data.