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Oukitel U7 Plus 5.5 inch LTPS HD Screen 2GB RAM 16GB ROM 4G Network Android 6.0 Smartphone Dual SIM with FINGERPRINT Scanner - £80.99 Prime Exclusive @ Amazon

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I thought that this is a great phone for what you're getting. Screen is not full HD but it's got a ton of features to make up for being a great Christmas present! https://www.amazon.co.uk/Oukitel-N… Read More
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I thought that this is a great phone for what you're getting. Screen is not full HD but it's got a ton of features to make up for being a great Christmas present!

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Oukitel-Network-Smartphone-Fingerprint-Cellphone/dp/B01LYMRETY/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1479603091&sr=8-1&keywords=Oukitel+U7+Plus
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Won't trust these cheap Chinese phones because of data privacy issues, especially with your fingerprint easily exposed to the hackers
1 Like #2
ferrarian
Won't trust these cheap Chinese phones because of data privacy issues, especially with your fingerprint easily exposed to the hackers
Please can you elaborate on the fingerprint issue, I can't understand how a hacker can possibly use your fingerprint!
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b1koni

I thought that this is a great phone for what you're getting. Screen is not full HD but it's got a ton of features to make up for being a great Christmas present!
Cheers op have ordered to try if no good Amazon are easy to return/refund!
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I bought one of these handset’s earlier this week and for the money, it’s very good, I needed a dual SIM phone and this phone is dual SIM and dual Standby, 4G in slot 1 and 3G in slot 2 it has a separate slot for the micro SD card unlike some handsets that use one of the SIM slots for the SD card, the battery is also removable which is a plus, the 5.5 inch 1280x720 display is also very good, unfortunately the loud speaker output is very average but keep in mind it’s an £80.00 phone, battery life is good but not as good as my Xperia C4, I compared the signal quality to my Sony Xperia C4 in a poor reception area and the Oukitel was just as good, Marshmallow, 1280x720 HD display, quad core, 16GB storage and 2GB of RAM for £80.00 is about a cheap as it gets at the moment.
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Pateo
ferrarian
Won't trust these cheap Chinese phones because of data privacy issues, especially with your fingerprint easily exposed to the hackers
Please can you elaborate on the fingerprint issue, I can't understand how a hacker can possibly use your fingerprint!


Many of these Chinese phones come with viruses in firmware and root kits. Gearbest helps Chinese hackers steal our personal details . But you can return phone to Amazon UK if find virus in it as this is from Amazon UK and not Gearbest.
1 Like #6
ferrarian
Won't trust these cheap Chinese phones because of data privacy issues, especially with your fingerprint easily exposed to the hackers


I wouldn't trust any phone manufacturer with my details especially the likes of Samsung and Add apple.
#7
spencer24
ferrarian
Won't trust these cheap Chinese phones because of data privacy issues, especially with your fingerprint easily exposed to the hackers


I wouldn't trust any phone manufacturer with my details especially the likes of Samsung and Add apple.


Samsung and Apple help you protect your self on the Internet. It is is some Chinese phone manufacturers who get money from hackers to put back door in their cheap phones and sellers like Gearbest who are often posted here, who flog them. This phone is sold by Amazon UK so I don't think it will have virus inside.
1 Like #8
sam_of_london
Pateo
ferrarian
Won't trust these cheap Chinese phones because of data privacy issues, especially with your fingerprint easily exposed to the hackers
Please can you elaborate on the fingerprint issue, I can't understand how a hacker can possibly use your fingerprint!


Many of these Chinese phones come with viruses in firmware and root kits. Gearbest helps Chinese hackers steal our personal details . But you can return phone to Amazon UK if find virus in it as this is from Amazon UK and not Gearbest.


of course they do Sam,
is that tinfoil hat protecting you?
I think you need to see someone about the paranoia.
#9
sam_of_london
spencer24
ferrarian
Won't trust these cheap Chinese phones because of data privacy issues, especially with your fingerprint easily exposed to the hackers


I wouldn't trust any phone manufacturer with my details especially the likes of Samsung and Add apple.


Samsung and Apple help you protect your self on the Internet. It is is some Chinese phone manufacturers who get money from hackers to put back door in their cheap phones and sellers like Gearbest who are often posted here, who flog them. This phone is sold by Amazon UK so I don't think it will have virus inside.


when are you going to stop talking garbage Sam?
somebody really should be vetting the lies you tell.
#10
Hackers and viruses are everywhere its not the Chinese or gearbest trying to steal your info Sam like the rest say I think your a bit paranoid I've bought loads of Chinese smarts phones and all been great, but I do remember once I bought a CD by kasabian the first album club foot and I went to download it to my laptop and when it downloaded I ended up with a trojan horse and that was from a CD purchased from hmv.
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ferrarian
Won't trust these cheap Chinese phones because of data privacy issues, especially with your fingerprint easily exposed to the hackers
Oh that's it .. I bought a Chinese phone added my fingerprint and within an hour a meteorite had destroyed my house and all my bank accounts had been cleared! Wish I'd spent £550 more on an iphone to save me!

Edited By: rogercat on Nov 20, 2016 09:05
1 Like #12
brian1977
Hackers and viruses are everywhere its not the Chinese or gearbest trying to steal your info Sam like the rest say I think your a bit paranoid I've bought loads of Chinese smarts phones and all been great, but I do remember once I bought a CD by kasabian the first album club foot and I went to download it to my laptop and when it downloaded I ended up with a trojan horse and that was from a CD purchased from hmv.


read his comments on everything,
he makes comment which are lies,
I personally have been using phones, android boxes and tablets for at least 5 years, all my banking, tax, finances etc
I have never had anything stolen ever,
if anyone challenges him, he accuses them of being paid by gearbest,
so far, the phones steal your bank details, the cameras steal your naked photos,
in england, everything from CPC will break within a week, is not tested to British standards,
everyone who buys a TV under 1080 is stupid because people where he lives can't wait to give them away,
the list go's on,

#13
rogercat
ferrarian
Won't trust these cheap Chinese phones because of data privacy issues, especially with your fingerprint easily exposed to the hackers
Oh that's it .. I bought a Chinese phone added my fingerprint and within an hour a meteorite had destroyed my house and all my bank accounts had been cleared! Wish I'd spent £550 more on an iphone to save me!


I'm surprised they haven't thought that when they take a selfie, they'll have their iris scanned so the Chinese can clone them and take over their lives,
that wouldn't put thoughts into their head would it......
1 Like #14
ferrarian
Won't trust these cheap Chinese phones because of data privacy issues, especially with your fingerprint easily exposed to the hackers


Does the asylum know you've got access to the internet?
1 Like #15
sam_of_london
Many of these Chinese phones come with viruses in firmware and root kits. Gearbest helps Chinese hackers steal our personal details . But you can return phone to Amazon UK if find virus in it as this is from Amazon UK and not Gearbest.

I have one thing to say... post your evidence this actual phone has rootkits or viruses or GTFO.

If you are bothered about privacy, then don't use a mobile phone full stop (unless its a non smart burner), don't use an Internet connection (unless its an open wifi with no CCTV points, using TOR while over a VPN while on a stolen tablet), walk round in a burka (to fully hide your face and bad hair style), wear gloves (or burn off your fingerprints) and wear different sized shoes.

Joking aside, people need to stop posting absolute carp just because their grandads, brothers, cousin's nephew told them they might have seen some news article on some website that said someone, sometime, might have been infected by a possible virus.

Seems a decent enough phone from a UK supplier, the sort I would buy for my Mum.

Regards
Flea



Edited By: Fleabum on Nov 20, 2016 14:04
#16
sam_of_london
spencer24
ferrarian
Won't trust these cheap Chinese phones because of data privacy issues, especially with your fingerprint easily exposed to the hackers
I wouldn't trust any phone manufacturer with my details especially the likes of Samsung and Add apple.
Samsung and Apple help you protect your self on the Internet. It is is some Chinese phone manufacturers who get money from hackers to put back door in their cheap phones and sellers like Gearbest who are often posted here, who flog them. This phone is sold by Amazon UK so I don't think it will have virus inside.
Have you any actual proof of the Chinese hacker's doing this, I can't find any information online reporting this?
#17
Possibly 700million android devices sending your info to China, big news recently

Do you own an Android smartphone? You could be one of those 700 Million users whose phone is secretly sending text messages to China every 72 hours.

You heard that right. Over 700 Million Android smartphones contain a secret 'backdoor' that surreptitiously sends all your text messages, call log, contact list, location history, and app data to China every 72 hours.

Security researchers from Kryptowire discovered the alleged backdoor hidden in the firmware of many budget Android smartphones sold in the United States, which covertly gathers data on phone owners and sends it to a Chinese server without users knowing.

First reported on by the New York Times on Tuesday, the backdoored firmware software is developed by China-based company Shanghai AdUps Technology, which claims that its software runs updates for more than 700 Million devices worldwide.
#18
Pateo
sam_of_london
spencer24
ferrarian
Won't trust these cheap Chinese phones because of data privacy issues, especially with your fingerprint easily exposed to the hackers
I wouldn't trust any phone manufacturer with my details especially the likes of Samsung and Add apple.
Samsung and Apple help you protect your self on the Internet. It is is some Chinese phone manufacturers who get money from hackers to put back door in their cheap phones and sellers like Gearbest who are often posted here, who flog them. This phone is sold by Amazon UK so I don't think it will have virus inside.
Have you any actual proof of the Chinese hacker's doing this, I can't find any information online reporting this?


no he doesn't have any proof, he has been saying he recently bought a phone from gearbest for at least 6 months,
when challenged he go's quiet and then pops up on another thread telling lies,
anyone who questions him is accused of getting commission from the Chinese companies.
he really should have all his comments moderated.
#19
sam_of_london
spencer24
ferrarian
Won't trust these cheap Chinese phones because of data privacy issues, especially with your fingerprint easily exposed to the hackers
I wouldn't trust any phone manufacturer with my details especially the likes of Samsung and Add apple.
Samsung and Apple help you protect your self on the Internet. It is is some Chinese phone manufacturers who get money from hackers to put back door in their cheap phones and sellers like Gearbest who are often posted here, who flog them. This phone is sold by Amazon UK so I don't think it will have virus inside.
Do you wear a hat made from tinfoil or are you always that paranoid?
#20
I am not paranoid. I am pragmatic and cautious. Caveat Emptor. Let the buyer beware.

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