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SameerS728
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11/21/2016 | 7:23:17 AM
brilliant phone
I purchased Vibe K5 earlier It is a brilliant phone for the price. 3 GB memory handles most of the tasks thrown at it. It can handle most games like Asphalt etc. Dolby Sound is Amazing.... It's a good phone under this price. 
SunitaT0
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2/29/2016 | 1:27:33 AM
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"@DDURBIN1: Agreed. Corporate greed is one of the fundamental reasons why inflation exists and why affordable things are going up in prices and why we are compromising quality for that. Most companies don't understand "society"."

@SachinEE: I agree as well. We aren't developing as a race because we are being held back from utilizing our rights fully, some by the government, other by the companies we believe in. 
SunitaT0
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2/29/2016 | 1:18:58 AM
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"@BrooklynNellie2: The Apple design is copied because it looks supreme and gives a rich look feeling. But not just the Apple iPhone design, the Galaxy S6 design also has been copied by many Chinese companies, and right now you have the Xiaomi MI 5 that looks like the Galaxy S6."

I do think that the designs are "inspired from" the iPhone. But if you see it, there are only so less designs available for a smartphone. I personally think HTC makes the best looking smartphones, but the Galaxy Note 5 looks premium as well.
SunitaT0
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2/29/2016 | 1:15:44 AM
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"The ZTE offers so much for $130. Since most people are accustomed to buying costly phones, these same people question the quality these cheap phones will bring, and although some companies sell really bad phones, ZTE isn't one of them. Here the whole of the South Asian market is waiting for the Xiaomi Redmi 3."

@SachinEE: Most Chinese manufacturers are going for power over looks and they know that suddenly people are more smartphone educated and power matters to them more than looks, however I would like a goodlooking smartphone to be my daily driver.
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2/28/2016 | 2:48:53 AM
Re: Where have I seen this before...?
@BrooklynNellie2: The Apple design is copied because it looks supreme and gives a rich look feeling. But not just the Apple iPhone design, the Galaxy S6 design also has been copied by many Chinese companies, and right now you have the Xiaomi MI 5 that looks like the Galaxy S6.
SachinEE
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2/28/2016 | 2:42:27 AM
Re: Where have I seen this before...?
The ZTE offers so much for $130. Since most people are accustomed to buying costly phones, these same people question the quality these cheap phones will bring, and although some companies sell really bad phones, ZTE isn't one of them. Here the whole of the South Asian market is waiting for the Xiaomi Redmi 3. 
SachinEE
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2/28/2016 | 2:39:24 AM
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@DDURBIN1: Agreed. Corporate greed is one of the fundamental reasons why inflation exists and why affordable things are going up in prices and why we are compromising quality for that. Most companies don't understand "society".
DDURBIN1
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2/26/2016 | 11:30:06 AM
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@Angelfuego, Welcome to the "world economy" first brokered by President Nixon, implemented by Reagan, and executed by Clinton and those that followed.  When countries offer no EPA, no OSHA, no labor laws, no retirement and very little taxes, its not only hard for Americans to complete it is impossible. It's not that "we" like lower prices as those importing would like you to believe as strangely prices don't ever go down.  It's more about corporations putting more in their pockets instead. 
mak63
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2/26/2016 | 1:53:49 AM
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Yep, we seem to share similar ideas regarding how much a good phone is worth.
If I'm not mistaken, the Lenovo's phones won't be sold in the US; which is a pity. I have my eyes on the ZTE Grand X3. Not great, but not bad either for $130
Angelfuego
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2/25/2016 | 2:42:18 PM
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Yes mak63, I agree. $800 phones aren't all that they are cracked up to be. It does look nice and the price is not out of my budget. We seem to share some of the same beliefs when it comes to purchasing phones.
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