The Dumbest Smartphone?! - Durability Test!
Sometimes people yearn for the simple life. And that simple life... can be expensive. This 'Light Phone 2' is a very expensive $300 minimalist smartphone. The Light Phone 2 is dumbed down to just handle the basics. Texting, calling, but can still be a hotspot for a laptop or 2nd device if needed. Making this the dumbest smartphone weve tested so far. Or is it the smartest dumb phone... who knows. You can check out the light phone yourself here: www.thelightphone.com/ This video is obviously not sponsored.
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