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It's not just a phone with a sliding keyboard. F(x)tec is a privately-funded startup that has ideas to bring back functionality to Android.
The platform, started up by a former Pebbler and endorse by former CEO Eric Migicovsky, is now trying to get fans to import their data by June 30.
And it wants your help in making it happen. It isn't asking for money just yet, but it's letting you choose what goes into this "Pyramid Flipper."
The original title of this post included the words “kill it with fire.” I don’t think we should be taking the flaming pitchforks to anything OnePlus is doing here, including what the OnePlus Two has in store for us. And it has a lot in store for us.
But as we’ve discussed many times before on the Pocketnow Weekly (with major credit to a certain modder), the concept of passing out invites for prospective customers to get in line for your new product is smart and sound. From covering up inventory shortages to shrouding the mystery product with hype, there [...]
We had high-hopes for OnePlus and its refreshing approach, but were left disappointed. Here's what smartphone startups need to learn to be successful.