The F(x)tec Pro 1 is a very odd name for a smartphone, and it has all the DNA of a Nokia Communicator.
Nokia’s Communicator design still continues to inspire many devices long after we saw the last one. Some took a look at the recently announced Samsung Galaxy Fold and while it lacks a hardware QWERTY keyboard, the design style reminded them of a Communicator.
And now, we have been introduced to the F(x)tec Pro 1. It has a fill touchscreen display, and hidden underneath that is a hardware QWERTY keyboard. Let’s have a quick look at the specs before I proceed.
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