BLU Products has officially announced a new smartphone called the VIVO 4.65 HD. This is the successor of the VIVO 4.3 which the company released this year. As compared to the VIVO 4.3, the VIVO 4.65 HD has a larger display and more RAM.
The VIVO 4.65 HD, as the name implies, features a High Definition display that measures 4.65 inches diagonally. Said screen has Super AMOLED technology, which promises to provide “remarkably bright and vivid color reproduction.” On its front, no physical buttons are found, giving the device a “seamless, elegant design.”
Under the hood, the handset runs on a MediaTek MT6577 dual core Cortex A9 CPU with a clock speed of 1.2 GHz. It also comes with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich which is overlaid with a BLU Products skin. Moreover, it packs 1GB of RAM. As for connectivity, the VIVO 4.65 HD supports 3G/HSPA.
In the multimedia department, the smartphone boasts of an 8-megapixel camera with the capability to autofocus and record videos in High Definition.
Fans of dual SIM devices will also be happy to note that the phone supports dual SIM standby. This enables user to receive messages and calls on both SIM cards at the same time, as well as save on expenses when the user selects the more cost-effective services from among two mobile operators. The smartphone is unlocked, as well.
The VIVO 4.65 HD will go on sale in the United States beginning January, for the retail price of $299.99. It will also be released later in Asia and Latin America. BLU Products will be launching more products during the first six months of 2013.
BLU Products may not be a popular name in smartphones, but the company in fact already has a wide range of handsets with various input types to cater to different kinds of consumers. On its website, it offers six Android smartphones and 21 feature phones.