fake flash sale. suddenly the link down and no buy button. then viola, all unit gone in 10 minute
Sam.Smythe, 18 Oct 2018If you joined into many forums and actively involved yourself, you already knew it. Even macru... moreI fear that those "tags: as you call them aren't standardized. It's this technically impossible to know what the user really means when he/she uses those tags. You assume it's for sarcasm but it's not written or defined anywhere. Even though that's what a lot of people is going to assume. What would /t, /c, /a, /x, /L mean? I think you get what I mean. Anyway thank you for teaching me this /s.
ProJames, 17 Oct 2018How was I supposed to know that?If you joined into many forums and actively involved yourself, you already knew it. Even macrumors forum had it all when it comes down to expressing your thoughts correctly with tags.
Anonymous, 17 Oct 2018How much is a single bread in your country mate?2CAD for a loaf of bread. Which accounts for under 10 mins of work at minimum wage.
They made thirty billion ( 3,000,000,000,0000) in just ten (10) minutes!! Now they are able to Purchase Samsung and Huawei COMPANIES easily ....
No!, not for Sd450 ...same price with note 5 AI (sd636).. dumb buyer
Anonymous, 16 Oct 2018U live in Zimbabwe?? How is economy, standard of living there??? Man in Zimbabve even a brean cost more than a five trillion and their bank notes have twelve nulls behind the first number.
even though our currency is weak compared to USD, 2m IDR can let you live for a month with basic needs.
ProJames, 17 Oct 2018Geez why everyone takes everything literally? If nobody could afford bread then everyone would... moreQuick tip for not ticking everyone off:
Use "/s" in the very end of your comment. That tag marked your comment as sharp sarcasm and makes almost everyone keep their cool.
Sam.Smythe, 17 Oct 2018I know very well this is a smartphone news and review website but kindly allow me to straighte... moreGeez why everyone takes everything literally? If nobody could afford bread then everyone would be dead. I was being overdramatic on purpose.
Those flash sales are stupid. Most of it is pretty much the internal employees keeping stock for themselves to later sell, or making deals internally with 3rd party resellers.
Just watch, suddenly there will be a ton of 3rd party sellers selling the phone at a markup on the marketplace platforms.
sadh, 17 Oct 2018Before 1990, 1 IDR was valued at USD 1 as well. The president back then was really greedy so h... moreWrong. Back then 1 USD was roughly around 2500 - 3500 IDR. You're correct about everything else, though.
ProJames, 16 Oct 2018No I don't live there. But because of crazy inflation the currency is worth nothing but less. ... moreI know very well this is a smartphone news and review website but kindly allow me to straighten those earlier statements from some clueless users (excluding some phone-related comments):
To say everybody in here cannot afford a bread while you're not even live here sounds more like a derogatory comment rather than sarcasm.
Your sentence implied that every Indonesians are poor while the fact Indonesia has a problem common in almost every countries: a wide gap between the rich and poor.
Speaking of the currency that speaks millions, that's because the crazy inflation happened in late 50s due to extreme politic situations. 60+ years later, Indonesians and (mostly) any humans in this world has been adjusted to seeing that. Maybe you all just some ignorant young people who has no interest whatsoever in history and love to jump into conclusion while writing some baseless yet hurtful sarcasm jokes to other country.
Please, don't do that next time. Have some dignity.
Even the currency is quite bad...but product consumption especially low end gadget is really bestseller there.