Unboxing the $399 Foldable Phone.Feb 17, 2020
oh I can safely say I didn't wake up expecting to make this video welcome to Escobar getting dirty with the $399 Penta camera
phoneand just before you unbox it there's a weird backstory to see Escobar Inc, the company he put together this isn't a
phonecompany, it's not even really a tech company, it's the holding company for a now-deceased Colombian drug lord named Pablo Escobar, which means it basically deals with the Escobar family assets, tries to convert existing money in more money, so with that in mind Right at the end of last year, they made their first smartphone, the Escobar culprit, and it was just cryptic.
You would think when you first enter the smartphone market. You can make any type of smartphone. Why would you make a folding? The most resource intensive cut-edge form factor that's available right now, they had a launch trailer along with it so I'll probably be demonetized if I show more than a few seconds and then a closer look video where you can see the details of the design, especially the massive logo placed on the front and back, and along with these were some spectacular claims like the fact that the smartphone was indestructible and the fact that Escobar Inc was going to sue Apple for 30 billion dollars. because and i quote cheating people by selling worthless phones anyway, long story short it turns out the escobar fold was pretty much a modded smartphone instead of building from scratch which let's be honest would have been next to impossible for a company that had never made a phone before they reused the existing royal flexpay which was the world's first proper
foldablesmartphone but even then that doesn't explain at all why this phone was so cheap.
The fall ROM was priced at $349. at 1500 it just didn't make any sense, so at that point I'd say curiosity got the better of me. I'm not sure what I was thinking exactly, but I was just curious. s customer you know let's see what happens so I ordered one I used my personal name my personal email address so it couldn't be linked to the channel sir who's the boss I was just a curious customer and I was completely expecting. to never see that money or product again, there was just a tiny ray of hope that it would come true, then things got weirder, much weirder to begin with, I get an unexpected delivery containing two things, first of all , a book was titled, I made billions selling coke now. my smartphone will destroy apple and samsung is written by this guy the brother of pablo escobar and from what i can see is what it says on the tin i just scanned it but it looks like a pretty raw documentation of the lives of the two brothers and it gets pretty dark, talks about life in prison and running from the police just for example so anyway second thing is a note congratulations basically it says i got a free upgrade to Escob. ar fold - and I really didn't know what to think.
I mean how many times have you bought a smartphone and then the company says you know what. Now we will send you a different one. The five strangest things. I've seen it ever, but you know I was treating this as an experiment, so I went ahead, besides, it's not like they were demoting me, they were giving me a miss, instead of a miss, so for all intents and purposes, It was a good thing and at this point I'm not exactly sure what happened but the company seemed to realize that I was Mr Who's Boss even though I bought and ordered the phone with totally separate information then they told me than a review copy from the fall - it's on its way to me ASAP so even though I bought the phone as a customer I think I only got it because I'm a reviewer if that makes sense so just open the box all the way to Ourselves I did earlier today take a quick look at the home page for the fau.
It's a $399 foldable smartphone with high-end specs and five cameras, and the claims it makes are even bolder than the full. This release came with a slew of new promo videos, the most interesting of which was this one is a girl destroying Samsung's galaxy fold with a sledgehammer, it almost seems that while Apple was the target of the first fold, Samsung has become the target of the Escobar failure; what's even more curious is that the video is titled r.i.p samsung and if you really try visit the wwr IP samsung comm web page which takes you back to Escobar to clarify that Escobar Inc has bought the domain name r.i.p samsung ok an intro a bit longer than i planned but i think the backstory is kind of important here they don't know what to expect and it's actually one of the best smartphone cases out there it actually has a metal plate on the front with the pablo escobar logo and on the back is another metal plate that has all the specs of the phone so i got 12 gig ram 512mb in hong kong ok so check this out ok ok , this is a very simple package we just have a usb to usb c cable and a small fee for what it looks like the rest of the box is completely empty there is no charging brick ok so mine is pre on and already has teeth I can see the front screen works and it has a picture of a I think it's probably Pablo Escobar and it opens up fine it has a crease in the middle it's I have the notch and the camera module on top so I can I mean it's 100% a Samsung Galaxy Fold and it looks good which is a sign that it's not really a phone the company made the only real changes are the wallpaper and the fact that the icon of The internet has been replaced with an icon from the Escobar Inc. website.
You also have the 2 fold in gold going down the hinge from what I can see, they look a lot like just stickers. I'm actually wondering if I could just peel this ok yeah that comes right away I'm assuming it looks a lot like this you get the idea so we'll set it up quickly. Let's see if everything works. I'll also create a new Google account just for this a few moments later. re in so Play services are still working on this let's try downloading and - just to check the specs because well my initial thought was they managed to hit a price like this anyway using knock off parts from china but it feels as fast as the fold, so it might actually be completely SPECT.
What's also interesting is that you can tell this is the second refined model of the galaxy fold because it has these T-shaped pieces that were added to prevent dust from getting under the screen. okay and -- -- so the device appears literally right out of the box as a Samsung Galaxy Fold so I think Qualcomm Snapdragon fifty five still and twelve gigs of ram as Box said okay it's a Galaxy Fold but that makes it weirder how he did it. Company manages to buy two $1,000 Galaxy Folds Personalize it Create your own packaging, then sell it for $399 Well, at this stage I thought we were in touch.
You could also ask them for the answers and to be honest. got some surprisingly comprehensive responses first of all they described it as an entry level phone they said samsung failed with their fold they pushed it too high the only reason people bought samsung folds apparently because they wanted a device instead of a real phone. for day to day use I mean they described this glitch as entry level but nothing about their specs or design is entry level at all so the question I needed to ask was how did they do it essentially according to the CEO of Escobar Inc bought three types of Galaxy double up on insufficient items the ones that didn't meet Samsung quality control return items that people bought and then go back and see overstocked items that were glaring Too many retailers and wholesalers that had a They overstocked in the galaxy folds and they just needed to get rid of them, so Escobar bought them all.
This company spent nothing on traditional advertising and they let word of mouth do its job and apparently that's it. I'll let you come to your own conclusions about how you feel about it, but the CEO gave me other information. He said there's a bigger plan here, the fold one, the fortwos, are just the start created presumably just to get the company name out there, but an in-house smartphone of their own is in the works, he also added that it won't be foldable I mean we just have to wait and see long story short this whole thing was weird I mean I got the phone in my hands it's real it works and I only paid $399 and it's completely up to you how you spend your money but i can't personally vouch for or against the company because in my experience they've been friendly and helpful and i've seen videos on youtube of only legit seemi claiming to have received this but of course the plan was to go in as a anonymous consumer to see if my device would be delivered and that didn't go as planned so essentially I would need to see how other people's orders are received. delivered before i could even think to recommend oh also by the way i have thrown a massive giveaway for five samsung smartphones so if you want to enter the links are in the description and with that said my name is Aaron , This is Mr.
Who's in charge and I'll catch you in the next one
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