The year continues as Mobile phone companies keep up with the release of different devices. The likes of Samsung Galaxy S21, Z flip, Xiaomi Mi 11 and many more are on the lips of many. Guess what; this makes it easy for the shadow men to make counterfeit. And many will fall victim. But surely, you won’t be among because you’re reading the right article, we will be showing you How to avoid buying fake phones in 2021.
Stop the rush and keep calm
A friend of yours just bought the newly released Oppo find X2? Or maybe the Samsung Galaxy Z flip and you’re eager to get one for yourself too? Watch out, there’s fake phones everywhere.
Fake Technology has become rampant, he buys a fake phone today, she buys a fake laptop tomorrow. It’s not new but it’s not loved, that’s why, we want to tell you How to avoid buying fake phones.
It is important to keep in mind that fake Technology, has a strong network, it’s not going away easily (That’s if it’s ever going away). The use of fake products have increased alot in number, same about the number of complaints, same about regrets.
How to avoid buying fake phones
We all know buying of fake tech is no way a good idea, it’s totally bad and unwise. For that, we’ve prepared three things for you to consider while buying a mobile product. You can give that product a ‘Red Card’ if any of these show up reasonably.
Well well, let’s start it this way; A Samsung Galaxy Z flip for sale at N85,000? A Xiaomi Mi 11 at N92,000? No way! These prices are way too low for such products. Extremely low price for a costly Product is a way of telling if it is fake, they might give different reasons why it is so, but be alarmed. Always purchase from well known and trusted vendors for best of results.
Appearance and performance
This very tip aims at revealing to you the importance of getting your hands on that phone, touch it, feel it, explore it before buying it. Fake phones are always made but good news is; such phones can always be detected. A fake phone is likely to have a lighter weight (very likely), so is a laptop and so are many other tech products.
Look at the Logos/badges, you will have the opportunity to turn ‘ON’ the device and use for a while if you’re not buying it online, it will be great. Buying online limits your chance of doing this while increasing that of being tricked into fake phones.
This is a very effective way of knowing the status of your wanted product. Alot of mobile devices are not available in other countries. Look at this, Right (February, 2021), Vivo X60 is only available in China, it can’t be seen anywhere else in the world. Yet, a retailer is selling it to you in Nigeria or Ghana? Oh No! It’s totally scam, that’s definitely a fake product or a dodgy one, it’s there by illegal means.