New York, NY, August 11, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Well-known cross-border online shop TinyDeal.com
has joined hands with an emerging phone maker named Axgio in a cooperation that may deeply influence the future of both the companies, or even the B2C industry.
TinyDeal will use all its power to spread the brand name of Axgio to online shoppers all over the world, and in return, the phone maker will offer most favored prices to TinyDeal.
“This is a long-term cooperation, which is aimed to benefit consumers to a larger extent. For example, Axgio
’s new product Neon N1 is about 50 US dollars cheaper than any other smartphone with the same preferences,” said Isabel Cheung, a senior marketing manager of TinyDeal.
Axgio Neon N1 is presold on TinyDeal.com for USD99.99 with the hardware of 720P 5-inch HD display, MTK6582 4-core processor, 1GB RAM, 8GB ROM and 8MP camera. The writer has not found any similar phone priced as low as this by far. Besides, the smartphone runs on Neonado OS, an overhauled Android operating system.
“The custom-made operating system was developed by Axgio itself. You can see they want to bring something different into the industry, instead of earning money just by joining components and parts together. That’s partly why we chose them as our partner among thousands of obscure mobile phone makers here,” revealed Ms. Cheung.
According to insiders, TinyDeal is now implementing a package of plans to support burgeoning technology companies in Southeast China, where the online shop is headquartered.
The battles among China’s cross-border online shops have turned to the field of supply chain, where quality providers are comparatively in lack. So TinyDeal gives a hand to those small companies which are rich in ideals but short of fame, in an effort to build a reassuring supplying network via its own power.
“Well, they (TinyDeal) are a big company, they have tens of millions of customers, they have a robust advertising network, and they have promised to promote us with all the resources. Both sides expect a good result, and a good result is good for both sides,” said Jacob Lin, general manager of Axgio. He added that his company agreed to TinyDeal’s vision of helping customers try more of the world’s fancies at affordable prices.
By the way, TinyDeal will have some sweepstakes to promote Axgio’s products on its website in a few days to come, when the N1 may be sold with a ridiculously low price.