Konka W880 Rough and Tough Smartphone has arrived…

I talked about ordering a new smartphone from China, a few weeks back. In fact here is the article:

Konka W880 A Tough Phone…

Now I wrote the first article around the time I ordered it. To say the least, I am shocked! The phone is here and it came by snail mail and it got through the Russian customs in just a day. Then the same day the Russian postal service delivered it. Now I do believe in miracles, as the Russian post office has lost, destroyed and delivered to the wrong address almost a 100% of the time packages to me. This delivery has renewed my faith, but as real life dictates, it will most likely never happen again. Knock on wood, please…

Here are some pictures of the phone in a gallery:

The phone is all that I was hoping and much more. It really has a steal frame, it really has extra thick Gorilla Glass, it really looks like the pictures and it really works. Works very well, to be honest! This definitely blows the hate China for products out the window and the phone is much higher quality than all the Samsung’s that I have owned and still own…

This is the link to Konka Mobile: http://www.konka-mobile.com/

This is the link to my phone and where I originally found the details: http://www.konka-mobile.com/proShow.asp?ID=84

Konka is a company that I studied for almost a year and it seems to be a very well run company. The products are top notch and quality. Not always the latest OS and hardware, but they build with quality and that wins in my book every time…

Have you ever panicked when you had a cell phone near a lake or ocean? Well I have and now I do not have to worry any more…

Well I did not expect it for at least another month, as it is my Christmas, New Year and Birthday present. I sure had fun this weekend… 🙂

Posted by Kyle Keeton
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