This $269 Android phone is guaranteed to last at least 4 years – CNET

This $269 Android phone is guaranteed to last at least 4 years – CNET


Teracube

How often do you have to replace tend to be your cell phone? If you’re upgrading every year, you almost certainly have money to throw away. Of course, sometimes this is unavoidable, since the phones wear out, especially the battery. But what if you have a phone that was guaranteed to be had, for the last four years, and you could have any repair for a flat rate of only $39? This is the Teracube, a phone, want it for at least four years. Now you can access to the Teracube, full, for $269 from ZDNet Academy. That’s $80 off the usual price (and you can use it year-about $67 a, if you hold the phone for a full four years).

The Teracube was a Kickstarter to a more sustainable phone, and while the hardware itself is not-so-ethically sourced and sustainable as originally planned, the phone is earth-friendly because it comes with a full four-year warranty. All of the factory defects are covered, and if you need to ship it, Teracube pays for two way shipping. If you break the phone, do not worry: All repairs are a flat $39. This includes replacing the battery, if it starts to tire after a few years of use.

Speaking of battery, it is all-day-capable at 3,400 mAh. The phone is based on a MediaTek-P60 octa-core processor and has 128 GB of memory. It runs on Android-9. The 6.2-inch screen (with 2,280×1,080-pixel-resolution) is made of Gorilla glass, and you get dual 12 -, and 5 – megapixel cameras on the back and an 8-megapixel camera. Oh-it also has a headphone Jack.

The phone is unlocked and compatible with most GSM carriers, including AT&T, T-Mobile, MetroPCS, Cricket and other (but not Verizon or Sprint).

If you are looking for a phone, you can depend to know about the next presidential election cycle that in the worst case, you can repair a smashed screen or battery for the price of a decent dinner, the Teracube has your back. 

Released on Tue, 28. Apr 2020 20:27:00 +0000

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