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Supreme is Coming Up With Its Own Burner Phone

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It looks like Supreme is making its way into the mobile phone industry. The streetwear brand has unveiled its fall/winter 2019 product catalog and surprisingly, it includes a feature phone they refer to as the Burner Phone.

According to its description, the phone is manufactured by Blu and comes with 3G capabilities. It's likely a pre-existing model that was rebranded as part of Blu's collaboration with Supreme.

Other features of the device include a dual SIM slot, a 2.4-inch display, and a built-in camera. It also includes 128MB of internal memory and a 16GB memory card, which is already included upon purchase.

The device also carries Supreme's trademark white-on-red logo on the back and the home screen.

Knowing Supreme's history, it's very possible that this burner phone won't come cheap. The device will likely launch with a flagship price.

Supreme's fall/winter 2019 catalog will be released on August 22nd in its New York, Los Angeles, Paris, and London stores.


To learn more about this device, visit Supreme's website.



Source: PhoneArena 

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  1. Aren't 3G phones being phased out?

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  2. It is just for show...people have multiple phones so they will use it for calls basically and everything else on the smartphone.

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  3. and who is supreme, never heard of them :( ..

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    1. Supreme is an American skateboarding shop and clothing brand. They kind of look like they are trying to be a small scale wanna be Sharper Image type of business.

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  4. Which carriers are still letting 3G-only phones on their network, and for how much longer?

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  5. AT&T still allows 3G only phones, and voice traffic is carried almost completely on 3G. I don't believe they've announced a cut-off transition date, and have been slow to implement VoLTE.
    If this is an existing model, it's likely GSM only, so T-Mobile would be the only other contender. T-Mobile will probably allow it on the network, and it probably won't work well many places. T-Mobile is well on the way to killing off 3G & 2G.

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