BLU Life Max Review: There are two issues you want to know about BLU Life Max: it has a nice battery life, and it’s low cost.
For some, that will be reason sufficient to think about a buy, especially as it does also include a 5.5” screen, fingerprint sensor and dual sim functionality. However, as with any budget device, you’ll have to be willing to make some rather massive compromises to make that low price.
This is the Life Max, let’s see when the trade-off makes sense for you and your pockets. READ MORE: Razer Blade Stealth Review
Display Size: 5.5 inches
OS: Android OS, v6.0 (Marshmallow)
Internal Storage: 16 GB, 2 GB RAM
Rear Camera: 8MP
Front Camera: 5MP
Battery Life: Li-Po 3700 mAh battery
The Life Max options a no-frills, budget-friendly build. It has a massive 5.5” screen, no bodily home button, and blackish dark blue color scheme. One factor about the design that we don’t like so much is the crazy positioning of just about everything. It’s all topsy-turvy among the microUSB port on the top of the device and volume rockers on the right above the power button.
That IPS LCD screen is also fairly average. At 5.5”, it gives you plenty of real-estate for many tasks and it’s fairly bright too. At 720p (720×1280), it’s not as crisp as many others, though you need to look closely to tell.
The Life Max has an Android 6.0 Marshmallow installed out of the box. One good factor about BLU’s phones is their lack of bloatware or unwanted customizations.
Hardware and Performance
What will also describe your media experience are the speakers, and these leave something to be wanted. The odd placement of the USB indicates that the re’s loads of space for the two speakers along the bottom.
Talking of games and efficiency in general, the Life Max is certainly no powerhouse. Processing is taken care of by a quad-core 1.3GHz CPU with a primary 2GB of RAM. Graphics are controlled by the Mali-T720 GPU, which is a popular selection for budget phones getting out of China.
The camera is usually one of the first casualties of cheaper phones, and sadly, the Life Max doesn’t do enough to buck this trend. Right here you get an 8MP rear shooter and 5MP selfie camera.
The battery is where issues get a little more interesting, as the Life Max sports a very impressive 3,700mAh battery. This puts it forward of even BLU’s higher-end offerings, such as the Vivo 6, or much more demanding phones just like the Galaxy S7.
WLAN: Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Direct, Hotspot
Bluetooth: v4.1, A2DP, LE
GPS: Yes, with A-GPS
Sensors: Fingerprint (rear-mounted), Accelerometer, proximity
As a phone that’s available for a greatly pocket-friendly price, it would be unfair to compare the Life Max to flagship devices that price hundreds of. The query we should be asking is whether it’s good worth for cash and the answer to that must be yes. At such a low price, you really can not go wrong, and when you think about the large battery, fingerprint sensor, and dual SIM slot, you’re getting more than the bare minimum here. READ MORE: The Best Desktop Computers of 2020
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