BLU Life Pure rocks with some splendid hardware, but we can’t say the same for its software
BLU Life Pure lacks a real launcher and home screens
BLU has finally started gaining the popularity it deserves especially after releasing some pretty decent mid-range devices for indeed affordable prices. Recently, the company also started bidding on a higher ground after launching the BLU Life Pure that offers splendid mid to high-end hardware capabilities and fortunately, the smartphone has gathered lots of interest in the tech world. In fact, the device features a powerful 1.5GHz quad-core CPU under the hood paired with 2GB of RAM. The 5-incher sports 1920×1080 pixels of resolution and offers 32GB built-in storage, though unfortunately this one isn’t expandable. Furthermore, the smartphone rocks a 13-megapixel main snapper with autofocus, LED flash and 1080p video support paired with 5-megapixel front-facing camera. In the meantime, the handset is fuelled by a 2020mAh battery and runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean flavoured with BLU UI. We just find a very good video that reviews the BLU Life Pure and that would be handy in case you’re considering buying a unit for yourself. In fact, the video shows the handset as almost a flagship device, however there are few things that could make the model fall short of other budget-friendly off-contract offers out there.
The video runs through the key specs of the device and gives a full review of the brilliant design and the camera performance. When the reviewer moves to the software, however, there are some interesting aspects we need to pay attention to. In fact, unlike other devices by the company, the BLU Life Pure lacks a real launcher and home screens. Those who have already gotten used to Android smartphones would find the software of Life Pure a little bit disconcerting in terms of experience. This might be considered the model’s biggest low. Other features are also discussed, and unfortunately there isn’t much positive to say about them either. The video also points out the low battery life and the lack of LTE support. In all, it’s a splendid phone, but the software capabilities might really do this one a bad favour.
Source: PhoneDog YouTube