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Ianubis…
· November 16, 2019
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Do not try to open it at the stitched line or the indented line close to it. Both are decoration. Open it via the groove at the lower right corner. It may seem as if that takes the screen off but it’s really the back cover.
Anton P.
· December 31, 2019
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Yes you can play Roblox with this phone with no problems. My son plays Roblox with this phone frequently and it does not slow down.
Demeatra Hickmon
· March 20, 2020
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I would be careful. This phone supports fewer bands than other Blu phones. Per the specs: GSM Quad Band, 3G: 850/1700/1900, LTE: 2/4/5/12/17(UU).
You can look up country band usage at: www.frequencycheck.com/countries . The Philippines uses LTE: 1/3/5/7/41 so I assume it works for the first responder on Band 5. I … see more
I would be careful. This phone supports fewer bands than other Blu phones. Per the specs: GSM Quad Band, 3G: 850/1700/1900, LTE: 2/4/5/12/17(UU).
You can look up country band usage at: www.frequencycheck.com/countries . The Philippines uses LTE: 1/3/5/7/41 so I assume it works for the first responder on Band 5. I was just in Japan and my older Blu Vivo XL4 worked fine (supports 4G LTE: 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/13/17/28/66 ), while Japan uses: LTE: 1/9/19/21/28, so there is overlap on Bands 1 and 28. I'd check before I would expect the X5 to work in Japan! Can anyone confirm it works in Japan? I thought of buyiing this before I checked this. see less
I would be careful. This phone supports fewer bands than other Blu phones. Per the specs: GSM Quad Band, 3G: 850/1700/1900, LTE: 2/4/5/12/17(UU).
You can look up country band usage at: www.frequencycheck.com/countries . The Philippines uses LTE: 1/3/5/7/41 so I assume it works for the first responder on Band 5. I was just in Japan and my older Blu Vivo XL4 worked fine (supports 4G LTE: 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/13/17/28/66 ), while Japan uses: LTE: 1/9/19/21/28, so there is overlap on Bands 1 and 28. I'd check before I would expect the X5 to work in Japan! Can anyone confirm it works in Japan? I thought of buyiing this before I checked this.

Amazon Customer
· October 12, 2019
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Yes you can
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George
· October 27, 2019
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No it is not compatible with boost mobile. It says right in the description GSM only. Boost Mobile is a cdma network provider based off the Sprint network.
M Gamble
· October 19, 2019
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a poe
· December 9, 2019
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Yes it is a GSM phone. T-Mobile is GSM carrier.
Nicole
· April 21, 2020
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You can use either
Brian Lippoldt
· December 12, 2019
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I’m not sure. Bought it for somebody in Brazil and it did not work with the Nextel provider.
Luis
· November 10, 2019