Bluboo Maya Max Design, Hardware, Camera, Battery Review
We know Bluboo launched its phablet the Bluboo Maya Max with a 6″ display and at an extremely affordable price. The phone is up for pre-order now and is priced quite low compared to the features its offering. If you are curious about the phone and want to know more in detail continue reading as we take a tour of the phone in some useful aspects with respect to the consumer
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The BluBoo Maya Max has a familiar look, if you look at it from the back it resembles the RN3 and new K5 Note. On the it has a metallic build and has a dotted pattern above and below on the plastic parts made for better reception. In between we have the 13MP camera and dual LED flash below it, and below that the Micro Array Fingerprint sensor, the back is given a brushed aluminium design and curved to fit in your hands perfectly. On the front we have a 6″ screen with 2.5D curved glass plus its nearly bezelless giving it a great elevation. To mention particularly we have a dedicated mute button on the device which is always a plus. The power button and volume buttons are on one side and the sim slot on other side, below we have 2 speaker grills and a USB Type-C. The 6000 series aluminium makes sure its corrosion proof, strong and sturdy. Overall the device looks great and also feels great to handle.
The device is packed with great specifications, to begin with it has an Octa core MediaTek MTK6750 64 -bit processor clocked at 1.5Ghz paired with a Mali-T860 GPU. The main feature of the phone is the big 6″ HD 1280 x 720 LCD JDI screen with a 2.5D curved glass over the top and dual layer technology. It featues a 3GB RAM + 32GB storage which is further expandable with a micro sd card. The phone also has an ultra fast finger print from MicroArray. It has a USB- Type C slot for fast charging and faster data transfer speeds.
Coming to the camera department the phone has a Sony IMX214 sensor of 13 MP and f20 aperture size on the back with fast focus and various software features, and a 5.0 MP(which can be Interpolated to behave as an 8.0MP sensor) selfie cam with wide angle selfies of upto 88 degree. The sensor has 6P lens giving you a focus adjustment of varying distance and the camera takes decent sharp, crispy images plus bright selfies with beauty adjustments.
The phone has a 6″ screen giving it a space for large battery which you will get definitely, here you have a whopping Sony 4200mAh Li-polymer battery with a custom Quick charge tech and 4.37V Battery Core. According Bluboo the battery is capable of delivering 11hrs of Internet surfing, 46 hrs Talktime, 52hrs Music Playback. The battery is surely humongous in capacity a nd given an HD LCD panel plus a lower power consuming CPU, the phone should last upto 2 days on a full charge on average usage and 1.5 Days on heavy usage.
Other than above features the phone has a speacial dedicated DAC and amplifier form NXP giving you a HiFi system and great for AudioPhiles. The phones comes with Android 6.0 out of the box. You also get Dual sims with 4G VoLTE feature. The phones is available in 2 color namely Gray and Gold,The Bluboo Maya Max phablet is priced at $177 and you get it on a presale here.