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BLU G90 Pro with MediaTek G90T SoC, quad cameras launched

27 August 2020 0

BLU, the low-cost mobile manufacturer has launched yet another entry-level smartphone in the US. This is BLU G90 Pro, the successor to the BLU G90 that was launched in June this year. Interestingly, the Pro variant is just $50 expensive than the standard variant with a total price tag of $200.

The BLU G90 Pro features a teardrop notch on the display and has four cameras on the back. The camera module is like a vertical strip in shape, carrying three sensors. The remaining one sensor sits with the LED flash outside this module. Interestingly, the fingerprint scanner resides inside the camera module.

The BLU G90 Pro gets MediaTek’s G90T processor, one of the new processors for entry-level gaming phones. The SoC is accompanied by 4GB RAM and 128GB expandable storage. The phone features a 6.5-inch LCD display with 1080x2340 pixels resolution and a 19:9 aspect ratio.

The BLU G90 Pro packs 5,100mAh battery with 18W fast wired charging and 10W wireless charging support. The retail package of the phone also packs an 18W charger that can charge the phone to 50% in just 45 minutes.

Coming to the cameras, the BLU G90 Pro has 48MP primary sensor, an 8MP ultrawide sensor, a 2MP macro cam, and a 2MP depth sensor. For selfies, there is a 32MP shooter. The phone has dual SIM support and it runs Android 10.

The BLU G90 Pro is available in the Purple Haze color option only. The price of the BLU G90 is $199.99 and is available for purchase on Amazon.com. This is the limited price offer, after which it will go up by $50. The retail box also includes a “Gaming Protective Case” for free.



BLU G90 Pro with MediaTek G90T SoC, quad cameras launched
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