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Bluboo will launch Maya Max in July-August with Sony IMX214 sensor & 4200 mAh Battery

09 June 2016 0

Chinese manufacturer Bluboo is planning to expand the Maya series, and adding another model into it named – Bluboo Maya Max. The new phone will probably be announced in July-August. The Maya model is considered the mid-range price flagship camera smartphone.

Now, there’s a new information that goes like, Bluboo Maya is not just one devices, it is series of three devices. Bluboo Maya is the first and the lowest price one, the company will be announcing the second- Bluboo Maya Max soon. And a third one yet unknown and unnamed will be released later on.

You can see the leaked image of Bluboo Maya Max above.

The model Maya Max will be packed with Sony IMX 214 sensor. Well that means the company is really paying attention to the camera performance and intends to deliver a good camera phone. Maya Max definitely could be considered a high-end version with slightly higher range of camera feature for capturing good images. Besides the good camera sensor, it would be packing a 4200 mAh battery, and will run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. This means, we can expect a good battery life from this device. There is nothing else that we know about the device as of now, but we are expecting to collect more with time.

Meanwhile, Bluboo Maya is up for pre-sale event in this month. So you can actually rush and grab a piece for yourself at just $69.99. Additionally, there will be a batch of Bluboo Maya for snap up during the pre-sale event, and that will again be priced at $9.99.


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