bluebo-b6000-mtk6589tUnless one slipped under Gizbeat’s nose, this is the the first 720p MTK6589T phone to be released. What’s that mean? Most users won’t notice a difference unless they game In fact, the average user who doesn’t game may not even notice a difference between MTK6575 and MTK6589T. However, for those of you who are gamers, this may be a great option. The MTK6589T has ramped CPU and GPU compared to standard MTK6589 and a 720p LCD which means half the pixels of the 1080p offerings, so you should see significantly better frame rates with taxing 3D games.

The Bluebo B6000 has a 5.8″ LCD, which depending on your tastes could be great, or could be a negative. Great for gaming, but maybe not so conducive to carrying around in your pocket.

An added bonus is the 8GB internal storage and 850MHz WCDMA which will allow SOME Americans on AT&T or AT&T MVNOs to have 3G.

First 720p MTK6589T Bluebo B6000! http://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/bluebo-b6000-mtk6589t-450x364.jpghttp://www.gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/bluebo-b6000-mtk6589t-150x150.jpg Damian Parsons BlueboMTK6589TNoteworthyPreviews
Unless one slipped under Gizbeat's nose, this is the the first 720p MTK6589T phone to be released. What's that mean? Most users won't notice a difference unless they game In fact, the average user who doesn't game may not even notice a difference between MTK6575 and MTK6589T. However, for...
<img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-2192" alt="bluebo-b6000-mtk6589t" src="http://gizbeat.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/bluebo-b6000-mtk6589t.jpg" width="468" height="379" />Unless one slipped under Gizbeat's nose, this is the the first 720p MTK6589T phone to be released. What's that mean? Most users won't notice a difference unless they game In fact, the average user who doesn't game may not even notice a difference between MTK6575 and MTK6589T.<span id="more-2191"></span> However, for those of you who are gamers, this may be a great option. The<a title="New MTK6589T vs MTK6589 vs MTK6589M!" href="http://gizbeat.com/2137/new-mtk6589t-vs-mtk6589-vs-mtk6589m/"> MTK6589T has ramped CPU and GPU </a>compared to standard MTK6589 and a 720p LCD which means half the pixels of the 1080p offerings, so you should see significantly better frame rates with taxing 3D games. The Bluebo B6000 has a 5.8" LCD, which depending on your tastes could be great, or could be a negative. Great for gaming, but maybe not so conducive to carrying around in your pocket. An added bonus is the 8GB internal storage and 850MHz WCDMA which will allow SOME Americans on AT&T or AT&T MVNOs to have 3G.

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