Hotness NON CHINESE BRAND ASUS (TAIWAN) MAX PRO MOBILE

Hot Deal NON CHINESE BRAND ASUS (TAIWAN) MAX PRO MOBILE

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http://dl.flipkart.com/dl/asus-zenfone-max-pro-...
NON CHINESE BRAND ASUS (TAIWAN) MAX PRO MOBILE.

Deal will start on 23rd june till 27th and early access for Flipkart Plus members.

For 32 GB Exchange upto 7900 but when you buy kindly try to see the exchange of 64 GB also it may give additional discount (may be).

The brand is really durable but the only glitch which is see is that it does not have the full edge screen. But if you are not very keen for that then looks a good worthy product.

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Recommended.

I am using it and fully satisfied.

Battery Charging slow with the given adapter. 5000mAh takes time. But higher capacity adapters can help reduce the time.

Stock android. Dual 4G

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This is oos before the sale begins
Same thing they have done last time for 64gb variant of Asus 5z
I think it won’t be available today

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Vu for title

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VU for informing non Chinese brand

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Good title to get vu

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VU because it is not from CHI-NAA

https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/621985/medium/67341274yRT5dH.jpg?1592797278

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Spam thread…! and BTW misleading too
https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/621986/medium/6734130z3fgkIT.jpg?1592797530

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getready wrote:

Spam thread…! and BTW misleading too
https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/621986/original/6734130z3fgkIT.jpg?1592797530

Manuf by one of the following

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desiman wrote:

Manuf by one of the following

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Neat trick to fool the flock..expecting so many such nice tricks in the future smile
// Out of the total 5 Manufacturing units listed..#1 is from Indonesia and the rest 4 from the same country these guys trying to avoid

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getready wrote:

Neat trick to fool the flock..expecting so many such nice tricks in the future smile
// Out of the total 5 Manufacturing units listed..#1 is from Indonesia and the rest 4 from the same country these guys trying to avoid

Still a 20% chance of getting a non-china phone. Vs a 100% chance of getting a Chinese phone if you buy something else laughing

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Budhe-Baba wrote:

Still a 20% chance of getting a non-china phone. Vs a 100% chance of getting a Chinese phone if you buy something else laughing

But Chinese brands are manufacturing in india , so do we need to support made in india products or non chinese companies which produce outside india and majorly in china , This is a big confusion!

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Its good to love everyone. But China and Chinese people are exceptions.
Having read a story in childhood, I have grown with the strong view never to trust China.
Though you can’t completely stay away from “made in china” stuff, I have always tried to, as far as possible. Never used China-made phone in my life. In fact, I was one of the first to raise voices against the Chinese phones on DesiDime – long back when opposing Chinese products was not in fashion.
Till India makes its own “Apple” or a great phone, I would use a Samsung or an Asus – kuchh feature nahin honge toh hum marr nahin jaayenge.
Once again, I am ready to trust anyone – but not a Chinese or a Pakistani. Period.

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Ignore. Overpriced

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>"@srinivas9411662":https://www.desidime.com/users...84 But Chinese brands are manufacturing in india , so do we need to support made in india products or non chinese companies which produce outside india and majorly in china , This is a big confusion!

It’s ultimately about who’s making majority chunk of profit, I think for initial steps we should minimize buying Chinese products who’s company is rooted in China itself, moving further when hopefully we have substitute options and budget to spare (individual level) we should take a moral high ground and support Indian companies even though their initial product offering might not be that good.

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For a minute I thought I visited the wrong site. Oh NO, it’s Desidime only!

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getready wrote:

Neat trick to fool the flock..expecting so many such nice tricks in the future smile

Simple trick is, just change the company logo color to Orange. Also the packaging boxes color. sunglasses

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Hi all, i only posted this deal.

Yesterday night i did a lot of research to find which brand is non chinese and to my wonder i found in the entire world China, India and Japan has many brands. Kindly go through this below link it is quite interesting.

Source – https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_mobile_...

Now my thought is how actually can we resist ourself from buying chinese stuffs and trust me i feel it is going to be very difficult.

Also i really pray that Nokia should be back on track ASAP and quite sure indians will definitely help Nokia to stand on their feet again.

Indian brands should also now start doing wonders.

Lets hope for a better tomorrow pray

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Recommended.

I am using it and fully satisfied.

Battery Charging slow with the given adapter. 5000mAh takes time. But higher capacity adapters can help reduce the time.

Stock android. Dual 4G

Better than Redmi 8 and Narzo 10A? @eshoppingfreak

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VU because it is not from Chi-na

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VU because it is not from Chi-na

US brand started by NRI smile

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vu_Telev...ns – Owned by Devita Saraf
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devita...af -

Devita Saraf is an Indian businessperson who is the founder and CEO of VU Technologies. Devita Saraf is the Founder, Chairman and CEO of Vu Televisions, a $150 million (revenue) luxury television brand. She founded the company at the age of 24 after completing her Bachelors in Business Administration from the University of Southern California, Los Angeles.

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