Jake, 21 Mar 2019So at the end is a "insurance company" that charge you their first fee through the phone you b... moreEven more of that, consider that it's a newcomer company with a suspiciosly "Chinese" or "non-Chinese-but-yes-rebadger" (notice the beaten-to-death Helio P23?) background. I'd be a bit afraid to trust their numerous insurances. What if they go bankrupt in two years?
How come big smartphone brands don't put 3D displays on their high-end flagships, like on the Nintendo 3DS or this one?
I would totally buy it if Samsung or Sony made one.
I'd rather buy a 3D display smartphone instead of a foldable one that has that hideous wrinkle in the middle.
yeah, that kind of phones wich look like a generic Vodafone rebranded but with ROKiT logo on it...meh, no thank u.
So at the end is a "insurance company" that charge you their first fee through the phone you buy. LOL
Imagine "the small letter" in the contract when you buy the alleged phone.... If you choose the $40 one and you die we will send your family bunch of flowers with condolences and a vessel for your ashes. If you buy the most expensive one $300 our lawers will study the case and try to avoid the indemnization, but calm, the burial will be covered with a nice plastic coffin or you can be incinerated as you prefer. ^^