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The phone that’s about to kill the iPhone, knock out Motorola and shoot down Samsung is heading for China right now. Here’s the full story on why one startup is on its way to wiping out the biggest names in the telecom business.
YOU could scoop up 1,802% in the next 98 days by getting in first with Star8 (STRH)... Then
hang on for what could be as much as 5,200%+
in the next 6 months on this iPhone killer
Dear Aggressive Investor,
Being VERY early on real, world-changing technologies is the time-honored road to rapidly creating wealth.
That’s what smart people do that makes them rich.
They not only seem to know things before other people catch on—they take action on them.
**Riding HOT TREND in the world’s fast growing consumer market.
**Could be set to replace
iPhone in Asia
Sell half at $0.90;
hold balance to $1.89
Important to note: STRH trades on the
Pink Sheets. Please invest wisely.
That’s why you must pay immediate attention to a Hong Kong-based company called Star8 (STRH).
Because, STRH has a breakthrough plan that could find it on the brink of dominating the second-world smartphone market.
Because of that, there could be a lot of money up for grabs in the coming days... as much as an 1,802% gain over the next 98 days!
Don’t miss out on the next wave of China investing... access to the world’s new great consumer market could be a home run for people who Act Now!
Star8 (STRH) looks to be one of the finest tech opportunities in the market today... with the powerful potential to rapidly multiply your money as much as 18X!
Chances like this slip away from you fast.
While most of Wall Street was scratching its head trying to figure out Amazon.com, farsighted investors... the first ones in made 6,904% in 18 months.
69X their money in less than two years!
Latecomers had to wait four long years to grab the next 500%.
Get In Early With A Pioneer...
Then, Get Out Rich!
Early investors who got the Blackberry idea made 1,410% on Research in Motion in one year. The stragglers took home 229%.
The evidence is clear throughout the stock market’s history.
First chances are better than second chances.
Super-smart is better than pretty smart.
First chances set you up for life.
Because of that, don’t let Star8 slip through your fingers.
Here’s what’s going on today, with STRH.
Why China’s Utter Disdain For Apple Inc.
Could Mean An 1,802% Reward For You
I’m a capitalist. I like profits.
But that 16-gig, $850 phone that Apple sells?
They’re manufacturing look-alikes for less than $100 in China. Of course, those cheap knock-offs aren’t as sophisticated as an iPhone.
And this is what makes Star8 so different.
It looks to be trailblazing the middle ground in China... where 600 million people will be middle class in the next five years.
Star8 is making a smartphone... in China for China... that is not some cheap, flimsy phone knockoff
Nor is it an expensive phone aimed at rich people.
Perfecting The Perfect Smartphone Could
Lead Star8 To Pulchritudinous Profits
What Star8 is manufacturing for markets other than the United States is something that may not have existed on a global scale until now... what could be the perfect smartphone.
Because of that... STRH’s upside could be unlimited... its low-priced shares could explode overnight.
Star8’s Axiom Tracker smartphone is priced to win in markets where growth is still exploding at a rate that is four and five times faster than in developed, first-world countries.
Thanks to Star8, a mere $100 to $200, will soon buy a top-of-the-line Android phone in China...
Again, this is not a knock off. It is a new brand.
And it will stand in the iPhone, Razr, Nexus class – at less than a fourth of the cost.
The Future Started Last Month, Don’t You Wait Until
Next Year To Buy STRH’s Low-Priced Shares
STRH’s Axiom smartphone is a serious contender to grab sales from all the makers of expensive phones.
They were yesterday’s winners.
In China, they’re about to be tomorrow’s losers.
You can put a Star8’s Axiom Tracker right next to the expensive iPhone or Samsung Galaxy.
The Axiom has room for plenty of apps, a beautiful touch screen, advanced Android operating system, and full texting, email and communications functions.
And, its low price... $200 or less...is for outright ownership.
Apple’s iPhone Simply Cannot Compete In China
Price is important in China and other second world countries where the carrier does not subsidize the price of a smartphone... as happens in the U.S.
In China, people change carriers just by going in a store and picking up a new SIM card.
Apple and Samsung, with their super expensive phones cannot compete at this level. Just can’t.
There are several reasons why, as I’ll show you.
But know this, Star8 s a company that is now raising the money it needs to begin production.
It’s already signed contracts to sell its phones globally.
That means you could have a brief window of opportunity to get into STRH while its shares still trade well under $1.
But You Must MAKE YOUR MOVE NOW WITH STAR8 (STRH)... A Pioneering Company With An EPIC Plan To Corner The Smartphone Market In Asia And Beyond
Because STRH is still in its startup phase, you are still able to why Star8’s shares at well below $1.
But its phones are about to hit the market in China.
Sales contracts are coming in from Latin American and Africa.
My forecast is that this stock could go parabolic on us.
I expect it could rapidly rocket up 1,802% in the next three or four months.
This canny little startup is way beyond the dream and wish stage.
Star8 was quietly working on its business plan, its product design, and its business strategy for the past two years.
Now it is new to the U.S. stock market, raising the money to go ahead.
Star8 Is Already Moving On Three Continents!
Star8’s Axiom Tracker phone is coming to China first.
Frankly, I wouldn’t be surprised to see Star8 phones at Wal-Mart in a few years. Like so much else that comes from China.
But first, Star8 plans to dominate a market that would make all Wal-Mart’s stores put together look like the small booths at the flea market.
The company has opened its first sales and administrative office in Hong Kong.
From there, it’s also marketing to Canada, Singapore, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Taiwan, Africa, and Latin America through existing relationships.
I predict huge success because the Axiom Tracker is perfect for markets that—unlike the U.S.—are based on prepaid phones.
There’s A Worldwide Need For Star8’s Smartphone
Less than $0.50
$.91 in four months
$2.60 in two years
Hitting Chinese market first.
Orders from Africa and Latin America are coming in now.
Potential could be 5,200%
in the next two years
Star8 is aiming straight at the massive global demand for premium phones that middle class and working class people struggling to get ahead can afford.
This has been the neglected space in mobile phones.
And now it is the ONLY segment of the market still offering high growth.
Star8 estimates its market space is 1 billion potential new phone buyers looking high-tech smart phones at cheaper prices.
They also see another 1 billion potential buyers in the same class in the rest of the emerging economies of Latin America, Southeast Asia and Africa.
These waiting buyers aren’t going to be Apple customers.
They aren’t going to sign contracts like we do in the U.S.
Because the real price of our cheap phones is more than they can pay.
The average two-year phone contract in the U.S. actually costs $1,600 to $2,500. Apple has been hiding its phone costs like a prize in the Cracker Jack box.
And in China, nobody’s buying it anymore.
If Star8 Grabs The Global Brass Ring... You Will Alread Be Positioned For What Could
Be A Mega Payday!
If you live in a First-World country, it could be hard to imagine what Star8 phones mean for the world.
In some places, village women go into business by owning a cell phone and letting others make calls.
A cell phone can mean emergency medical advice, help for farmers with crop information, reaching family members who had to leave for economic reasons. For those who are better off, it’s status.
This is the market that has Apple is running scared.
iPhone Can’t Defeat The Food-Or-Phone Dilemma
Apple can’t meet its demands in developing countries... because Apple cannot make a phone cheap enough.
Apple supports a huge research, design and engineering staff. The only phone it can sell for a profit is an expensive one.
We’re looking at an Apple fail in the global phone market.
And that means more room for Star8.
Even 5% of a global $2 billion market is $100 million in sales.
That’s why my forecast is +1,802% in the next four months.
It’s why you could see your $5,000 stake in Star8 (STRH) rapidly grow into $90,100 by springtime.... Or go forward to give you as much as a potential $260,000 if you hold on while the latecomers pile in.
Because Star8 is beamed in on the greatest mobile phone growth market in the world. And Apple is practically blocked out...
China Mobile Tells iPhone Bug Off!
Watch Star8 Invade The Space Apple Leaves Behind
In the U.S. only 25% of
cell phones are prepaid
In Western Europe
70% are prepaid
In China 95%
In Africa 99%
That’s why the rest of the world is a perfect market for Star8’s sleek Axiom Tracker.
In China, users buy the phone first, then get a SIM card from one of the phone companies. They can keep the same phone and change mobile carriers any time they want.
Mobile phone growth is unbelievable right now. Gartner Group says 162.9 million smart phones sold around the world last quarter.
And Apple and Samsung have had almost half of that market.
No wonder everyone was piling into Apple stock this fall.
Don’t you do it.
Apple’s iPhone boom is over.
The latest selloff in APPL stock is not nervousness, or something to do with the economy or fiscal cliff. It’s a serious change of fortunes.
Here’s the story that’s
not making front pages!
China doesn’t want Apple around.
China Mobile—the biggest carrier in China with 703 million customers—refuses to carry the iPhone. Won’t stock it.
China Unicom, the second largest company is curtailing iPhones, too. They cost too much, and cut into its profits.
The Profit Making Secret Of
Overpriced doesn’t cut it in China where only a few people can pay top dollar.
That’s why cheap, locally made smart-phones have grown to 20% of the market.
They even have a name for these locally made phone—shanzhai.
TV ads tell people its patriotic to buy these made-in-China phones.
Most of them are low-margin cheap handsets.
But, the phones are bottom of the pile.
There’s no texting, Internet surfing or getting Word files by phone.
And now China’s middle class wants something better.
Because of that – between the very bottom and the very top – Star8’s can find a potential 1 billion Chinese customers who want a luxury-style phone, like Star8’s Axiom...
A smartphone with sizzling technology for middle-of –the-road prices.
This massive market is why STRH could be poised to deliver you as much as 1,802% in the next 98 days... as word gets out about Star8’s plan to sweep into the Chinese market!
Played At The Right Time, Some Pocket Change For A
Tiny Slice Of Star8 Could Become A Fortune Maker
There is nothing else like this in the mobile phone craze. It will change the lineup of winners and losers in the long run.
What Star8 has to offer is unique at its price point.
Star8’s Axiom Android phone is targeted for buyers who really want the latest Razr, Nexus, or iPhone5 but can’t afford it.
STRH’s Axiom looks to be a full-feature, sleek beauty... and, STRH says its Axiom Messaging Suite has it all:
||Mobile Email with support for all types of email accounts
||Address Book, Calendar
||Attachment handling – including the ability to Word files and pdfs
Direct connection to Facebook and Twitter
||All the high-level Android capabilities
And soon, Star8 says it could be set to unveil its own tablet computer.
How Star8 (STRH) Got The World’s Best Tablet and
Telecom Programmers To Come To Work Free
You may wonder how a new, small company can step into the global telecom and tablet competition and succeed.
More than 1,000 people at Apple spent four years and $150 million developing the iPhone.
Microsoft spent 8 years and $1.5 figuring out how to make, then market, a program for tablet computers.
Star8 didn’t spend a dime for the operating system that runs its smartphone and planned tablet computer.
Star8’s secret... “open source.”
The Smartphone Secret That’s Driving Star8
You see, Android programs are open source code.
Any company can use it if they agree to conditions. That’s why Android phones are the most popular operating system in the world. That’s why they have the most apps and features.
That means Star8, its Axiom smartphone and whatever products it could bring to market the road will NEVER be out of date... including the tablet computer on its drawing board now.
The Axiom is using Android Gingerbread version, the most stable and most widely programmed for system in the world.
Plus, the Chinese are experts in reverse engineering, copying and improving inventions of all types.
So Star8 never has to employ a team of 50 programmers and spend millions keeping engineers on salary.
It can outsource that to the shanzhai companies... only for a much more upscale product.
That’s why it can hit the streets so fast...
That’s Star8 could turn a $5,000 investment now into $90,100 by springtime... turn $25,000 into as much as $450,500.
That’s why Star8 is the future and Apple is in the rear view mirror.
Look At The Big Money Leaving Apple—
Is Why Star8 Looks Destined To Be Hot
Apple’s bad news is too big to hide. Institutions and brokerages have been pulling out since early November.
They’re trying to unload as fast and quietly as they can.
Because at the end of December or early January, a lot of mutual funds will have to disclose their top holdings.
Then in March or April the earnings whispers and next quarterly reports will grab headlines.
Then everyone will know Apple’s bad news.
The same thing is happening to all the big mobile phone names. Apple’s in a sell off. Google, too. And Motorola looks to be next.
But, the shakeout on the global smartphone scene could find Star8 rising fast...
Because, what’s going on is global mobile phone trends point to saturation at the top.
That’s where all the big names of the past were making their money.
Now it looks to be Star8’s turn.
Low-Cost Tablets The Next Worldwide Sweet Spot
The Axiom Tracker already looks like it’s destined to be a hit.
Next Star8 says it plans to release an affordable table, the Axiom Tab.
Tablet computers have an even more powerful allure to developing countries. A tablet computer handles information even better than a cell phone.
But if I were you, I’d make my move sooner. Let me tell you why Star8 merits your very serious attention today.
||Apple Is Taking a Nosedive! Mobile phone sales are drying up in developed countries like the U.S., and Apple iPhones are too expensive for poor countries. Ditto Samsung, Motorola and Blackberry.
||There’s a Big New Hole in the Market to Fill. Between them, Apple and Samsung account for almost half the sales of mobile phones in the U.S. and a giant share of global sales. As they lose sales, a big new space opens up for competitors with products to reach the niches where Apple and Samsung are losing out.
||Super-cheap Phones Aren’t What the People Want Anymore. The day of the “burner” phone in emerging countries is over. It used to be that having any cell phone was high status. Now only a good looking, smart phone counts. People need connections to the web as well as phone power.
||China Has 1 Billion Customers Waiting. Forget Shanghai and Beijing. The rest of China is huge with a fast-growing middle class. A likely 1 billion of them ready to buy a cell phone next year. And 1 billion more in Latin America, Africa and Southeast Asia.
||Prepaid Phone Plans Favor Star8. Cell phone makers had it easy in the U.S. where carriers subsidized the cost of a phone for customers who signed up to long contacts. In the rest of the world, prepaid phones are preferred. And in China that’s 95% of the market. Axiom phones are priced for direct to consumer sales.
||Prepaid Popularity Growing. U.S. customers are starting to rebel, too. We usually have “postpaid” plans. Prepaid was for the poor. But that’s changing rapidly. This year, postpaid phone subscriptions fell for the first time. The big carriers have been reaming people. More people want to buy their phone outright and shop for carriers who treat them right. That’s why I say you’ll see Axiom phones in Wal-Mart yet.
||Forever-Fresh Technology. Apple, Microsoft... all the big names spent millions every year on research and programming development. But Star8 can pick up the latest Android operating code free. Then turn to a trusted Chinese manufacturer to make its phones with the latest technology. This means constant upgrades and development at practically no overhead cost. And bigger profits down the line.
||The Stock Is Priced For What Could Be A Serious Run. Still well under $1 a share, you could likely see 1,802% gains on STRH quickly. And in the longer run this could be a chance at 5,200%. Turn $20,000 into $360,000... then hang on for as much as $1,040,000 down the road!
ALWAYS BUY A PIONEER AS EARLY AS YOU CAN...
That Means ACT NOW On Star8 (STRH)!
I am convinced that we could be one of the very first people to publish finding on Star8... that’s a huge advantage for you... because you could be first in... a highly advantageous position.
I am also convinced that when Wall Street discovers Star8’s global potential, other smart analysts will place a forward value on STRH shares in the $1 to $3 to range.
This is why you must act now while this new-to-the-stock-market startup company is still within what could be its ground-floor price range.
Please act today so you won’t miss out on inexpensive smartphone revolution. Buy Star8 (STRH) at the market as soon as you are possibly able, while its shares trade for well under $1.
Editor, Wall Street Revelator
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