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Q: Where did you get your smartphone?

I don't want to buy online, and neither do I want go to the craziness of zhongguancun. Any civilized places to buy one that arenn't too expensive in Beijing? I'm looking for any good recommendation

 

Android, not Apple.

7 years 48 weeks ago in  Shopping - Beijing

 
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I've bought two Xiaomi phones online directly from Xiaomi. Cheaper than in the shops, fast delivery. 

 

What kind of phone are you looking for. ?

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we have got our Sony phones from 360buy cheaper than from shops. no problems with them. 

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Bought 2 phones from Amazon China online then had them ROM'ed to get the Chinese out of them. The Lenovo was a few hundred RMB cheaper online than from a store sale locally.

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https://www.france24.com/en/20181113-smartphones-raising-mentally-fragile-generation

 

smartphones causing mental illness

 

spyphones are bad for you, gee, I wonder why, maybe its a way to keep psychologists busy making money.

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