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Uber Geek


  # 1836233 3-Aug-2017 08:55
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Please put me in the draw.


Would replace the Wife's iPhone - always complaining about 'Stupid iPhone'.




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Wannabe Geek

  # 1836238 3-Aug-2017 09:02
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My long-suffering Samsung Galaxy S3 would get to retire... It has done great service but is slowing down as apps get more bloated...


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Ultimate Geek


  # 1836239 3-Aug-2017 09:04
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I would give to mum to replace her Alcatel phone with 4gb of storage so she would have problems updating apps any more.

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  # 1836242 3-Aug-2017 09:04
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My Sony Xperia Z1, which constantly goes into a "Optimising Applications 1 of 203" routine when booting and takes 30 minutes to boot up.

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Ultimate Geek

  # 1836247 3-Aug-2017 09:14
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This would be a great replacement my aging iPhone 5 which will not be getting any further iOS updates and therefore will become a security risk!

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Ultimate Geek

  # 1836269 3-Aug-2017 09:32
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Oh I'd love to replaces my wifes aging Samsung Galaxy ace 3 or some such model.

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Master Geek

  # 1836276 3-Aug-2017 09:40
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With not the best history in phones:


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My wife's second [crappy] Samsung Galaxy Ace J2, really could do with replacing with a phone that can actually justify the "smartphone" moniker...




Note: the HTC Boss and "CDMA 2000" were actually mine and were actually pretty good for their day.





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Master Geek


  # 1836295 3-Aug-2017 09:56
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Replacing an old iPhone

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Master Geek

  # 1836318 3-Aug-2017 10:16
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Replacing my pretty much dead Vodafone Smart Prime Ultra 6 - touchscreen has decided to 'touch' when it shouldn't.  It's gone bananas. :(


Currently replaced with a $49 VFD 300? - something like that.  It's horrible! :)








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  # 1836323 3-Aug-2017 10:23
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I am normally upgrading my phone every year and the current phone that I have sometimes likes to take ages to charge and can be very annoying,  Been wanting a phone that has android 7 but they cost too much at the moment.

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  # 1836346 3-Aug-2017 10:33
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Looking at replacing mum Galaxy S4, this would be nice upgrade. 




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Ultimate Geek

  # 1836348 3-Aug-2017 10:35
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 I would be updating my partners


Vodafone Smart Ultra 6


as she is well overdue for an update wink


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  # 1836349 3-Aug-2017 10:38
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Love  to replace my Nokia 3120. Still works ok but has a growing block blob on the screen so reading texts can be guess work. It only does texts and phone calls so a new phone would be bliss to have. 

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Ultimate Geek


  # 1836357 3-Aug-2017 10:51
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I would be replacing a Nokia Lumia 1520, which from a hardware perspective is a robust solid, good looking piece of kit.


From a software perspective, running Windows phone, lets the phone right down. Facebook, Google Photos, Hangouts all need to be accessed by the browser as there isn't the native apps. For a google account to succeed I need a Android phone.


I doubt the phone will ever be able to connect to a secure network like this picture depicts


The little things make the biggest difference.

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Uber Geek


  # 1836379 3-Aug-2017 11:15
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give it to my partner to replace her old nexus 5, too long in the tooth, battery is all but useless.

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