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Bluboo Launches Xtouch Flagship Smartphone

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Chinese manufacturer Bluboo has finally launched the Xtouch, the company’s latest flagship smartphone.

bluboo-xtouch-launch-01The Xtouch features a slew of high-end features including a CNC unibody with nano molding design that measures only 5.5mm and a 5-inch full HD 1080p IPS display with a high pixel density of 441ppi coupled with a 2.5D arc curved Gorilla Glass 3 suspended glass panel, a 3D mirror back cover.

It’s also equipped with a 13-megapixel f/2.0 aperture Sony IMX214 rear camera with OIS, an 8-megapixel f/2.0 aperture OmniVision front-facing camera, a front fingerprint ID sensor with 360-degree fingerprint identification and 0.3-second fast identification, and a 3-in-1 SIM card tray with dual SIM dual standby support.

bluboo-xtouch-launch-02On the inside, the Xtouch is powered by a MediaTek MT6753 64-bit octa-core processor, 3GB of LPDDR3 RAM, 32GB of internal storage, a 3050mAh battery with MediaTek quick charging support. Connectivity-wise, the Xtouch supports Bluetooth 4.0, dual-band 2.4G/5G Wi-Fi, and an enhanced GPS module.

The Bluboo Xtouch is now available for pre-order for US$179.99 over at several online retailers including It will start shipping on November 11, 2015.

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  • Wolverine

    Flagship handphone with only MediaTek MT6753, really ?

    Why not Mediatek X10 MTK6795 2.2 Ghz ?

    Xiaomi can do with very cheap price, why other china vendor cannot do the same ?

    • Joe

      We can’t compare Xiaomi and local Chinese vendors. Xiaomi is valued at $45 billion now and have the resources to bargain the best price. Bluboo on the other hand is just a local manufacturer with limited resources, probably that’s why its not easy to get hold of the X10 chip for a cheap price.

      What also matters is the target market. Bluboo and other Chinese vendors rely a lot on European customers, so LTE Band 20 support is crucial. MT6753 supports Band 20 while Helio X10 doesn’t. This also could be one of the reasons for going with the decent octa-core MT6753 with worldwide LTE support.

      • rigge

        thanks for the info

      • Chris

        Yes but only because of the fact, that a company is not as big than other companies, there is absolutely no reason to make a “flagship” out of a midrange phone Oo
        How stupid is that

        • Joe

          I agree about the fact that MT6753 isn’t really a flagship chip. But then which company doesn’t brag a bit about their products.

          Apart from the chip, this actually isn’t a mid range phone. Its as much as a flagship as OnePlus or ZTE Axon.
          You get 3GB RAM, Fingerprint ID, 5-inch FHD GG3 Display, 3000mAh+ battery and a slim body. If this doesn’t make a phone flagship, then I don’t know what does.
          Of course you can’t compare this with the Note 5 but then it isn’t mean to compete with it.
          See, they haven’t paid me anything to promote their product, but this is the facts that I see. On paper, the phone’s is a flagship (considering the price segment).
          Still I agree, I was a bit disappointed to see MT6753 on board, but its a decent chip. We have reviewed the M2 Note which runs on MT6753 and the performance was quite good in real life.
          So, considering all these factors, I don’t see why they can go ahead and call the Xtouch a flagship.
          I just hope it performs as well as we think it does on paper.

    • Evgenij Nebotov

      4gb version with x10 was planned for a little later with the “pro”.

      • Steve B

        20MP camera as well i think, though launch date unknown.