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BLU Items Presents New Quattro Sequence of Smart phone Gadgets, Operated by NVIDIA Tegra 3 Cellular Processor

BLU Items, one of the quickest growing cell phone producers in the world, declared the new Quattro Sequence of smartphone devices, all operated by the NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 1.5 GHz quad-core processer with a fifth battery saver primary. The Quattro Sequence will deliver leading smartphone performance with console-quality gaming, amazing graphics, speedy applications and fast multitasking.

Quattro Sequence devices will run onAndroid 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich with a planned update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Connection for all Quattro Sequence devices will include quad-band GSM and penta-band 21Mbps HSPA+, including 1700MHz AWS for the US, as the company tries to take advantage of the increased demand for powerful unlocked mobile phones in the US.

Quattro 4.5 HD

The Quattro 4.5 HD functions a amazing aluminum and glass unibody resulting in an exceptional build quality and luxurious design . Pics and vids come to life with amazing quality and rich, natural color on the amazing Advanced Super View 4.5-inch HD 326ppi show, leading to remarkable watching perspectives and contrast rate, all protected with fabulously rounded the begining resistant Corning® Gorilla® Glass. Additionally, the Quattro 4.5 HD provides excellent image catch excellent even in negative conditions such as low light, no light with an 8 mega-pixel photographic camera presenting an f/2.4 large aperture lens, plus HD videos up to 1080p, along with 16GB storage space and 1GB RAM. The Quattro 4.5 HD will be available the first weeks time of Feb at $349.99 retail store revealed through various sites in the US.

Quattro 4.5

The Quattro 4.5 functions the most affordable price in the industry today for leading quad-core smartphone performance. The Quattro 4.5 includes a 4.5-inch qHD show, 5.0 mega-pixel auto-focus photographic camera, HD videos up to 1080p, along with 4GB storage space, extended up to 32GB with an exterior storage, and 1GB RAM. The Quattro 4.5 will be available the first weeks time of Feb at $249.99 retail store revealed through various sites in the US.

Quattro 5.7 HD

The Quattro 5.7 HD brings together the performance of a tablet with smartphone mobility, outlined by the fascinating 5.7 inches, 1280 x 720 HD show, an 8 mega-pixel photographic camera, plus HD videos up to 1080p, along with 4GB storage space, extended to 32GB with exterior storage, and 1GB RAM. The Quattro 5.7 HD will be available at the end of March at $299.99 retail store revealed through various sites in the US.
Source : BLU Products

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