BenQ is a brand you might remind you of your good old desktop monitor or your age old digital camera. The very brand stepped in to the ever-growing smartphone business some time back, and has now launched the quad-core BenQ F3.
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The device features a 4.5-inch screen which falls short of the current world average which tends to 5-inch screens. The 4.5-inch panel features a qHD resolution of 960 x 540 pixels, and under the hood, the device comes with a 1.2GHz quad-core MT6589 processor, 1GB RAM, 4GB ROM and a main camera of 13 mega-pixels which comes from Sony. The device is 8.9mm thick and comes with a 2100mAh battery.
The BenQ F3 gets a hefty 1,650 Yuan ($270) price tag in China.[Source]
BenQ is known internationally, so the have to build a quality product; no name Chinese companies can get away with cheap, poor quality products because they have nothing to lose
” ($270) price tag in China” , I can’t not spend such a big money on a last year’s technology. I is not even hd, it is qhd. Sorry but I pass this one.
You don’t have to buy every phone, they aren’t made specifically for you.
Glad to see my Benq-Siemens back! They always have good design, I miss my old good phone Benq T51