Blu Launches Budget Vivo 8L With A 20 MP Selfie Camera

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The Vivo 8L carries support for reverse charging which means its massive battery can be used for charging other devices.

If you are looking for selfie centered smartphone in the Indian market, you can consider Android handsets from OPPO and Vivo. It is protected by a slightly curved Gorilla Glass 3.

The MediaTek MT6753 chipset powers the Vivo 8L along with 3 GB of RAM. Blu has given more importance to the selfie camera.

The smartphone has an internal memory of 32GB that can be expanded by up to 64GB via microSD card. The Vivo 8 includes MediaTek MT6755 SoC (Helio P10), 4 GB of RAM, 64 GB of storage and microSD card slot. The selfie snapper of the Vivo 8L can receive 4x amount of light for awesome portrait shots and there are 7 beautification presets for selfie videos.

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Back Vivo 8L is equipped with a 13-Megapixel sensor Sony IMX258 with f/2.0 aperture, phase and laser autofocus. In addition to a wide angle lens, LED flash and F/2.0 aperture, that selfie juggernaut also boasts "enhanced face beautification software" and "smart scene picture detection". One of its highlight features is its front-facing camera, which is a 20-megapixel "Super Selfie" camera.

The Vivo 8L is preinstalled with Android 7.0 Nougat. As far as dimensions are concerned, the Vivo 8L measures 150.5 xx 74.4 x 8.0mm and its weight is 161 grams. Talking about its multimedia department, the Blu Vivo 8L comes with powerful speakers with MAXXAudio technology support that delivers an impressive theatre-like sound experience to the users. It will be available on for the incredible price of $149.99. The phone comes with a 4,000 mAh battery with quick charge.

Launching the company's first ever phone technically made to work with Sprint's CDMA network in addition to GSM carriers was an important milestone for BLU Products, even though the S1 doesn't exactly provide a lot of bang for your buck.