Cheap Cell Phones – BLU Advance 5.0 – Unlocked Dual Sim Smartphone

October 21, 2016 - Comment

The quality of all smartphones has improved so much in the last couple of years. Cheap cell phones like the BLU Advance 5.0 unlocked dual sim smartphone can do it all. And it can do it all for a very affordable price. Get a quality phone without breaking the bank every time. Product Features Of

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The quality of all smartphones has improved so much in the last couple of years. Cheap cell phones like the BLU Advance 5.0 unlocked dual sim smartphone can do it all. And it can do it all for a very affordable price. Get a quality phone without breaking the bank every time.

Product Features Of The BLU 5.0 Smartphone 

This is an unlocked dual SIM smartphone that runs with Android System 5.1 Loolipop. Get going right out of the box that contains the phone, manual charger, USB Cable and battery.

Here are some of the specs:

LED flash with a 5.0″ IPS display, 5 Mega Pixel main camera and a 2 MP camera also with LED flash. Plenty of room to grow with a 4GB internal memory and 76 MB RAM. It also has a micro SD up to 64 GB.

Seriously, why pay more? This is a great phone with specs to get it all done at an affordable price. The phones are not made cheap……just the price.

GSM Quad band 4G HSPA+ (850/1700/1900): US compatibility Nationwide on all GSM Networks including AT&T, T-Mobile, Cricket, MetroPCS, Straight Talk, Pure Talk USA and others.

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Comments

Christine says:

Does what a typical Android phone does but for half the price! After reading all the reviews about this phone over & over again and weighing my options, I finally purchased the phone and was able to receive it that same day. I had low expectations, assuming that it would have very low quality screen & horrible resolution, horrible camera quality & little to next to none storage — BUT… when I did a thorough look at the phone it was a very nice decent Android. I assume that the screen would feel like plastic but it’s GLASS, nice smooth touch to it. (Since it was hard glass, I quickly ordered a tempered glass screen for protection.) The back cover had a great texture almost imitating leather with a rubber feel to it. I purchased the phone in the color white (It was a nice pure white/clean) so I also bought a case to protect not just the phone itself but the color so that it wouldn’t dull over time. I don’t take pictures much & Im not too big on downloading apps so the storage issue wasn’t bothering me much but I did stick a 16gig SD card in just…

TX_res001 says:

Good viewing angles This phone is a unbelievable value. I’ve had all Iphone products, Samsung, Nexus 6 etc and this phone is not them. However, this phone resets the bar on what the others should be. Will this phone do 99% of what just about every user demands? Dual sims work flawlessly, runs all the apps in the PlayStore. You won’t be able to just install everything your hearts desire, you’ll have to manage storage memory. There is a slot for a up to a 64 gb card for media and apps that allow you to move them to the SD card, but you’ll see that few apps can be moved to SD card anymore (not the phone’s fault). The screen is not HD or Retna but it’s 100% acceptable. Good viewing angles, clear, bright, etc. I’ve had phones that had poor displays and you couldn’t see the screen if you tilted the phone, this is not the case with this phone. Battery life is really really good. I run dual sims (work/personal) and I’m 60% when I go to bed. Build quality is much better than I expected, very solid…

Amazon Customer says:

Storage capability lost entirely in two months, can’t return In two months, for reasons I don’t understand I stopped being able to put anything on the device. I bought a 64 gig sd card, set the default storage location to be the SD card, and it didn’t even recognize it as a storage device. So I bought a 32 gig from another company, didn’t work. I put an old 8 gig in there and I can’t download the app that tells you what’s eating all of your space up.So in two months I wasted 70$ on this phone, just outside of my ability to return.

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