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# 148959 6-Jul-2014 21:36
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Hi All,

What I have here is a (broken) functional Nokia Lumia 1020 in Yellow - it fell and smashed the screen however the phone itself is fully functional. Would be great for somebody with patience to replace the glass (the panel is fine) else just use it for parts or as is with the smashed screen as long as you don't mind glass in your finger.

As you've possibly guessed, no, this does not come with warranty but it is 3 months old, it is an awesome phone and this one is running Windows Phone 8.1 like an absolute champ. The 41mp camera on it is also amazing with full manual controls and long exposure etc.

Here are some photos of the damage: https://imgur.com/a/sqltE

Just make me a serious offer below if you want it, it comes with a charger, USB cable and the camera grip case (which also charges the phone). Since you're buying a broken phone it is as-is and comes with absolutely no warranty. If it also decides to kill your cat or anything of that nature I'll also not be held responsible.

Also PeterReader - I don't need your blurb ;)

 

 

 

--This is now sold--




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  # 1082076 6-Jul-2014 21:36
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.




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  # 1082204 7-Jul-2014 09:28
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On behalf of a colleague, $80.


He says the replacement screens aren't cheap and "your a fool if you just try and replace the glass.. also.. yellow"




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  # 1082212 7-Jul-2014 09:51
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Lias: On behalf of a colleague, $80.


He says the replacement screens aren't cheap and "your a fool if you just try and replace the glass.. also.. yellow"


Yellow is a manly colour!

I'll keep it running for the rest of the day :)




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  # 1082288 7-Jul-2014 11:03
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Does the camera still function fine after the drop?

I dropped my S4 and it knocked the focus all to sht.



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  # 1082299 7-Jul-2014 11:21
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Kopkiwi: Does the camera still function fine after the drop?

I dropped my S4 and it knocked the focus all to sht.


Everything still works, just got a shattered screen. I used the camera that night and it worked perfect.




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  # 1082337 7-Jul-2014 12:11
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michaelmurfy: Hi All,

What I have here is a (broken) functional Nokia Lumia 1020 in Yellow - it fell and smashed the screen however the phone itself is fully functional. Would be great for somebody with patience to replace the glass (the panel is fine) else just use it for parts or as is with the smashed screen as long as you don't mind glass in your finger.

As you've possibly guessed, no, this does not come with warranty but it is 3 months old, it is an awesome phone and this one is running Windows Phone 8.1 like an absolute champ. The 41mp camera on it is also amazing with full manual controls and long exposure etc.

Here are some photos of the damage: https://imgur.com/a/sqltE

Just make me a serious offer below if you want it, it comes with a charger, USB cable and the camera grip case (which also charges the phone). Since you're buying a broken phone it is as-is and comes with absolutely no warranty. If it also decides to kill your cat or anything of that nature I'll also not be held responsible.

Also PeterReader - I don't need your blurb ;)


Hi there

where was this phone purchased from? TelecomNZ or is it parallel imported?



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  # 1082391 7-Jul-2014 13:23
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Shoes2468: 

Hi there

where was this phone purchased from? TelecomNZ or is it parallel imported?


Was purchased from Mobilestation (NZ based store). Been using it on Telecom and currently have the Telecom NZ firmware on it (except running the 8.1 dev preview).




 
 
 
 


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  # 1082513 7-Jul-2014 16:14
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$100 - I've got another parts phone here already so can probably make it work



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  # 1082595 7-Jul-2014 18:14
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bigreddog: $100 - I've got another parts phone here already so can probably make it work


Sold - I'll fire you a DM.




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  # 1082635 7-Jul-2014 19:03
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Colleague says he'd go $110 if bidding still open




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