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Three months after Microsoft officially announced the Windows 10 Mobile upgrade, BLU Products has revealed that the update is now available for more of its Windows Phone 8.1 devices.
Three months after Microsoft officially announced the start of its Windows 10 Mobile upgrades for (some) older Windows phones, BLU has now made the update available for its Win HD LTE X150e in India.
Amidst news that no devices would be upgraded to Windows 10 Mobile unless on the list of handsets that Microsoft provided, Blu has provided its own list, which does mention one additional device.
Microsoft continued to sell the BLU Win JR LTE as upgradable to Windows 10 even after confirming that it wouldn't be able to - but while Microsoft later deleted that reference, BLU hasn't yet done so.
Along with various other promotions, Microsoft has cut the price of the BLU Win HD LTE Windows phone, which is now available for just $109 on its Store - but it's available elsewhere for even less.
The Windows Phone 8.1 powered Win HD LTE smartphone from BLU, which will be upgraded to Windows 10 Mobile soon, is currently selling for just $89.99 and the offer will be available only for today.
If you're on the lookout for a cheap Windows Phone that packs a punch, then Amazon may have a tasty deal for you with the BLU Win HD 5" Windows 8.1 smartphone, upgradeable to 10.
Numerous handsets not yet supported by Windows 10 Mobile were able to install the latest preview build, causing issues on these devices that a 'dedicated team' at Microsoft is now working to repair.
BLU has launched its Win JR LTE and Win HD LTE in Europe, priced from just £69/€99; and in India, starting at Rs.5,999. Both devices include 4G, dual-SIM support, and the latest Snapdragon 410 CPUs.
Not all handsets will get Update 2, but more devices are starting to receive it, and the latest is the BLU Win HD LTE, which the company has confirmed will also be upgraded to Windows 10 Mobile.
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Blu has shown off its two new Windows Phones - the $89 Win JR and $179 Win HD - in official videos. Check out their specs and see them in action, to find out what they offer for their low price tags.
Blu is the latest brand to launch a Windows Phone, the Win JR, which is now on sale for just $89 off-contract, featuring a 4-inch display, front and rear cameras and quad-core 1.2GHz Snapdragon 200.
Microsoft revealed a number of handsets on the way from its Windows Phone partners today, including the oddly named Yezz Billy 4.7, which is just 7.2mm-thick, and some very colourful phones from Blu.
After announcing nine new manufacturers for Windows Phone in February, and another two OEMs at BUILD last month, Microsoft has added two more companies to its list of Windows Phone hardware partners.