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The smartphone that wants to restore its ornament - and preserve the environment

Teracube is a reasonably priced intermediate device that purports to provide a system No unnecessary extras and cheap and easy-to-repair options - just like the smartphones of yesteryear

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Keep the smartphone you have purchased for more than two years equivalent to environmental protection? It's a statement from a small, modest venture that purports to find a niche for itself in the world of smart devices packed with Teracube - designed and designed to serve consumers for at least four years, as opposed to the trend of modern turnover.

On Teracube you'll find a 6.2-inch IPS screen with a 2,280 × 1,080 pixel front bezel (which can be "hidden" via the software interface, if you want) and a Gorilla Glass family protective cover, Mediatek octagonal Helio P60, dynamic 6GB memory, 128GB built-in storage expandable for an additional 256GB with microSD card, dual back-up camera with 12-megapixel primary unit and 5-megapixel secondary unit - and system Pie with no additions or changes compared to the original AOSP version with update planning for 10 over the next few months.

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The Teracube offers dual-channel Wi-Fi 802.11ac connectivity, Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, Built-in NFC, headphone slot, USB Type-C connector and 3,400mAh battery with some 10 watts basic charging - at $ 250 which includes a 4-year security and security update and XNUMX-year warranty with replacement of And fracture repairs. This responsibility is what makes the Teracube unique, and is designed to allow it to survive for a longer period of time than many other intermediate models.

The Teracube has all the nice little extras you expect to see on a smart device - a bit of a shame that when it comes to battery capacity and charging capabilities it is lagging behind
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Teracube has accumulated NIS 420,000 in Indiegogo mass funding during 2019, and now Continues to be marketed through the platform With the promise of delivery of devices starting this month - at $ 250 plus $ 10 for shipping to Israel. Flashing or gimmick with no future? Feel free to tell us what you think in the comments.

It is still unclear how the generous warranty framework will work outside of Teracube, USA
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