Homtom ask for suggestions this Easter to win prizes

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Phone maker Homtom is asking fans to head over to their Facebook page and leave comments about the brand for the chance to win prizes.

The phone maker specialises in making phones with larger batteries than rivals, but wants fans to give them advice and suggestions on how they can improve as a brand.

Homtom ask fans to enter their official Facebook page and answer questions (see below) with fans chosen at random for the chance to win a Homtom HT7 Pro, HT3 or HT3 (5 winners in total).

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The questions are:

  1. What do you think of HOMTOM? Any Suggestions for them?
  2. How do you hope they will improve?
  3. What promotions attract you?

The promotion will be held through the Easter holiday and winners will be announced on the Homtom Facebook page.

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  1. xi7
    March 21, 2016

    my homtom ht6 get 20h video load unstoppable, no black border !

    battery homtom > k10000 > k6000 > ulefonepower > rest of the world

    • Stef
      March 21, 2016

      One idea that would beat all those monster battery phones would be to have a secondary sealed battery and a primary replaceable one. That way when you’d be replacing a battery the phone would stay on so it would count as a single charge.

      Also the phone should come with no phone charger, only with the tiniest possible battery charger and an extra battery so that to discourage people from charging their phone, which is a known way to age the battery also … infinite battery :p

      • xi7
        March 21, 2016

        innos d6000 ?

        • Stef
          March 21, 2016

          Something like that. But the embedded should be close to 100 mah, barely enough to keep the phone alive while you swap your main battery.

          That way you won’t lose any important call while that happens, but your phone won’t be as thick and big as D6000. I think it’s important to keep a phone small without copromising its battery life.