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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 2047705 2-Jul-2018 16:53
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The Motorola would d be used to replace an ageing and slow Samsung s4.

Thanks for entry

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Geek
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  Reply # 2047707 2-Jul-2018 16:55
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I'd be replacing my Nokia N8. It's my everyday phone, and it's over 7 years old. I've yet to board the Android train!


 
 
 
 


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 2047708 2-Jul-2018 16:58
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Will replace the work phone which is a dirty Samsung J3 which is more grief then it’s worth.

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Geek
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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 2047710 2-Jul-2018 16:59
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I'd replace my Nexus 6P and give the 6P to the Mrs.


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Master Geek
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  Reply # 2047711 2-Jul-2018 16:59
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I would be replacing my Mi5 which I had to buy because my old phone stopped working.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 2047712 2-Jul-2018 17:00
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Hi I would like to replace an old Meizu M3 note. Please.





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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 2047713 2-Jul-2018 17:01
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GOOD LUCK TO ME !!!


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Master Geek
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  Reply # 2047714 2-Jul-2018 17:02
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My father has a rather long-in-the-tooth Galaxy J1 which is giving him some trouble, so it would be fantastic to upgrade him to something a bit more modern.


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 2047715 2-Jul-2018 17:02
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Replacing Vodafone prime 6 great phone but getting too old for any apps to work. Thanks for the entry

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 2047717 2-Jul-2018 17:04
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I'd replace my clunky Iphone SE (6), which I bought on impulse for the touch ID but has driven me mad ever since. This is for my work phone (SIM), because my company's phone policy is cheap and nasty (phones). 

 

 


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  Reply # 2047720 2-Jul-2018 17:05
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I would be tossing up between keeping and selling it to be honest, just checked the specs to compare form my existing Moto Z and the only thing better than my existing phone is the battery capacity is larger from 2.6Ah to 4Ah


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  Reply # 2047721 2-Jul-2018 17:06
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I would be replacing a rather tired LG G3 S. The 8GB flash is a pain when it comes to updating apps. I regularly have to uninstall one (or two) of the big apps to get everything updated; even when I have those apps stored on the 32GB SD Card and not the on-board flash.


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Master Geek
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  Reply # 2047722 2-Jul-2018 17:09
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How ironic that my daughter's Huawei says "I exist". That's all it really does now. It probably makes a better paperweight than a phone. She moans about it. I offer to get her a new one. She says she doesn't want me to spend the money. Such a matyr lol! I'd rather spend money than hear that moaning! I have a Moto phone and they are awesome!

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  Reply # 2047723 2-Jul-2018 17:09
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Replace Oneplus 3


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