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Founder of popular “$4 smartphone company” arrested for fraud

The founder of Ringing Bells, the company behind the Freedom 251 smartphone that sold for less than $4, has been arrested for fraud.
Mitja RutnikFebruary 24, 20173025 shares
 

Failure to launch: 6 devices we’re still waiting for

Crowdfunding has kick started a number of great products, but for every success there are some failures. Here are six devices that we are still waiting for.
Robert TriggsJuly 27, 20161307 shares
 

The $4 smartphone is supposedly shipping from June 30

Ringing Bells will only be able to deliver a fraction of what it promised – about 200,000 units of the $4 smartphone will ship out starting on June 30.
Bogdan PetrovanJune 25, 20161057 shares
 

That sketchy-as-hell $4 smartphone maker is under police investigation for the Freedom 251

Ringing Bells is under police investigation for their suspiciously inexpensive Freedom 251 smartphone.
John DyeMarch 28, 20161592 shares
 

First 30,000 Freedom 251 phones paid for, but won’t be manufactured in India

Ringing Bells will be importing components into India in order to meet demand for some 2.5 million units of its $4 Freedom 251 smartphone.
Robert TriggsFebruary 25, 2016346 shares
 

$4 smartphone Freedom 251 receives 50 million registrations, to ship 2.5 million units

Ringing Bells wasn’t quite ready for such a large demand, but they will be shipping the 2.5 million Freedom 251 devices they have at the ready on a first come, first serve basis.
John DyeFebruary 20, 2016437 shares
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