“Anti-smartphone addiction” Duoqin Qin 3 now available for pre-order

The Duoqin Qin 3 series of smartphone are created in a way that users can slim down their usage, and now its available for pre-order

The newest smartphones in the Qin 3 series from Duoqin have just gone on sale. The newest Qin models are the Qin 2 series’ successors, and the entire family of gadgets was created to help people break their dependence on their smartphones.

Duoqin is an ecological brand that is supported by the Chinese tech juggernaut Xiaomi. The company introduced this line of smartphones to address the rising problem of smartphone addiction in China; the most recent model, the Qin 3 series, also includes anti addiction systems.

The Qin 3, Qin 3 Pro, and Qin 3 Ultra are the three models that make up the Qin 3 lineup. Pre-orders for the Duoqin Qin 3 series have now started in China, according to the company. The Qin 3 is available in a 4GB + 64GB configuration, the Qin 3 Pro in a 6GB + 128GB configuration, and the Qin 3 Ultra in the largest 8GB + 256GB configuration.

The price of the Qin 3 starts at 999 Yuan (about ₱8,085), while the Qin 3 Pro and Qin 3 Ultra are priced at 1,399 Yuan (about ₱11,302) and 1,599 Yuan (or around ₱12,941), respectively.

According to an official statement, the devices have a 5.5-inch display (although the Ultra model has a smaller 5.05-inch screen) and come equipped with a third-generation anti-addiction system that enables parents to help their children establish healthy technological boundaries.

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