Unboxing the $399 Foldable Phone.

Escobar Fold 2 Unboxing – the $399 Foldable Smartphone. It’s a bizarre and interesting story,…

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23 Comments on “Unboxing the $399 Foldable Phone.”

  1. I'd like to clarify (in case it wasn't clear), that I'm not in any way associated with the company, and don't (by any means!) endorse the product. I was also definitely not paid to make this. This was just a case of me trying to be a curious customer and see what was actually going on behind the scenes. If you watch till the end hopefully this will make sense.


  2. I don’t like how Escobar Inc. is claiming they will Overtake Samsung and Apple even IF the “Fold 2” is a SAMSUNG GALAXY FOLD, it’s just MODIFIED.
    Apple is not selling “Worthless Products’’ some people LOVE Apple Products.

  3. This video – while the usual high quality mrwhosetheboss content – has an april fools-feel about it imo and the company feels like a parody of… Something, I don't know what.

  4. Should we care tho even tho its money laundering? I mean, in the end, your getting a cheaper high quality phone

    Because if you start to question if its moral to buy it, thats where you have to start to question buying chinese phones

  5. When I entered the giveaway for the s20 I selected visit YouTube and it took me on ur channel. When I went back on to the link it said I have no entries. Does this still mean I am in the giveaway?

  6. so pretty much you can buy this thing take off the stickers change the wallpaper and sell it online for $1500? that is some scam type shit right there AND IM ALL FOR IT!

  7. im 200% conviced that that phone is spying on you, the moment i got that i would do a odin re installation of the entire OS provided by samsung

  8. RIPSamsung, yet they sell samsung phones with stickers on them. Also I highly doubt their story, even if retailers had overstock of the phone, they could easily get rid of them by selling them for more than the $399 Escobar is charging. Either a scam or a money laundry scheme.

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