Blackview recalling Omega Pro phones suffering SIM issues

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Blackview have issued a recall for owners of Blackview Omega Pro phones that are suffering from SIM card issues.

Blackview say that around 700 Blackview Omega Pro phones have been effected with a manufacturing issue that prevents the phone reading a SIM card. Basically all that has happened is paint has got on areas of phone which stops certain components from connecting properly.

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According to the press release, some phones can be fixed with a new SIM tray, while others will need to be replaced.

Phones suffering the issue with sold online through authorised stores between November and December 2015.

If you have one of these faulty phones, Blackview ask you to get in touch with the company you bought the phone from who will arrange a free replacement. More information an be found on the Blackview forums.

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  1. greg
    January 11, 2016

    It took forever to be released and now this , youĀ“re doing things very wrong Blackview

    • Xalis
      January 11, 2016

      Offering replacement for faulty units is doing things wrong? Other phone brands would call you crazy and pretend the problem doest exist for 2 years until they are forced to acept it(yes im talking about the iphone faulty batteries)

      • Steve B
        January 11, 2016

        Agreed, but it’s not the cheapest or easiest option to return a phone these days. Add the almost requisite tracking and it soon becomes uneconomical. Postage is never compensated.

  2. Chico MigraƱa
    January 11, 2016

    At least this time they take responsibility about the issue, with Alife S1 battery problem they don’t gave me any solution.

  3. Sniper
    January 12, 2016

    well done blackview.. atleast your not like those irresponsible ulefone fucker sell junk and dont bother to recall or fix it.. Ulefone is fucking liar