Consumers insatiable appetite of changing phone whether intentional or not has two consequences: piling of electronic waste, which are mostly non-recyclable, in landfills, and environmentally-damaging operation for rare earth metals required to make new phones.
If you believe in minimizing the aforementioned, then Teracube is your best bet. Each Teracube phone comes with an industry first 4-year warranty and if that is not assuring enough, it further promised that it will last that long without slowing down. To be honest, I have absolutely no idea how Teracube is going to achieve that.
Anyways, in the event the 4-year warranty will cover all parts, performance, labor and two-way shipping at no cost and it even covers battery change should it ever be needed.
However, you do need to pay “a reasonable fee” if repair is require for damage caused by accident, liquid or misuse.
Here’s the rundown of the specifications and features:
• Android 9 Pie (Android 10 update will be available in Spring 2020) • Processor: MediaTek P60 2.0Ghz Octacore processor • Memory: 6GB RAM and 128GB storage • Screen: 6.2" Full HD+ IPS Display (1080 x 2280) • Rear camera: 12+5MP dual rear cameras • Front camera: 8MP • Battery: 3,400mAh lithium-ion polymer battery • Security: PIN, pattern, fingerprint, face unlock • Sensors: accelerometer, light, proximity, gyro, fingerprint, NFC • NFC: supports Google Pay • 5V/2A quick charger • Bluetooth 5.0 • WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac (2.4/5GHz) • Headphone jack • GPS • Dual SIM • MicroSD support up to 256GB • USB-C port • Dimensions: 157 x 75.5 x 7.7mm • Weight: 176g • Color: Black • Carriers (Unlocked): AT&T, T-Mobile, MetroPCS, Cricket, Lyca, and more • GSM: 850/900/1800/1900 • LTE: 1/2/3/4/5/7/8/12/13/17
The campaign is funded and so, it is a pre-order which has an estimated delivery date of January 2020. Check out the pitch video: