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jevvv
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  #2025550 30-May-2018 11:52
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A short story about my current phone: 

 

I have a Meizu. I love my Meizu although it is starting to show it's age a little. It has even survived living in the tropics and being my only connection with the outside world for four months

 

People look at its name and get very puzzled because they've never heard of Meizu. They say Mee Zoo although to anyone from China (where the brand is from) it said May Zhu.

 

The End

 

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Brend
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  #2025690 30-May-2018 14:12
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iPhone 6S

 

I am an Android man ... not an iPerson ... Want to go back to Android ASAP!! 


 
 
 
 


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  #2025694 30-May-2018 14:16
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So I am sitting and looking at the Geekzone site
And to my surprise, a competition I sight
Two Nokia's up for grabs that's damn good
Enter this competition, I think I should

The Geekzone admin wants to know
What phone we are replacing
I type, a Meizu M3 Note - Yo
It's an OK phone, but this is the thing

Android 5.1 is what it is running
The Oreo update I don't see it coming
I'm afraid my phone might be left in the dark
and then I might not be able to use it on 
Skinny, Vodafone, 2degrees or Spark

So now I have entered for a new phone
On the mighty site called Geekzone
To replace my M3 Note would be great
And then for Oreo, I would never have to wait 

 







 


Blista
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  #2025695 30-May-2018 14:16
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I've been using a Vodafone Smart N8.  When I got it I thought the fingerprint sensor was a great thing.  Soon after I discovered that every time I picked the phone up I'd press it, the phone would vibrate and I'd look at it.  It's like I'm teaching myself a Pavlovian response.  I can't justify buying a new phone, so a free one would work out nice.


Lostnwires
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  #2025754 30-May-2018 16:45
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Oh what a dream :-) lol still fighting with my Old Htc -X

 

We would dearly love a new fone

 

 

 

Wife has a old Htc ..some thing win 8.1 phone...eeek is all i can say to that

 

In real life they both work ,, More than not,, battery's are still sorta alive :-) 

 

Wife has a new job at day care center , which is handy as our son has multiple dis orders

 

and is allways on call,, for some strange reason the fone will almost allways drop out out her work

 

 

 

Im of no to little help as im at home in recovery ( Doing well )

 

 

 

either way a new fone would be a real bonus atm 

 

Any ways Top of the day to all :-)

 

 


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  #2025793 30-May-2018 17:08
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Would love a new phone for my wife who has a j2 pro which is 5 years old the mic just stopped working so can only answer phone on speaker phone so needs replacing cheers

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  #2025830 30-May-2018 18:27
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We are currently in France on a seven-week Home Exchange. Our elderly French exchange partners have lent us this ancient and diminutive Nokia 2610 to use while we’re here. It works OK but wouldn’t want to use it on an ongoing basis.

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Sometimes I just sit and think. Other times I just sit.


 
 
 
 


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  #2025853 30-May-2018 19:13
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The trusty Nexus 4 is found hiding in its natural habitat. Getting a bit long in the tooth it sometimes has troubles with certain areas of its touchscreen. Not long for this world it awaits it's successor the mighty Nokia 7 Plus. Only one will reign supreme and be able to provide for its herd in the coming years. 

 


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  #2025855 30-May-2018 19:19
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I need to replace my Nokia 3210.  It is a bit long in the tooth.

 

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xlinknz
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  #2025888 30-May-2018 20:08
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Our Huawei Y300 from Telecom used to have Jelly Bean 4.1 but I 'installed' SlimKat 4.4.4 to allow many apps to work that require Kitkat or better

 

Here is the gsmarena comparison of the Nokia 6.1, 7 plus and the venerable Huawei Ascent Y300

 

Click thumbnails to get a bigger view :)

 

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  #2026004 30-May-2018 22:13
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Eeny meeny miny mesel,

 

Catch a cell phone by the Bezel,

 

If it's dead, let it go,

 

Oh NO, not the Nokia 6210!

 


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  #2026017 30-May-2018 22:56
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Not wanting to replace my phone but would be good to have a second one for overseas travel 


gb67
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#2026024 30-May-2018 23:16
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Going to miss my S8 when I have to give it back.

 

Reverting to an S5 guess that will be better than the S3 that won't hold a charge.

 

Would love another Nokia with the latest software.


Quacko
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  #2026041 31-May-2018 01:40
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Would love to have a new Nokia phone. Currently my everyday phone is a Microsoft Lumia and it's reaching the end of its useful life...

 

 


TangoNZ
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  #2026089 31-May-2018 09:37
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Here's my wife's broken Nokia 5 which we need to replace. Loving the new Nokia's with Android One so be great to get one for her. And yes that's my old Lumia 950XL in the reflection, which she's currently using, and needless to say, as great as the phone was, its not a viable option these days...

 


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