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Master Geek
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Topic # 154306 23-Oct-2014 20:52
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Another one for you guys from the website, my partner got one for $199 a few weeks ago and loves it.

Next cheapest is $275 + Shipping @ Pricespy

an also get an extra $5 off by signing up to their newsletter.

It's the only real competition to the Moto G in this price range, and it is 4G, just make sure the box says D620, before you purchase.

Full specs available here.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1161006 23-Oct-2014 21:24
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Pretty impressive spec for that price. Similar processor to my old Galaxy S2? Only 8GB internal storage but expandable. Amazing that "mini" means 4.7" these days, unless you're an iPhone 6.

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  Reply # 1161138 24-Oct-2014 08:28
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Good deal - thanks for sharing. 


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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1162002 25-Oct-2014 15:06
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Bought one for my wife from HN online.  Already own a LG G2 and loving it.

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  Reply # 1162635 26-Oct-2014 23:10
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How's camera compare to Sammy s2 or s3, anyone know?

Its ballpark just wondering if it was as decent, screen not as good either but otherwise looks great deal

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  Reply # 1162957 27-Oct-2014 13:55
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See for yourself with the camera.

I find the IPS screen to be much nicer than the older Samsung models, even if the resolution is smaller, it looks alot clearer.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 1162967 27-Oct-2014 14:10
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Thx, useful tool, looks closer to s2 than s3 camera IMO, bit less contrast , I heard screen was quite reflective was all i meant and harder to read outside than samoleds but all good, very nice price

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