Bluboo S2 price

Bluboo S2 – smartphone with an interesting camera on WMC 2018


At the exhibition MWC 2018 came manufacturers from all over the world. Chinese manufacturers were also quite a lot. The company Bluboo brought to Spain a model Bluboo S2, which stands out by a rotating camera.

By itself, the rotating camera is not a novelty. This solution has already been offered by several smartphones, including Huawei ShotX, which could also be bought in our country. But still, these cameras are extremely rare, so every time they catch your eye. The last smartphone that offers a mobile camera is Bluboo S2.

At first glance, the device resembles the Xiaomi Mi Mix and Xiaomi Mi Mix 2, since its display is shifted to the top as much as possible, and the frames on the sides are very narrow. The lower frame is a bit wider, and theoretically, the manufacturer could have placed the camera on it, but somehow decided not to. Instead, it uses a rotatable camera, which simultaneously serves as the main and front camera.

Bluboo S2

Want to know the exact characteristics of Bluboo S2?

Bluboo used here a lens with a resolution of 21 megapixels, so that most customers should be satisfied (by the principle: the more megapixels, the better the photo). The manufacturer assures that the mechanism is very durable and durable – without any malfunction can be turned a hundred thousand times. In addition, the Bluboo S2 is also equipped with a 6 inch display Sharp, a ratio of 18: 9 (2: 1) and Full HD +, that is 2160 × 1080 pixels, and their density is 402 ppi. There is also a fingerprint scanner that is located on the back of the device. The smartphone runs an Android 8.1 Oreo operating system and is powered by a non-removable 4300 mAh battery.

Bluboo no longer reports any information about the Bluboo S2, the device is likely to go on sale in just a few weeks. I’m very interested in what other components it has, and how much it will be necessary to pay for it. Who knows, maybe this model will become a new Chinese hit? What do you think? I have little faith in this.

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