Remember last week’s article about Amazon pulling out all Blu Smartphones from their retail site due to cybersecurity threats? Well, not anymore.
Every single Blu handset is back after the Miami-based Android company confirmed in a statement that there has been “no breach or issue of any kind with any of its devices.”
The issue began when researchers from Kryptowire revealed that all phones from Blu still contained spying software from a Chinese company, which then prompted Amazon to suspend all sales, including the Prime-Exclusive Blu R1 HD.
After feeling a little blue (sorry, I just had to ☺) for a couple of days, the company happily announced on its official Twitter account that all Blu devices are now back up for sale on Amazon and called the whole fiasco a “false alarm.”
Blu may not be as popular as other brands like Samsung or Apple but its devices ranked well on Amazon’s Best Selling Unlocked Cellphones.
#15: BLU Advance ($69.99)
If you want to save more on your next Android smartphone, you might want to check out Amazon’s Prime Exclusive Phones that offer deep discounts on brands like Nokia, Motorola and Alcatel.