Despite the fact that mobile phones are now available to almost everyone, much of it still continues to be imported on the 'gray', semi-legal schemes. Often this is due to the fact that the importing company seeks to capitalize on them as much as possible, while spending minimal means. As a result, imported so phone is cheaper, but does not have any guarantee from the manufacturer.
The mobile phone has now almost everyone who prefers trends and constantly changing models, others can use one for a few years. But absolutely everyone wants to buy only high quality genuine products.
Before purchasing you need to know how to check the authenticity of the phone and tell the original from a fake. But apart from that, not to be deceived, you need to follow a few simple rules:
- Do not buy from passers-by. Usually they sell devices are cheaper than they attract, but the life of the much smaller, and there are no guarantees. The same applies to the purchase of mobile handheld devices used.
- Do not get the goods in the store with a dubious reputation, it is better to pay to the representatives of large dealer networks.
- Remember not only the appearance of the original, but also to learn about the purchase specifications.
The easiest and most accurate way to verify the authenticity of the unit to
To do this, refer to this concept as the IMEI-code that is present in every device. This is a special individual number, it sets the manufacturer. It consists of a large number of digits: the first 6 - is the number of series, and then 2 - is a code for the country in which the apparatus was produced, and after a further 6 digits indicating the serial number, the last number - is a special provision, by means of which the originality is determined.
Before you check your phone for authenticity by IMEI, you must first know where to look. To do this, open the lid of the device and remove the battery, as it is beneath IMEI and serial number.