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# 143641 22-Apr-2014 09:16
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Samsung Galaxy Nexus - looking to clear out some of the tech that I have lying around collecting dust.

This one has a cracked screen - but still is fully functional. Battery still can give a day's worth of usage easy. 

The touch responsiveness has not changed and the cracked screen hasnt really hindered the phones performance. 

It has been upgraded to 4.3 - i dont think it will be upgraded to 4.4

Can be a good second phone or for the kids.

Looking for 100 bucks for this one.

I dont have the charger for it. But will give a micro usb cable.

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  # 1028958 22-Apr-2014 09:16
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.

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  # 1028992 22-Apr-2014 09:46
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How badly is the screen cracked? Can you post a pic?



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  # 1029030 22-Apr-2014 11:05
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It fell down once while I was changing clothes. Kinda broke my heart at the same time. I did carry on using it for 5 months after the screen cracked, so it is fully functional still.

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  # 1029032 22-Apr-2014 11:08
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Cracked is an understatement. Smashed would be more apt lol

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  # 1029036 22-Apr-2014 11:13
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really? i have seen much worse and that is what i would call smashed.. this is still cracked..

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