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Topic # 101675 6-May-2012 13:29
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Anyone? Looking for a good smartphone in good condition. Android for preference, 3.5 inch+ screen, MDPI (320*480)+ resolution, got to have or be upgradable to gingerbread. Prefer it with standard rom instead of a custom cyanogen or miui etc. Decent camera is a must. Would be great if it still had boxes and manuals, but not a must.

Don't know what is out there for this price so just putting this out there to see.

Thanks
Paul




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  Reply # 620430 6-May-2012 13:35
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vodafone or telecom?

vodafone : samsung galaxy gio







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  Reply # 621446 8-May-2012 09:44
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Was looking at 2 degrees/vodafone. Should have said.
Cheers for that, been having a look at the gio, but was not too sure about it.




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  Reply # 621454 8-May-2012 09:53
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Sony Xperia X10i. Purchased from Vodafone NZ and had little use due to the free Galaxy S2 I procured shortly after getting this phone.

Has the standard issue gingerbread ROM with original manuals, box, charger etc.

$300

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  Reply # 621458 8-May-2012 09:56
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paulmilbank: Was looking at 2 degrees/vodafone. Should have said.
Cheers for that, been having a look at the gio, but was not too sure about it.


I've asked my folks to send me a Huawei Ascend G300 from the UK (100ukp from Vodafone UK). If you know anyone there you could try the same?



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  Reply # 621585 8-May-2012 12:39
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jonb:
paulmilbank: Was looking at 2 degrees/vodafone. Should have said.
Cheers for that, been having a look at the gio, but was not too sure about it.


I've asked my folks to send me a Huawei Ascend G300 from the UK (100ukp from Vodafone UK). If you know anyone there you could try the same?




Is it locked??




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  Reply # 621595 8-May-2012 12:50
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Yes. Might not be such a good deal..


Some people say it can be unlocked for free if the person asks nicely in the shop
http://android.modaco.com/topic/353658-free-unlocking/page__st__20

The OP might be best getting a second hand galaxy S  or something..



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  Reply # 621905 8-May-2012 21:22
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polglase: Sony Xperia X10i. Purchased from Vodafone NZ and had little use due to the free Galaxy S2 I procured shortly after getting this phone.

Has the standard issue gingerbread ROM with original manuals, box, charger etc.

$300


Sorry mate, more that I was looking to spend. I think the search is off, thanks for the suggestions and comments.




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