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  Reply # 1797798 10-Jun-2017 18:57
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If I broke my Google Pixel XL today.......... I'd buy another one with insurance monies because it's the best phone I've owned. Great camera, battery, and absolutely buttery smooth. Won't be upgrading for quite a while.


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  Reply # 1797807 10-Jun-2017 19:30
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Man, I wish my Meizu M3s would break today. Thing is, I would replace it with another el-cheapo option until I see what the new iPhone 8 looks like. Then I'll make up my mind.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1797819 10-Jun-2017 20:42
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If I broke my iphone 7 I'd try and limp on on a backup phone till the 8 is out. Fairly invested in apple, and happy with it.




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  Reply # 1798115 11-Jun-2017 17:28
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If I broke my Samsung J5Prime today I'd replace it with another -- does everything I'd ever need to do, fine camera, superb battery life, and cheap!





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  Reply # 1798138 11-Jun-2017 18:51
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If I broke my iPhone 7 Plus today, I would replace it with another iPhone... had my days on Android - time to stick to a grown ups phone now  


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  Reply # 1798144 11-Jun-2017 19:13
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Dial111:

 

time to stick to a grown ups phone now  

 

 

.... 🤦


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  Reply # 1798148 11-Jun-2017 19:29
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Rappelle:

Dial111:


time to stick to a grown ups phone now  



.... 🤦



Admittedly I only put that part in for a reaction... some people just can't help themselves.

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  Reply # 1798150 11-Jun-2017 19:42
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An iPhone se, if I could get it for a good price. I hate big phones, and the se is basically an iPhone 6s without force touch

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  Reply # 1798166 11-Jun-2017 20:06
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Another cordless phone as they are the only kind of phone I need.

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  Reply # 1798213 11-Jun-2017 22:27
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vexxxboy:

 

i have an Umi Z and i would get another one, performance is the same as an S7, deca core 2.6Ghz 4GB , full metal body , fast charge and it runs on pure Android 7 , all for under $300.

 

 

 

 

Does this have the LTE 700Mhz band? (band 28 I think). I'm looking at these cheaper chinese phones, but it looks like only the Xiaomi note 3 special global edition has that band.


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  Reply # 1798243 12-Jun-2017 06:33
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mattwnz: An iPhone se, if I could get it for a good price. I hate big phones, and the se is basically an iPhone 6s without force touch


Wish they'd put the latest and greatest processor in one of those - would make much more sense




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