Continuing the discussion from Innjoo Fire Plus 3G Screen:
So @Lukirdem is struggling to find a screen replacement for his Innjoo smartphone. I work for a tech blog and one of the main things we do is talk about smartphones in way of news and reviews. But I’m yet to meet an Innjoo. These are sold by Jumia and in a way I believe the company (Jumia) is the one behind Innjoo, but that’s not the point. Point is that some devices may have a low cost of acquisition, but does the cost to user end there?
Do you feel okay when you cannot get confirmation on software updates for your phone, or that there isn’t clear after sale service? Or what you would do if you needed a part for your smartphone? Is that ever a consideration when buying a smartphone?
I see Sony smartphone users talk about expensive screen replacements, but this is because Sony themselves aren’t there to ensure a smooth process, it’s better to deal with Tecno or Infinix because you know where to find them, and should things go wrong you can shout at someone, or something.