After lots of negative reviews about the Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung started from scratch and came up with a brand new design in the form of Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. With the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge and Galaxy Note 7 they perfected that design. The main highlight of this design was the curved display and the use of glass and metal as the build materials. This premium design soon became very popular and resulted in some healthy sales for Samsung.
While the curved edge design does not add a lot of productivity features it does a great job to make the device pleasing to the eyes. This curved screen design has been since copied by a lot of Chinese brands including Elephone, Xiaomi, Blueboo, and even BlackBerry. The latest ripoff of the Samsung Galaxy S7, the Bluboo Edge even has a heart rate sensor on the back. The only design features that differentiate the Bluboo Edge from the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge is the antenna lines on the back and a rounded camera lens.
Diving into the specs, the Bluboo edge features a 5.5 inches OGS HD display which work even with the gloves on. Below the screen is the physical home button with embedded fingerprint scanner. On the inside, the phone is powered by a quad-core MT6737 processor having a clock speed of 1.3GHz. In the memory department, the phone has 2GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage expandable up to 256GB via a microSD card slot. To fulfill your photography needs there is a 13MP Sony sensor on the back while the front has been gifted with an 8MP selfie shooter.
While this phone is a blatant copy of the Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge, for a price $129 this is a great phone for those who love the Galaxy S7 Edge design but cannot afford it. Below is the official introduction video of the Bluboo Edge which might want to check out.