Latest HTC video shows you how (not) to upgrade your old phone
posted by Florin T. / Oct 29, 2014, 10:54 PM
As you’ll see in the video - embedded below - someone at HTC is helping a Sprint customer upgrading her HTC Evo 4G LTE (an ex-flagship from 2012).
HTC One (M8) - with an all-metal body, BoomSound speakers, and a Duo camera. Still, the final result doesn’t really satisfy the owner of the Evo 4G LTE - we can only assume that she’s not a big fan of steampunk.The upgrade process seems to be heading towards her getting a brand new
The customer eventually chooses to upgrade her handset the classic way: in a store. At the end, HTC says that upgrading is easier than you think, and invites you to visit its official website to check its newest models. You may not even need all the gear presented in the video for upgrading.
Posts: 13; Member since: Oct 02, 2014
What they show is a phone's useful life has reduced from 5 years to 2 years. We actually need a phone but go for the specs and end up buying which is way over our needs. $200-600 every year for a new phone, nice way to milk people's money
posted on Oct 29, 2014, 11:03 PM 4
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The old one is still useful as a phone. But I'm willing to get milked. Ohh yeeeahhH~~~!! http://fc08.deviantart.net/fs7
posted on Oct 29, 2014, 11:10 PM 4
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I always recommend domestic phone because they're cheap, but when my customers willing to pay extra, HTC is My first recommendation
posted on Oct 29, 2014, 11:08 PM 3
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To be honest, I won't buy a phone from a seller like you. You only recommend domestic (China) phones because you're biased to China phones, if your customers willing to pay extra, you recommend them to buy a HTC phone because it's from Taiwan and you think Taiwan is China, China is Taiwan. I can imagine that if people want to buy a phone from you that's not from a Chinese brand, you'll make rubbish excuses like for example: If the person wants to buy a Sony phone, you'll say "No, I don't recommend you that, because I hate Japan". If the person wants to buy a Samsung phone, you'll say "No, I don't recommend you that, because it's an overpriced kimchi crap". (Same goes to LG) If the person wants to buy a Nokia phone, you'll say "No, I don't recommend you that, because it's from European country and I look down on Europeans". All you're trying to do, is to drag people to Chinese brand phones. Even though I like Chinese brand phones, I won't buy phones from you because of your biased attitude. No one likes a biased seller. No offense, but just being honest though.
posted on Oct 29, 2014, 11:20 PM 0
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I dont know the reason why you are a douch, maybe you got dropped on your head as a child, maybe someone smacked you with the douch stick when you werent looking, all i know is your douchy comments give away the fact that you are indeed a douch.
posted on Oct 30, 2014, 5:31 AM 1
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