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  Reply # 1849268 20-Aug-2017 16:20
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Will be replacing a nokia 520


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  Reply # 1849271 20-Aug-2017 16:51
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Will be replacing an LG G2 - good phone but would like something newer :)


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1849351 20-Aug-2017 19:29
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I'll give it to my wife, she's still using my old Nexus 5 with broken screen and half day battery :)

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  Reply # 1849361 20-Aug-2017 19:46
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I'd be replacing a Samsung Galaxy Pocket Neo - either of these would be a great improvement.





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  Reply # 1849543 21-Aug-2017 00:06
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Both of my sons were given their first smartphones this year. I was surprised at how quickly their screens were damaged ... but when I asked how many of their friends' phones had cracked screens, the repsonse was 'all of them'. ...

 

(Next time I'll have the screen protectors and soft gel cases in-situ before I hand a phone over.) I'm impressed the screen on this one still works, despite the little bits being shed from the corner.

 

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If (when) the screen on this one stops, he'll probably inherit my old HTC Sensation, which was barely working as a phone when I retired it at the end of 2016 (a dual core processor and 750MB of RAM no longer cut the mustard, I was running out of apps to delete off the phone).

 


The specs on these phones means they should run an AV app without slowing to a crawl, otherwise ...

 

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  Reply # 1852951 26-Aug-2017 12:51
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Security? Hah!

 

Would love one of these to replace my aging Nexus 5. Still a good phone, but miffed about no more updates only 2 and a bit years in.

 

Haven't managed to justify BUYING a replacement as the 5 still works OK.


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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 1853190 27-Aug-2017 10:01
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I'd be replacing my Sony Xperia E3


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  Reply # 1853884 28-Aug-2017 10:58
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Replacing: Sony Arc and 2 x Z3 Compacts all with shattered LCDs! (am sure the Z3s are build quality / design issue)

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1854024 28-Aug-2017 13:54
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Replace my bootloop bricked nexus 5x please.

 

Im currently using samsung flip phone . :S


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  Reply # 1854025 28-Aug-2017 13:54
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Will replace my old S3 mini.

 

Nice one VF and GZ.


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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 1854026 28-Aug-2017 13:55
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Replacing my Nexus 5 with a broken screen and aging battery :)


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  Reply # 1854027 28-Aug-2017 13:55
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I'd be replacing my Alcatel Pixi3, which barely has the RAM to get anything done. Android 4.4 is a bit old also.

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  Reply # 1854028 28-Aug-2017 13:57
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I would upgrade my son's well-used Meizu phone—it's days are numbered :-)

 

Cheers

 

Peter


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  Reply # 1854029 28-Aug-2017 13:57
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I would replace my old S6 which has been running really poorly after the latest Android update!


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  Reply # 1854031 28-Aug-2017 14:01
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I'd love to replace my wife's Galaxy s6. When I have to use it I find it's really small and slow - I've been spoiled by my Galaxy S8. 


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