In this day and age, smartphones are overconfident to affirm their position in the ranks of people who are not separated from people in life. Nearly every important need from studying and working to entertainment is very helpful for smartphones. Therefore, the new generations kept making loud rumors, contributing to making the shops grow like mushrooms to serve the needs of the people.
So have you ever wondered, "Why are the smartphones available on the shelves that are never sold out, but have to be selected?"
The iPhone placed on display shelves should never be sold.
Smartphone is not a milk box at the supermarket
The above question also comes mainly from the psychology of going to the market or buying supermarket of many brothers and sisters who are or are paying attention. At the supermarket stalls, the product will be sold and selected directly, without having to take a look at the model and store it as a smartphone operation. However, all due to the calculations and general characteristics of the product, it is impossible to compare smartphones with a bunch of vegetables and cans of milk.
If the smartphone on the shelf is allowed to be sold, the biggest and most obvious drawback is: That is no longer "raw seal" anymore. The feeling of buying a new device is 100%, still in the box, manually removing the seal and opening the machine is a factor that many people hunt, create a satisfying experience in every moment from waiting until owning it.
The value of a product is therefore preserved, unaffected by any foreign factors before returning to the real owner. This has been and will continue to be a common standard that many people consider important, a must-have when buying new technology.
Potential risks of smartphones when exhibited
Not unboxing, smashing the box is only a small part of the experience, and the following downsides are really the main issues to be mindful of.
The smartphone that has been placed on the shelf is definitely activated for use, gradually losing its quality and lifespan over time. It is impossible to know whether the machine is beyond the ability to be hit by something or not, as well as the dirty, fingerprint … by many people. All components in the machine must operate and turn on all day and night for customers to try on-site, certainly not ideal conditions in the long run.
Batteries and screens are two things that will work the most out of normal demand. Below is a picture of an iPhone X displayed in the United States that suffers from a "burn-in" error on the screen that it is difficult to use normally:
"Burn-in" is a phenomenon that occurs when the screen continuously displays a fixed image for too long. At that time, the image will be haunted, becoming a shadow on the screen. This is common in older generations of monitors, which have been upgraded recently but have not been completely removed. At least the LCD screens and OLEDs will not worry about sticking forever, only a temporary break will return to normal.
Many of these reasons, whether or not they are more than enough to make people shake their heads, even when someone offers to sell the display with a scary "chestnut" price. That's why some brands also produce show-only lots – such as Samsung – that look like genuine new brands but omit some features, leaving only the necessary ones. to experience.