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The Bold N1’s premium design is sophistication and glamour wrapped in a smartphone. Offering Sandblasted Metal with a Curved Glass Design, the N1 is not only eye-catching but gives the utmost quality allowing users to endure in the luxuries of the device. Available in Midnight Black.

6.4” Full HD+ AMOLED All Screen Display with Corning Gorilla Glass 5; 92% Screen-to-Body Ratio

13MP Selfie Pop-Up Selfie and Dual A.I Camera 16MP+5MP Depth Sensor Rear Camera; 96MP Super Zoom

128GB Internal Memory, 4GB RAM. MicroSD up to 128GB; 2.1GHz Octa-Core Mediatek Helio P70 Processor 64 Bit + A.I technology

In-Display Fingerprint Sensor, Super 3,500mAh Battery 18W Ultra Quick Charger, USB Type-C and Wireless Charging compatible

4G LTE (1/2/3/4/7/8/12/13/17/28) 3G: (850/900/1700/1900/2100): US compatibility Nationwide on all GSM Networks including AT&T, T-Mobile, Cricket, metro PCS, and others. Not compatible with CDMA networks like Verizon, Sprint and Boost mobile)

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  • 5
    A must

    Posted by on Aug 27th 2020

    The best smartphone I ever had. Thank you for this awesome product.

  • 5
    bOLD N1 Xtreme

    Posted by Tiberiu Bădana on Jun 9th 2020

    Blu Bold N1 is the most advanced smartphone in 2020.
    It's a prototype of future (futuristic phone).
    This smartphone combines the useful with the pleasant.
    It's a hybrid phone.
    He is all superlative.

  • 4
    Bold N1

    Posted by JL on Jun 3rd 2020

    This phone is an excellent value. It's display is it's strongest feature. I did side by side with my daughters iphone Xs Max and it is much better as far as color display. The price is unbeatable

    The phone has some drawbacks, they are:
    1. The camera is not so good. Looks like it struggles to focus
    2. The speaker not so loud. It also focuses on the high frequencies. My daughter says everyone voice emphasizes the "S" sound. She thought it was the person's speaking I told her it's the speaker
    3. Does not have NFC. I cannot use google pay.

    Other than these small issues the phone works well and it is perfect for the everyday user. Notice I didn't say anything about gamers? Yes is you want a gaming phone you need to spend more money to get it, but for the rest of us it's ok.

  • 5
    Best buy I ever made.

    Posted by Alexander Thompson on May 15th 2020

    So I can never buy a new phone normally because they are always overpriced but last year when I saw the videos of this phone I decided to get one for myself and at first it had some problems with the fingerprint reader but after an update they fixed it and it works consistently now. I was blown away by the phone in every other aspect because for the price I thought I was going to be getting a plastic phone with some slow internals that would just feel sub par to use. I did not get that instead I got a full glass and metal phone with an amazing screen with very good performance in use. I game on my phone but this thing handled everything smoothly. The one cutback on this phone you'll have to make is that the software for the camera isn't very good but there are camera apps that let you take more in depth control of your camera to actually get really good photos. For the price I think it was the first of its kind in this new market of insanely good 200$ phones and it definitely felt like a flagship. I haven't wanted a new phone since I got this one unless its the Bold N2.

  • 5
    Amazing phone

    Posted by Common on Apr 19th 2020

    This phone has very few draw backs. I used to be that guy who purchased a flagship phone every year or so. Then I started to notice the gap between what I needed and what I wanted was razor thin. So I checked myself and started looking at mid-range phones. That lead me down a path of looking at ALL cell phone ranges. And thank God I did. Because the Bold N1 is an amazing phone. Not only is it an A++ for it's price range but it competes amazingly well above it's weight class. Don't get me wrong. It's not a flagship phone. But what you give up for that extra $800 + in savings is absolutely worth it.
    The screen on the N1 is uninterrupted by a punch hole camera. The front facing camera pops up. Which I wasn't sure about until I started using it. I love it. The extra added security of not having a camera looking at you at all times is great IMO. The screen quality is Amazing for this price too. Just download a night mode screen app. It has one built in but it's too bright for my taste.

    The speed is good. The sound quality isn't fantastic but it's definitely not bad. The head phone jack is great to have too. Build quality is definitely good. Updates for Android apps come as fast as any other phone I've used. I'll have to see if Android 10 drops before the N2 comes out though?

    Things I'd like to see in the next Bold N phone:

    1 - Stereo speakers
    2 - KEEP the pop up camera
    3 - NFC (Google Pay)
    4 - Black matte finish case (Clear always looks like crap after a short time)
    6 - Trade in value for the N1 upon the release of the N2. (You have me as a customer and an advocate. Doing this will absolutely keep me as one)

    I'm anxiously awaiting the new BOLD N phone. And I absolutely recommend getting the N1.

  • 5
    Bluview Cell

    Posted by Tiberiu Bădana on Apr 14th 2020

    The Blu Bold N1 is a smartphone with very interesting options for all facts.

  • 5
    Money well spent

    Posted by Ol'man Steve on Apr 12th 2020

    I've been using this phone for about 4 months. It is a solid Android with nice features like the pop up selfie camera and the full screen without a notch. The only thing I don't care for is the in-screen fingerprint scanner.
    Hope they make a Bold N2!

  • 4
    Bold N1

    Posted by BWin on Apr 4th 2020

    I've owned the Bold N1 since it came out. Overall it's the best price point phone ever. It has a glitch where it reboots in the middle of a call sometimes. I haven't really found it easy to get great pictures. Reasonably good pictures at best. Construction is pretty solid. You could pay up to double for a comparable phone. There's only few few phones that can match this for the money.

  • 4
    It's a good, budget phone

    Posted by Zach on Apr 1st 2020

    The Bold N1 is a great phone at the price it is at. Everything seems relatively responsive, battery life is around standard. Pop up camera is cool, the quality seems iffy on either cameras.

    Switching from my LG35thinQ, I have noticed some differences - granted, the price difference is around 600-700 dollars.

    This phone does NOT have NFC. The wifi hardware doesn't seem as good as my previous phone.

    For the price though, it is a great phone. If you are looking to do general gaming, you should be fine. Keep in mind with graphic intensive games (Blades, Cod mobile, etc) it will stutter and you will have poor performance.




Was: $249.99
Now: $219.99



Was: $249.99
Now: $199.99