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Master Geek

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  #2023994 28-May-2018 15:18
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My trusty vintage 3GS is not as smart as it used to be. I'm sure the SIM would be happy to move into a new Nokia slot.





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Wannabe Geek

  #2023995 28-May-2018 15:22
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My Sony Xperia is forever short of space for virtually any app update


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  #2024010 28-May-2018 16:09
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Would get rid of my Windows Phone.


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Uber Geek

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  #2024017 28-May-2018 16:28
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Same as everyone else, I'd like a modern Android phone.



Oh, and one that doesn't s**t itself periodically and need to be rebooted in recovery mode in order to start again. That's probably a bigger priority than just the Android update.

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Uber Geek

  #2024054 28-May-2018 17:24
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Replaced the battery on my Sony z1c, and it does help increase the battery life, but lost the NFC function.

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Master Geek

  #2024055 28-May-2018 17:27
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I reckon the Vodafone Smart V8 has been pretty good value but frankly I could use a better camera in particular. Nokia, yay!



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Ultimate Geek

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  #2024062 28-May-2018 17:36
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My wife dropped her Samsung note 4 last week smashing the screen so Geekzone and Spark your timing couldn’t be any better

that would be an ecumenical matter


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  #2024067 28-May-2018 17:43
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Will be replacing a "china" phone - MLAIS M52 RedNote.  Cracked the screen after 3 weeks when out geo-caching. Now (after 3 1/2 years) the battery lasts about 2 mins. Definitely time to get a replacement - but not enough money saved to treat myself yet.

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Uber Geek

  #2024071 28-May-2018 17:57
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I'd be replacing my trusty G502, which replaced a Galaxy S3 (since dropped onto a gravel footpath), which had previously replaced the G502.




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Ultimate Geek


  #2024089 28-May-2018 18:20
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iPhone 5c - C stands for crappy!!!

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  #2024115 28-May-2018 18:53
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I would be replacing my Oneplus One which is now starting to show its age a little big :D

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  #2024128 28-May-2018 18:56
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My old Sony phone has had a hard life.  The battery doesn't last anywhere near as long as it used to, it has started to slow down & Sony has decided to use the push notifications from its undeletable, can't be disabled "What's New" app to show advertising.


I want to give it a new lease on life with a custom ROM, but having an android phone is too important to my work as a computer tech to risk that before I have a replacement.  My Lumia 950 work phone seemed like a good idea at the time...


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Ultimate Geek

  #2024135 28-May-2018 19:08
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I would replace my Xiaomi Redmi 4 Prime, it's been abandoned on Android 6 while similar specced Xiaomi phones are getting Android 8

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Master Geek

  #2024136 28-May-2018 19:10
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Time to replace my 5 year old HTC M7. Was a beast of a phone but just cant keep up anymore.


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Master Geek

  #2024185 28-May-2018 19:30
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It would be great to add another Nokia to my collection -



The phone i'd be replacing would be my Samsung S7 :)



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