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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 # 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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  Reply # 1823547 17-Jul-2017 05:04
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blakamin:

If I broke my Xperia Z5 Premium, I'd replace it with the Xperia XZ Premium. Coz Sony.



My XZ became broken in my mind once the XZ Premium became available so I got the XZP in Hong Kong when I was there recently.

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  Reply # 1823550 17-Jul-2017 05:59
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If I broke my Samsung J1 Ace, I'd buy a Samsung J1 (2016), because it only costs a J1 price to replace :o) The RAM is enough for Youtube watching, messaging and social media (same goes for the quad-core CPU). Storage is big enough to handle a large off-line Google maps file for use as a GPS, and can take a 64GB microSD for all the social media pics. But mainly, because it's cheap to break.

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1840780 7-Aug-2017 20:15
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If I broke my Xiaomi Redmi Note (1) today I'd replace with Xiaomi Redmi 3X, or is the Redmi 4 out yet?


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  Reply # 1854098 28-Aug-2017 14:42
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I'm surprised no one has mentioned a OnePlus 5 cool 8GB RAM at the price compared to other handsets of similar specs.


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  Reply # 1854139 28-Aug-2017 15:08
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If I broke my iPhone 7, I would be temporarily be using my backup iPhone 6+ until the iPhone 8 (or whatever Apple will call it in a month or so) and will replace it with the Plus Version. The reason, I find the batter life on the smaller iPhone is nowhere near as good as the Plus was.

 

My 7 can get about 12 hours of the day before a charge, where as when I've had to use my wife's Plus (she didn't like the form factor of the 7 and I got to use the 7+ for three days), I got a full day with charge to spare. She wanted the plus back because she didn't like the fact the battery didn't last.


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  Reply # 1854142 28-Aug-2017 15:09
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If I broke my OnePlus 3, I would replace it with a OnePlus 5...


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