This $349 Phone Is The World’s Most Eco-Friendly Smartphone

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With the ample number of smartphone choices available in the market, there has been a substantial increase in the electronic waste generated due to discarded phones.

On average, a smartphone usually lasts for a maximum of two years and is discarded after that. There is the need of the hour to come up with a smartphone that is sustainable and reliable. Enter Teracube.

Teracube, the best of CES 2020 finalist, is the world’s most eco-friendly smartphone offering a 4-year warranty as compared to just one year warranty offered by other smartphones. This reduces the chances of discarding the device in just 2 years.

If you think that it compromises on features to earn the tag of the world’s most reliable smartphone, you’re wrong. The company behind the smartphone believes in fix-not-replace philosophy, thus promoting sustainability.

Teracube comes with full coverage in the event of product defects. It charges a $39 flat fee to repair and fix everything from water damage to cracked screens and drained batteries.

Teracube comes with a fast octa-core processor, dual-camera setup at the back, and long-lasting battery life like you get in other contemporary smartphones.

Here are the complete specifications of Teracube:

  • 6.2″ Full HD+ IPS Display (1080 x 2280)
  • MediaTek Helio P60 2.0GHz octa-core processor
  • 6GB RAM and 128GB storage
  • 12+5MP dual rear cameras and 8MP front camera
  • 3,400mAh battery with USB Type-C charging port
  • Headphone jack, USB-C port, Hybrid Dual SIM and Micro SD slots
  • 4-years manufacturer’s warranty

Teracube is available for just $349 from the official Teracube store or for $329 from Amazon.com. Therefore, the smartphone is not only good for the earth but also for your wallet.

Anmol Sachdeva

Anmol Sachdeva

Anmol is a tech journalist who handles reportage of cybersecurity and Apple and OnePlus devices at Fossbytes. He's an ambivert who is striving hard to appease existential crisis by eating, writing, and scrolling through memes.

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