- Analysis by KJ David
A spinoff of the BLU C6 that comes with almost exactly the same pros and cons, save for some noticeable differences physique-wise, the 2019 BLU C6L's entry-level specs include a mundane 1.4GHz quad-core processor coupled with an ungenerous 1GB-only RAM . Given those low-key hardware components, though, BLU made the right choice by infusing this model with the Android 8.1 Oreo Go Edition OS , plugging it into Phonerated's list of budget-friendly Android Go smartphones.
Android Go, by the way, is essentially a stripped-down version of the Android ecosystem consisting of re-imagined essential applications dedicated to conserving phone storage and mobile data allocation as well as augmenting the phone's overall performance.
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Going back to its cons, the C6L is significantly heavier than a lot of its dual-SIM rivals, at 203 grams -- many tantamount models weigh only about 150g. Its 5.5-inch HD-720p 267ppi display is far from impressive as well, although some of its BLU cousins offer lower-resolution 540p (qHD) and 480p (FWVGA) displays.
As for its pros, despite sticking to a run-of-the-mill 5-megapixel front-facing camera resolution , the C6L's front-firing LED flash might attract some budget-cautious selfie addicts, especially since not a lot of low-enders offered flash-rigged selfie cams around the time of this data-driven review. On the other hand, its 8-megapixel primary camera, which comes with its own LED flash and captures Full HD videos (1920 x 1080), sounds just about right, at least for a phone within the C6L's price group.
The C6L is loaded with 16GB of native memory expandable by up to 64GB, while a modest 2500mAh battery powers its low-caliber mix of pros and cons. It comes with standard 4G-LTE network compatibility.
Available in Blue, Gold, and Black, this entry-level BLU model targets first-time Android users or those looking for an inexpensive essentials-only smartphone.
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