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Is the Feiteng H9001 any good/reliable ?
#1
Just want a basic with 6 inch screen. No gaming. internet, email, maybe light video like online tv show. What are your experience with it.

Who makes it ?
Any support site ?

Thanks
Steve
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#2
take an inew i6000
SAMSUNG NOTE 3 32GB 5.7" Dunno
LG G3 D855 32GB 5.5" Big Grin
MEIZU MX 4 32GB 5.5" Thumbs Up
TECLAST X98 AIR3G 64GB 9.7" Shhh
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#3
The reason I am asking is because I found a new one online for $124.00 and wondered if it was worth buying.
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#4
I have seen many sellers are selling phones by the name of Feiteng but no where you find Feiteng logo on these phones. I don't know who is manufacturing these phones? What is the web address of this company?
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#5
I think is not worth it
SAMSUNG NOTE 3 32GB 5.7" Dunno
LG G3 D855 32GB 5.5" Big Grin
MEIZU MX 4 32GB 5.5" Thumbs Up
TECLAST X98 AIR3G 64GB 9.7" Shhh
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#6
Just got one.
Branded htm n9001 [snip]
I believe it's the same phone.
I got it on offer in the black friday sale for $104
I cannot fault it
Its biggest problem is size and weight but it is a six inch phone.
Screen is bright.touch is responsive.battery life good.speed of phone EXCELLENT.rom is smooth and reliable.
Everybody ive shown it to is amazed at the price
Plays games as good as my note 2 but gamepad support is flakey
Bought a wamo pad [snip] to go with it but support on mtk phones is buggy.
Makes me realise samsung are way overcharging!
Also allows default storage of apps to external sd in the storage menu!
Big games no problem.
This is my second htm phone(feiteng)
My other was a $70 htm m1 for my son also fantastic value.
Smooth , nice nippy little phone and plays minecraft!
He's six by the way so really just purchased as a tiny games machine.
Hope this was of use.
Bye!
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(2013-12-28, 09:57)pugsley Wrote: Just got one.
Branded htm n9001 [snip].
I believe it's the same phone.
I got it on offer in the black friday sale for $104
I cannot fault it
Its biggest problem is size and weight but it is a six inch phone.
Screen is bright.touch is responsive.battery life good.speed of phone EXCELLENT.rom is smooth and reliable.
Everybody ive shown it to is amazed at the price
Plays games as good as my note 2 but gamepad support is flakey
Bought a wamo pad [snip] to go with it but support on mtk phones is buggy.
Makes me realise samsung are way overcharging!
Also allows default storage of apps to external sd in the storage menu!
Big games no problem.
This is my second htm phone(feiteng)
My other was a $70 htm m1 for my son also fantastic value.
Smooth , nice nippy little phone and plays minecraft!
He's six by the way so really just purchased as a tiny games machine.
Hope this was of use.
Bye!

Thanl you so much !
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#8
No doubt it is cheap cheap but the resolution is only 960x540, so the screen will not be crispy. At least it should have been 1080x720.
For 6 inch screen it is far less
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#9
Maybe the resolution is lower but in all honesty I don't notice seems bright and crisp and I have shelved my note 2 to give it a good test run,I am using it now and it is faultless.
It came pre rooted ,handy,I rooted my sons m1 using framaroot .
I bought it as a cheap quad core tablet to save my note2 battery but a dual sim 6" tablet/phone for 65 pounds(I'm in the UK) is amazing.
Runs shadow gun dead zone,modern combat 4,black ops zombies,gang star Rio,riptide2,sonic all-star racing etc
I have all these installed not bad for a 4gb ROM phone,pop in a class 10 micro SD and install to it
Excellent!!!!
Makes you forget a few extra pixels and less work for processor .
I have full a hd phone ,nice but unnecessary and over rated,
Picture quality is bright and good viewing angles.
Not noticeably worse than my note 2.
Hope it helps again,bye!
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(2013-12-28, 21:05)pugsley Wrote: [Only registered and activated users can see links Click here to register] .
I bought it as a cheap quad core tablet to save my note2 battery but a dual sim 6" tablet/phone for 65 pounds(I'm in the UK) is amazing.
Runs shadow gun dead zone,modern combat 4,black ops zombies,gang star Rio,riptide2,sonic all-star racing etc
I have all these installed not bad for a 4gb ROM phone,pop in a class 10 micro SD and install to it
Excellent!!!!
Makes you forget a few extra pixels and less work for processor .
I have full a hd phone ,nice but unnecessary and over rated,
Picture quality is bright and good viewing angles.
Not noticeably worse than my note 2.
Hope it helps again,bye!

Your information has been great, thank you so much pugsley ! I am going to have to buy one. I am still getting input about the phone. I have been told that the name of the phone is actually the name of the factory its made at. I will continue to dig and findout what model it is. Thanks again. Steve
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