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Should you buy a chinese phone?

Should You Buy A Chinese Smart Phone?
Why you should and shouldn’t buy a Chinese phone.

Should you buy a Chinese phone? You may have asked your self this question when you wanted to buy a new Phone and heard about Chinese smart phone or watched some reviews. In this article I will tell you why you should/shouldn’t buy a Chinese smart phone

By Buying a Chinese Phone you save a lot of money, and get latest performance and specs, now days a lot of Chinese brands are more popular day after day worldwide, such as Oppo, Lenovo, Huawei/Honor, ZTE and Xiaomi and more. You can get a phone like samsung galaxy S7 Or Iphone 7 with half price and same specs.

Those brands are more than samsung and Apple in China, and now days they even competitive the best brands in the world as sells show.

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Why You Should Buy a Chinese smart phone?

First of all, the reputation of  Chinese brands isn’t good in the later years, but since 2013 Chinese brands have started thinking more and more creative and competitive in the world market, and sharing sales worldwide, and now they make more competitive flagship, also cheap phones with good specs to the expensive ones ( like 500$) with great specs, somes are better even then the S7 and Iphones.

Also, most of chinese phone has gives you a dual sim phone so if you have two sim cards there’s no need for buying two phones, you can only have one phone with dual sim function.

Most chinese phones use mediatek processors that comes with 64-bit, with 16 Gb and 2 Gb ram, and sd card support (32 or 64 gb, rarely 128 gb).
In addition , the camera they usually have a 13 mp sony sensor, and for selfie camera 5 mp, also you will find the beauty mode.
Usually the screen is HD or Full HD, you might find also Qhad-HD but you have to pay more.

Finally, Buying a Chinese phone means that you will have a different phone from your friends, none of them will have the same as you.

Why You Shouldn’t Buy a Chinese Smart Phone?

Before buying a Chinese smart phone you have to read this first.

First thing is that most phones are shipped directly from China, so usually you have to wait like 20-30 days if you buy with normal shipping method, otherwise you will pay more for fast shipping and customs, also if you shipped from China you have to pay taxes and customs, it’s the general case, so before buying check your country laws.

Second, If you got a defective phone it may be hard to return, most of sellers say that return fees are on the buyer, but it’s rare when you find a defective phone, and before buying it’s better to buy with paypal so you can refund if they won’t be helpful.

Another thing to consider, check if the phone will work with you carrier, because there are different network frequencies, so check your  network with the phone frequencies.

Conclusion :

Buying a Chinese smart phone may be a good choice you make, for the cheap price, to try new brands and get good specs, but also before buying your phone check reviews, what other buyers says about the phone, check if the brand give a support and updates for bugs, and look for the battery life time and quality.

It’s better if you find a store with a local warehouse so you won’t pay customs, and shipping time will be short and better support.

Buy a chinese smart phone from: Aliexpress


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