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Got a Moto G5 (dual SIM), and I'd replace it with the G5 Plus (dual SIM) or G5s Plus





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Previously, I'd would have replaced my Galaxy S7 with a Huawei P10 ... but now I would go for the Sony Xperia XZ as can be purchased for a pinch over $600 and Sony tend to update OS more quickly than Huawei.


 
 
 
 




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Previously, I'd would have replaced my Galaxy S7 with a Huawei P10 ... but now I would go for the Sony Xperia XZ as can be purchased for a pinch over $600 and Sony tend to update OS more quickly than Huawei.

 

 

And it looks really great in the metallic blue version!


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