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Posted by: Wereweeb
« on: March 05, 2021, 17:42:38 »

Why make a device that can only appeal to a premium demographic, but with a P90 chipset? Who would buy this?

If you're already targeting people with more money than common sense, why not raise the price to 1000 euros and throw in something decent like a SD 750G/Dimensity 820, plus a slightly bigger battery?

Unfortunately I'm already very skeptical of this company's future, no matter how exciting the words "carbon fiber monocoque chassis" might be. They seem eager to become the new Essential.
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: March 05, 2021, 10:10:01 »

German smartphone maker Carbon has launched the Carbon 1 Mk II. The new Android-powered device is made from a carbon fiber composite that integrates special materials into its design to allow for the unimpeded transmission of cellular signals.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Carbon-1-Mk-II-is-an-an-all-carbon-fiber-composite-chassis-Android-smartphone.526271.0.html

 
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