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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 96661 1-Feb-2012 17:09 Send private message

Hey all,

Looking to move on from my LG Optimus 2x. I am a very heavy power user (used for my business freuqently) and thinking about moving on to a windows phone device. Thought I would offer it to everyone on Geekzone for what I believe is a fair price.

Looking for $400 + shipping (probably around $10) - I have original packaging and package contents.

It is in perfect condition, cant find a scratch or mark on it.

I also have purchased a micro HDMI to HDMI cable for it which I will throw in for free (Can stream HD video off the phone).

There have been a few small issues which seem to have been fixed by LG. It also is supported by Cyanogen mod.

Currently it is running the stock firmware on android 2.3

Tegra 2, 1.0Ghz dual core powered.

For more information I would recommend

or googling LG Optimus 2x P990.

This is fully unlocked and works on Vodafone or 2Degrees NZ.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 576069 1-Feb-2012 21:00 Send private message

Should add that it is less than a year old and still under warranty.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 577441 5-Feb-2012 09:23 Send private message

will take offers

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