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# 208608 19-Feb-2017 14:33
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Elephone P9000 Lite
5.5" 1080p LG LTPS IPS display
2GHz Helio P10 Octacore
4GB RAM
32GB onboard storage + microSD expansion
13MP rear camera / 5MP front camera
3000mAh battery
Dual Sim
USB-C
Android 6.0

I bought it about 6months ago, it has been used like a tablet at home for media consumption - has not been used as a daily use phone, so in mint cond. Has been a great phone, no issues, only reason I am selling it is because I have upgraded. The back has a grippy textured sandstone feel kind of like the OnePlus 2.

Comes with all original packaging and accessories. It also comes with a clear case.

Asking $240

 

 

 

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List of completed trades on Geekzone and GPforums are below:
Elephone S7 phone sold to GP member ext in Feb 2017
Sony Z Ultra phone sold to Geekzone member NzBeagle in August 2016
Dell E7450 ($4.5k rrp) laptop sold to Geekzone member tieke in May 2016
Sony Z3 Compact sold to GP member exDee in May 2016
24” LG IPS monitor sold to Geekzone member maxeon in Feb 2016
Acer V5 laptop sold to Geekzone member leo0787sx in Feb 2016
DishTV Dual recorder sold to Geekzone member richms in Feb 2016
27” LG IPS monitor sold to GP member jizah in Jan 2015
Galaxy S5 phone sold to Geekzone member Andib in June 2014
Galaxy S4 phone sold to GP member Andrewthenoob in Sept 2013
Some camera sold to GP member Enfield in April 2013
HTC One X phone sold to GP member NZ_Inferno in April 2013
Galaxy S2 phone sold to GP member qazwsxokmijn in Jun 2012


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very tempting ...





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