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Topic # 223196 18-Sep-2017 19:51
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So last week I dropped my Huawei P9 Lite and it landed on a weird angle that the screen cracked even with a protective case on it. today it became unusable as the glass cracks expanded across the whole screen.

 

It seems to repair it I would be looking at about $200 - $250 for a phone that sells on trademe for about $300 so not sure its worth repairing 

 

I am thinking it would be worth spending that $250 towards a 'new to me' phone, so second hand is fine.

 

The main feature is that I want something that takes good pictures and 1080p video. 

 

Open to peoples suggestions around the $500 - $600 price range new or second hand.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1868218 18-Sep-2017 20:09
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iPhone 6s.  


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  Reply # 1868254 18-Sep-2017 21:09
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Thanks for the recommendations. Yes I am with Voda so will take a look at that one. Thanks

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  Reply # 1868906 20-Sep-2017 06:55
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Redmi note 3 or 4 of AliExpress. $300 landed and a pretty awesome phone.





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