We go to extraordinary efforts here at leanshelf to ensure that the data within our all Specifications pages is accurate and up-to-date.
We have unique relationships with many manufacturers who provide us with product information starting from before an official phone’s announcement through to its launch. Where possible, we verify this information during our review process. Additionally, we love phones so we’re always checking and double checking our data, often in combination with user feedback from you, our readers.
Even given our herculean efforts we can not guarantee that the information on our Phone Specifications page is 100% correct.
If a particular specification is vital to you, we always recommend checking with the phone seller and the best way to start is by visiting their website directly.
If you think that any information for the current phone is wrong or missing, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Now for the legalese.
leanshelf is not responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the results obtained from the use of this information. All information on this site is provided “as is,” with no guarantee of completeness, accuracy, timeliness or the results obtained from the use of this information.
Our writers and editors are never made aware of which companies may have established affiliate relationships with our business team prior to making their picks. If readers choose to buy the products we recommend as a result of our research, analysis, interviews, and testing, our work is often (but not always) supported through an affiliate commission from the retailer when they make a purchase. If readers return their purchases because they’re dissatisfied or the recommendation is bad, we make nothing. There’s no incentive for us to pick inferior products or respond to pressure from manufacturers—in fact, it’s quite the opposite. We think that’s a pretty fair system that keeps us committed to serving our readers first.
The most important thing to us is the trust we have from readers. If we were to recommend something because we are biased or lazy, readers like you wouldn’t support our work. We also invite you to fact-check our pieces, which carefully outline the time, logic, and energy spent researching, interviewing experts, and testing the gear. Often, this takes dozens—sometimes even hundreds—of hours. Each guide plainly lays out all the evidence for why we made our picks so you can judge for yourself.
What if the thing I want isn’t on your site?
Email or tweet at us to let us know if you need help figuring out a particular buying problem. Our staff—made of smart and curious people who love to investigate reader questions—may be able to help.
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