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Topic # 224185 6-Nov-2017 20:48
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Here is a OnePlus 3T in perfect condition complete with an awesome looking custom dbrand skin, an extra dash charger with a NZ plug (Oppo) and more dash charging cables than you can ever dream of (I bought way too many). This phone has been well looked after and if you've been looking for a decent Android phone then look no further. The screen still has the original screen protector on it so not a scratch to be seen and comes with the original box.

 

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Is currently loaded with the OnePlus Beta OxygenOS builds (Android Oreo) however can put it back to stable (Android Nougat) if buyer prefers.

 

Phone is around 5 months old and was purchased from PB Tech (Sorry, don't have the invoice however the phones serial number is on their system) - looking for $500 with free NZ delivery.





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  Reply # 1896721 7-Nov-2017 12:05
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I cant tell you how tempted I am by this, but I just cant get my head around my initial thoughts of a 5.5 screen just being too big when I first saw one of that size.

 

I struggled with the 5.2 of my N5X to be honest.

 

I'll probably be back in an hour to see if it's sold ;)




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