The Blu R1 HD isn't a very good handset, but for $60 on Amazon Prime, it's a good enough starter phone or backup device.
For the 5.5-inch Blu Vivo XL, low cost is the name of the game.
This Miami-based phone maker launched an inexpensive flagship designed to grab your attention.
The $299 Blu Life View serves up a huge 5.7-inch display, runs on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, is unlocked, and bears dual SIM card slots.
The unlocked $229 Blu Life Play offers Android Jelly Bean on the cheap, but getting the more expensive $299 LG Nexus 4 would be a wiser decision.
As a phone, the National Geographic Talk Abroad Lite is weak, flimsy, and lacks essentials. However, as an emergency travel phone, its light, simple, and affordable build could do the trick for some.
The Blu Tango looks, feels, and acts like a cheap phone. We'd recommend almost any other Android handset, but if you absolutely must have an inexpensive, unlocked GSM smartphone, the Tango is affordable.
Despite its bland and cheap appearance, the Speed has an impressive array of features that belie its affordable price.