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Would you recommend this product?
1 Review5.0/5
Mighty Alex
Product designer
Nothing new, these are all over Aliexpress long time ago and much cheeper (around $15). I got this one for my father and it works fine: https://www.aliexpress.com/item/...
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Chema
Founder @yclascom @openclassifieds
@mightyalex can I give you unlimited upvotes?
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Mighty Alex
Product designer
@deambulando Haha. I haven't really had time to test it, but as far as I know it's great for making calls and it has the not at all necessary features such as MP3 (2GB), FM Radio and can be used as a bluetooth speaker.
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Chema
Founder @yclascom @openclassifieds
@mightyalex just for the FM radio is worth the money! thanks.
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@deambulando @mightyalex do you know if those phones work in the US and do they support nano sim (iphone 7)?
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Mighty Alex
Product designer
@deambulando @eric_taylor1 they should, why not, but make sure you check the page on aliexpress for this and for the sim.
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Ryan Hoover
Founder, Product Hunt
This is so cheap, I'm considering buying a bunch as a gift for friends. Nice find, @crashhawk.
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Anirudh Chaturvedi
Hunter
Product@FirstCry.com
@rrhoover thanks!
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Steven Rueter
Developer
If you want to get rid of your smartphone just get rid of it and get a Nokia 3310. They are indestructible, high quality, and get service where even most smartphones don't.
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Anirudh Chaturvedi
Hunter
Product@FirstCry.com
@rueter this could be your backup phone. Can never replace the smartphone. And credit card size makes it super convenient to carry around
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How does one in the US buy one? They only seem available on the India Amazon site.
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Anirudh Chaturvedi
Hunter
Product@FirstCry.com
@mrjmws don't think fox Mini is still selling this outside india. Trying to hunt the maker to get answers to such questions!
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Jack Smith
Previously co-founded Vungle & Shyp
It looks like someone just cloned Light Phone ( https://www.thelightphone.com/ — which Kevin Rose is a fan of) for the Indian market, and the reviews for it on Amazon are not all that re-assuring, saying that the audio quality is terrible. Good to see someone coming in at a lower price-point though, imho $99 (Light Phone price) is too much for something of minimal functionality.
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Anirudh Chaturvedi
Hunter
Product@FirstCry.com
@_jacksmith completely agree! 99 is too high for light phone
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