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Topic # 81796 18-Apr-2011 20:57
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What I have right here is a Samsung Galaxy S i9000 in OK condition (Chrome around the edges is coming off due to general use) - This phone will come preinstalled with your choice of ROM or Android 2.3.3, your choice!

Works no problems, been well looked after but the only thing that has happened was I dropped it a few times, so the chrome around 1 corner has come off, this does not impact performance at all and is purely cosmetic. Everything else is in perfect condition, the screen is not scratched and still looks new (has had a screen protector on it for most of it's life) plus also the back is in near perfect condition due to it having a Grip Sticker stuck to it (which can either be left on, or taken off + cleaned at buyers request)

The specs as follows:
Samsung Galaxy S i9000 - 8gb edition.
1GHz Hummingbird Processor
512mb of Ram
Android 2.2.3 or Android 2.3.3 (Buyers Choice)
Vodafone / 2 Degrees Model, this will not work on Telecom.
Bought 21st of December 2010, loved until it's gone from my hands.
More info on Gsmarena Here

The only reason I am selling it is I have now got a Telecom Samsung Galaxy S - Which works well with my Work Sim ;)

Serious offers only please, will courier to anywhere in NZ at buyers expense. Flick me a DM :)








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  Reply # 460431 19-Apr-2011 10:58
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have sent you a PM



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  Reply # 460659 19-Apr-2011 21:10
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Annnnd, it's sold!




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