April 5, 2020
X One Phone Review | Real Review of the X One Smartphone And Why You Should Not Buy The XOne Mobile

X One Phone Review | Real Review of the X One Smartphone And Why You Should Not Buy The XOne Mobile


x1 phone my advice on the x1 phone is
buyer beware. I cannot find a single review on this phone but I did find some
comments on the x1 phone in some forums. “I just saw the advert on YouTube and
thought this looks dodgy” “they say they don’t spend on advertising but I was watching an advert! ” “it’s just a very polished advert full of lies to sell you a cheap phone” “it is just a Ulefone s10 pro rebranded it costs half that
amount” “I can’t help but think it’s been styled to sort of look like an iPhone 10
from the front so that wannabes can pose with it. “there’s nothing cutting-edge about it” “I’d expect very little at the price
which they’re making out the advert on YouTube”
They try to imply some
fictional hotshot Alan Moore started the company after working for Apple. I cannot
find any reference to this person online at all. It implies that he gave up his
job because he felt Apple were taking the mick out of its customers so he made
a company to make phones that were out of this world but at a great price.
I doubt that the after-sales service will be as slick as the advertising they
claim they don’t do. This is just a cheap rebranded Chinese smartphone phone produced to cash in on the Christmas market. When it comes to the x1 phone
despite the price I suggest you stay well clear. If you are looking for a
cheap but practical smartphone there there are plenty of branded alternatives
available on Amazon, many with great reviews. See the link in the video
description below for details of the best practical smartphones available at
reasonable prices many cheaper than the X one Phone This video was created by
content samurai AI software see below for full details.

48 thoughts on “X One Phone Review | Real Review of the X One Smartphone And Why You Should Not Buy The XOne Mobile

  1. Thanks For The Info I saw this advertised and thought it might be good for my 10 year old .. glad I did some research

  2. just checked and the exact same phone with a different name is available on amazon for £99 https://amzn.to/2Cv5NHp robbing B's

  3. Thanks for shedding some light. I get so much spam advertising this phone and it seemed suspicious for sure. The vendor is also known for not delivering, or delivering broken or different products.

  4. This is a fraud. The phone is a repackaged Oukitel C16 Pro which you can buy on Ebay for $130. It is sent from China and does not have a 3350 mAh battery but a 2600 mAh battery. Definitely do not buy this phone!!!!

  5. Thank you for the video. I hope that not too many fall for this scam. Unfortunately, there is also another Youtuber who even advertises it.

  6. Wow I thought YouTube does some research before putting up their ads. I wanted to see a review because this phone sounds too good to he true, it obviously is.

  7. Funny thing, the advert is actually localized. In Polish ad it is a person called "Maciej" or "Marek" that was also a programmer and left, I think, Samsung. Came in looking for some reviews – I am glad this was one of first vids, saved me time.

  8. Update -This phone advert comes in many guises directed at most European countries, I have also noticed that there are now several X One phone reviews on youtube and Google but I suspect the majority of these are probably set up by the company as they all have links to the same or similar sales page… Now Advertising On facebook as well * PLEASE SHARE * this review using the links above so fewer people are taken in by this😡😡

  9. Total scam. The Italian localised sales pitch speaks about a fictional Matteo D'Ambrosio, former “smartphone developer” (whatever that means) at what one might glimpse is Apple. These guys are pocket raiders, stay clear of them.

  10. Just looked at the specs. It’s an overpriced shitty low end smartphone. There are better phones from known brands for half the price.

  11. I just watched the italian advert of this smartphone. Same story, but of course the mentor of this phone is here italian. Thumbs down for frauds.

  12. thank you so much for this. I was considering buying it. I'm a sucker for scams! but getting better now at hunting out the authentic reviews.

  13. Thanks Ian. I just had this advert come up after a video, and something about it made me watch. I'd been reading about unethical business practices just before, and recently bought a new phone for a fairly high price. When I heard the tale told by Alan Moore (which also caught my attention as the same name as my favourite corruption-hating comic book author!) I was hooked by his stories of how a company conned their customers and treated their own staff appallingly. It had all of the elements of the story that I would want to be true, and offered an affordable and ethical company to support… That is when I realised I was being suckered. The advert leads to a dead video link. 'Prime-tech' brings up results for a farming plant (tractors) company. So I did another search for anyone who had been able to find out more about this, and your video confirmed my suspicions. A classic con: a bit of the well-worn 'Hard Luck story' mixed with a bit of newer, pseudo-ethical 'How Green is My Valley' thrown in to make the 'Pig in a poke' sound more attractive in order to 'Sell the Brooklyn Bridge'.

  14. Purtroppo ci sono cascata e ho comprato uno ieri in un sito tra molti che vendono questo telefono. Mi figlia mi ha sgridato. Spero di potter esercitare il mio diritto al recesso appena verrà consegnato, e di avere un rimborso. Faccio scrivere un articolo se scopro che si tratta di una truffa.

  15. A letter of complaint sent to [email protected]
    Dear Sirs,
    Thank you for confirming my order. Unfortunately, there has been some negative coverage in YouTube (where you advertise your product) concerning your legitimacy, and the quality of the phone you claim has better performance and durability as well as reliability compared to the more well-known brands. The engineer you claim left Apple and Samsung to set up this business has different names in different countries (I am British living in Italy). I feel such a fool for falling victim to this concocted story.

    If I discover that your claims and the specs published in your advert are fraudulent, I will be forced to take legal action and to prepare an article to warn other people against this kind of blatant swindling. The reviews about your phone are obviously made by your own people, and the pop up messages "Sebastian has just purchased an Xone phone" are repetitive and circular in the way they appear on the screen.

    My intention, should my doubts be confirmed, is to exercise my legal right to return your phone in its original packaging, unopened, and request a full refund. It is VERY upsetting for me to be tricked into purchasing something originally believed to be conceived to "protect" the consumer's best interests when investing sizeable amounts on an iPhone or Samsung or equivalent smartphone.

    I am copying this email BCC to a European lawyer competent in these matters.

    I hope you reply to my letter in a more positive light. A full reimbursement of the costs would be a first step to rectify the situation. I will be returning the boxed phone with an accompanying letter in which I will exercise my right to a full 14-day return guarantee.

    Yours faithfully,

    MC,

  16. Unfortunately i fell for this and yes its a shitty piece of low end rubbish. Including the customs charge i am £170 down. I blame myself. I have emailed the "Hyperstech" firm that sels it and they said i could return it for a full refund, to china?? They said i had to pay for that!! I am compiling a file for the Daily Mail and ive also sent all the infomation I have to facebook as it is always the same they DO NOT check their advertisers ligitamacy. They offered my a 10% refund on the purchase price (£10.50) which i expected being as these are scammers and criminals. I shall look more closely next time.

  17. The X One Phone isn't like any other Smartphone…unless you count the awful notch, the fingerprint sensor on the back and the fact that it's a fingerprint magnet.
    If it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is…
    I'd never buy a phone without being able to trial it in the real world! 😉

  18. IT''S A SCAM 100% !

    I fell victim to this scam but I paid via PayPal and they got my money back quickly.

    1:- They sent me a cheap Oukitel C15 Pro, I complained and they first said it was the same phone as the X one phone.

    2:- I said I wanted my money back and raised a PayPal complaint,

    3:- They then asked me to keep the phone and offered me a 10% discount if I withdrew the PayPal complaint.

    4:- I refused and they offered a full refund if I returned the phone with tracking information.

    5:- I sent the phone back and sent them and PayPal the tracking details.

    6:- The next day my money was refunded via PayPal.

  19. Yeah it wouldn't surprise me if a Chinese company employed a bunch of white fellas to market their phones. They use Europeans to market their products to Chinese people all the time. Just a cursory look at the design and it appears to resemble most smartphones of a similar price bracket. The Moto G7 Power would outshine this phones battery for around the same discounted price.

  20. Not only is the ad located for Europe, it is also for America. I am from Colombia and a guy named Rafa Valero appears in the ad, apparently Spanish

    Apparently everything is related to the TrendyGadgetRevies website, a cover where several scam products are advertised and apparently the real name is of a company called Applexa Ltd that is located in Hong Kong and in several media the name Techsxpro.com appears

    It is also worth mentioning that a distributor appears in Estonia and a website called Hyperstech.com

    English website: xonephone.shop
    Castilian/Spanish website: xonephone.shop/descuento-limitado/

  21. Man, I'm so glad I found this YouTube video and read the review comments as it looks like I got sucked into this as well.
    Ordered the phone on 1st November but received a text from Royal Mail today saying I had to pay £19.95 customs charges before they release it. I paid it and then wondered if anyone else had the same experience, hence I started my Google searches.
    Thanks to you guys who have reviewed I ended up contacting Hyperstech online support and got exactly the same, bog-standard, reply about 10% discount if I keep it or a refund if I pay the postage and ensure it's tracked.
    I'd purchased additional screen protectors and covers so my amount was £187, and now the additional custom charge.
    Luckily I've paid via PayPal so I can open a dispute.

    Could I ask for a little guidance please:-
    1. For those of you that have raised a dispute via PayPal and received your money back would you mind sharing what reasons you gave?
    2. The phone is being delivered on Wednesday from Royal Mail and I'm wondering whether I should open the parcel or just simply wrap it in brown paper and return it.
    3. Should I open a dispute with PayPal in any case or do I need to open the box to prove that it's a low-cost product as referred to above?

    Any advice appreciated.
    Thanks for reading

  22. Thanks to your vid, i was saved from utter disappointment! I had just seen the ad, & thought this phone was ideal as a Xmas gift, I put in an order, then thought, I should look for reviews on YouTube, thankfully your vid, was the first to pop up, I immediately got in touch with them & cancelled my order.
    Thanks again, for the warning, & insight, to this scam! Stay Blessed

  23. The phone you get is not the phone you order. The specs are less than the one I ordered. I received an Oukitel C 15, this phone you can buy for 129 euro in webshops. I contacted this company and they told me this is the one you ordered, but when you don't like it you can return it to China. When you keep it we will give you an extra 10% discount. I think what they do is fraud. Let's fight them with a group and try to turn them down.

  24. About a week ago, I also watched a very slick YT advert for a drone, with almost exactly the same theme – of a designer disenchanted by his greedy company ripping off customers, who then decided to set up his own company and produce a better and less expensive product. The production values were also almost identical, alerting me to the likelihood of both being scams by the same merchant. Caveat emptor!

  25. I just received my xone after 6 weeks, with a 2600 mAh battery and was offered a 10% payback. Anybody knowing I there is a more power full Oukitel battery that fits the xone?

  26. Well Im honest enough to say I got sucked in by the advert, although I was pretty wasted at the time, and bought one these. Not only did it take 3 weeks to get here  its not an X one phone but a cheap OUKITEL C15 pro that I could bought at half the price. Sure its an ok phone for my usage but Im a little pissed of at the fake advertising ( it even comes in a X One phone box, with no instructions) but I guess the rule of life that if it looks to good to be true it probably is. Lesson learnt and I wish I had researched and found this site before I bought into this scam 🙁  .

  27. So glad you made the video! My son was highly suspicious of the product. I wanted a newer phone, and this seemed to fit the bill, but he kept saying I should try Samsung = tried and tested. So I did some digging around. I think UK Trading Standards should be informed, and similar action taken all over the world. YouTube should pull their 'non-advert' too. Many thanks!

  28. I fell for it also. It came yesterday – a C15 Pro. Just got an email reply Hyperstech "be assured you have got the right phone". So there IS no XOne phone as such. 10% Discount available if I want to keep it. Just after I placed the order, I realized the mistake, and rang my bank, who said they could take action, if the company wouldn't cancel the order. The company said it had been processed, too late, but I could return it. So maybe the bank can help. Like one commenter said, a group action would be good/best, but how to do that? Maybe as one did contacting the Daily Mail or other paper, would be good.

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