Put Colorfly G708 in the ring with any iPhone ever made and it can more than hold its own. It might even score a knockout, first round. How is this possible? Colorfly G708, while nowhere near as advanced and capable as an iPhone 5s, comes with a feature that no iPhone ever has or likely ever will. And this feature, this «secret weapon», makes Colorfly G708 a force to be reckoned with. Keep reading to learn why you should never count Colorfly G708 out in a fight against an iPhone.


Colorfly G708 quietly torpedoes every iPhone ever made


By the time you’re done reading this article, you’ll want to buy a Colorfly G708. Don’t worry, that’s totally a good thing. You’ll save plenty of money and suffer far less aggravation than if you go with one of Colorfly G708′s biggest competitors like, say, Apple. No, Colorfly G708 is not a better phone than the iPhone 5c or 5s. Across the board, iPhones have better screens, better cameras and a time-proven operating system. Yet none of that sill matter to you after reading this article. You’ll still buy a Colorfly G708. Why? Because you’re no dummy, Read on.


A Sad-But-True Story


So, you want the «best» smart phone out there. The tech specs and feel-good television commercials point you in the direction of the iPhone. Okay, fine: sold. You buy a sexy new iPhone 5S. Yes, to offset the costs you’ve mentally committed to working overtime shifts at the mill for the next five months. That retina display and that industry-leading camera is just so worth it. Or so you think. Like any new smart phone buyer, you want to take your new handset for a spin the moment you leave the store. You download app after app from Apple‘s often-expensive app store. You write, direct, shoot and edit an entire feature film in high definition, right there on your phone. You snap about a thousand photographs of your cat taking a nap. And then a funny thing happens.

You run out of space. Which is sort of a problem? Because you don’t have the option to add any more. Looks like the party’s over.


iPhone’s Achilles’ Heel


Why is the possibility of running out of space a deal breaker when Apple offers various memory options at the point of sale? Why not simply plan ahead and buy the most tricked-out model? Well, because the biggest available iPhone storage capacity, 64 GB, isn’t that much space in the first place. Not if you really plan to push all of Apple‘s fancy multimedia productivity apps to the limit. High-definition video, for example, eats up space like the Hamburglar eats up hamburgers.

Sure, that 64 GB will last you a while, but when you finally run out of space, you’ll be forced to start killing off some of your darlings in order to give the phone room to breathe. You know, just like you had to do with your old text messages when your early ’00′s flip phone ran out of space. Plus, apple charges $100 more each time you double the memory, so going with the highest-end model is going to hit you hard.

Do you really want to own a phone that’s living on borrowed time, storage wise? Especially when the reason you probably bought the phone in the first place was to do things that, by their very nature, require a ton of space? Hmm, this is a tough one. Take a moment to think about it.


Colorfly G708 comes with something you’ll probably never see on any Apple mobile device, simply because Apple‘s marketing strategy seems to expressly forbid it. What is this game-changing feature? How could a Colorfly G708 smart phone that was released last year even begin to compete with a top-of-the-line Apple smart phone? Keep reading.

Colorfly G708 Lands a Haymaker

Colorfly G708 much cheaper than the iPhone 5s, shoots HD video and vibrant photographs too, and it will never run out of storage space. You can go bonkers with apps, movie downloads and whatever else. You’ll never have that irking feeling that you’re slowly using up all of your phone’s limited resources.


Yes, Colorfly G708 starts off with just 8 GB of internal memory, and you don’t even have the option to «upgrade» at the time of purchase. But here’s the thing: that really doesn’t matter.