FAEA Mobiles now available in Europe


FAEA are spreading their wings already and have teamed up with an Italian distributor to offer their NFC enabled phones across Europe.

The Italian based distributor has set up the website Faea.eu where European customers can shop for the latest FAEA phones, accessories or visit the forum for help or advice. Currently there are 3 FAEA phones available, the Snapdragon equipped FAEA F1, and the quad-core, 1080 FAEA F2 and F2S, all of which receive a full warranty.

GizChina readers can also receive a discount when ordering through the site using the discount code: GIZFAEA.

[ GizChina.it ]
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9 Comments

  1. October 11, 2013

    Good news and nice move 🙂 Chinese phones brands are welcome here in Europe 🙂 No more costly shipping fees and customs!

    PS: please, add a “Choose language” button to the home page! Currency is OK, obviously… 😛

    • Sam
      October 11, 2013

      Hey, don’t forget that selling in EU implies a SAR level declaration.

    • Demetrio
      October 11, 2013

      About currency… yes, the symbol is OK but the currency conversion is … strange!
      It’s 1:1 and not 1:1.3. Even considering about 20%VAT, the conversion sould be:
      Price ($) / 1.3 ($/€) * 1.2 (VAT) = 0.923, then if F1 costs 149$ the price should be 137.5€ … Let’s say 139€ to cover the startup costs for the european warehouse and site… 149€ are too much.
      On F2 they lowered the price, on the F2s instead is still full price, than it costs too much.

      Selling in EU implies, out of SAR declaration, 2 years warranty!!!

  2. Akash
    October 11, 2013

    Hey, i want to buy the FAEA2 in India, do you know what are my best options of getting it? Is there a reliable online store through which i can buy it ?

    • Demetrio
      October 11, 2013

      Akash, International site faeamobile.com is what you’re looking for 😉

  3. Simon
    October 11, 2013

    Thats excellent news. Thanks very much.

  4. Rdmkr
    October 11, 2013

    could you please not describe that low end cortex A5 “quad core” chip as a “snapdragon” without saying more; that is just beyond misleading.

  5. Erik
    October 11, 2013

    Mad joke or something? they want me to play 250 € when i can play $250 ??? haha happy dead!

  6. Hannes
    October 12, 2013

    yeah thats way to expensive!!

    We need a new 30$ voucher for the official .com site !!!