Chinese smartphone maker Bluboo in collaboration with Aircel is foraying into the Indian smartphone market with the launch of entry-level smartphone XFire.

The new phone boasts internal hardware, which are on par with popular Xiaomi Redmi 2 and Motorola Moto E (2 Gen). It has Android 5.1 Lollipop OS, MediaTek quad-core SoC (System on Chip), decent 8MP rear-side camera and a high-capacity 2,750 mAh battery, which is capable of powering the device for the whole day under mixed usage mode.

If priced aggressively anywhere between Rs 4,500 and Rs 5,500, the new Bluboo device has the potential to give them a good run for their money.

Let's check out Bluboo XFire.

  • (BluBoo Front-side) It comes with 5.0-inch qHD resolution screen and also feature front-camera to the top left corner, single grille speaker in the centre and sensor to the right sideIBTimes India/Rohit KVN
  • (Bluboo XFire rear-side) It flaunts circular primary camera module on top in the center with single LED flash below. Further down, we see the company's name engraved vertically. And at the bottom, the phone houses second speaker-grille to provide rich audio out-put.IBTimes India/Rohit KVN
  • (Bluboo XFire right-side bezel) It measures 9.3 mm in thickness and features Volume rockers (Up and Down) and below the company has placed the power button.IBTimes India/Rohit KVN
  • (Bluboo XFire Top Bezel) It houses 3.1 Audio jack to the left corner with USB v2.0 port on the right sideIBTimes India/Rohit KVN
  • (Bluboo XFire Bottom Edge). The company has strategically placed second mic at the bottom so that the voice of the user can be communited to the other person on the phone.IBTimes India/Rohit KVN
  • (Bluboo XFire Primary camera). It comes packed with 8.0-megapixel camera with LED flash on the rear-side.IBTimes India/Rohit KVN
  • (Bluboo XFire front-camera close-up). Bluboo XFire houses decent 5.0-megapixel snapper on the front side, which is certain to please selfie enthusiastsIBTimes India/Rohit KVN
  • (Bluboo XFire Interface). The new Bluboo XFire runs on the Android 5.1 Lollipop OS. The custom skin does not contain annoying bloatware we see in other phones, so all-in-all XFire owners will have pleasant user-experience on the deviceIBTimes India/Rohit KVN