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Topic # 230371 21-Feb-2018 13:49
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One Plus 3T - 64GB Gunmetal Version 

 

 

 

Model Number: OnePlus A3010

 

OxygenOS Version: 5.0.1

 

Android Version: 8.0

 

Android Security Patch Level: 1 December 2017

 

 

 

Asking Price: $450 (Free track and trace postage anywhere in NZ)

 

 

 

About:

 

Purchased from E Info in Auckland in July 2017. Still under warranty (1 year)

 

Phone is in fantastic condition and is fully operational. Minor blemish located on the bottom right (as pictured) and a couple of very tiny scratches to screen surface measuring roughly 4mm which are barely noticeable but felt I should call these out. Kept in case majority of the time, no scratches or blemishes to back panel.

 

Looking to sell as I have since upgraded.

 

 

 

Comes with:

 

- Phone

 

- Original box

 

- Original manual

 

- Original dash charger

 

 

 

Not pictured but included:

 

- One Plus 3T case (new)

 

- One Plus 3T Tempered Glass Protector (new) 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1962244 22-Feb-2018 14:24
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Price dropped to $400


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  Reply # 1962269 22-Feb-2018 15:09
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How long does the battery last? <3 hours of on screen time?




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  Reply # 1962281 22-Feb-2018 15:41
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I would easily get a full days usage out of it and have plenty of SOT to spare.

 

Current charge is 74% with 13 hrs use remaining.




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  Reply # 1967948 4-Mar-2018 16:18
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Bump - Price reduced to $380.


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  Reply # 1968259 5-Mar-2018 13:21
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Stupid question time, but dual sim mean I could have two Skinny cards (one personal and one for work) with all incoming calls going to the handset regardless of number and the primary sim being used for data, is that correct ?

 

Are you able to select which number is used for outgoing calls ? So a work number doesn't see your personal number ?

 

 


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  Reply # 1968324 5-Mar-2018 16:01
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@martyyn Yes - Both sims are connected at all times and can be used for data / voice / sms as per normal. You can specify what sim to use when making a call or a text and texts will get replied to on the sim they came from. Only one sim is active for 3G/4G data at a time however.





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  Reply # 1968445 5-Mar-2018 20:06
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Great thanks @michaelmurfy.

 

@HiKenny - Ive sent you a PM.


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  Reply # 1971385 8-Mar-2018 19:57
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is this sold?




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  Reply # 1971417 8-Mar-2018 21:01
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livisun:

 

is this sold?

 

 

 

 

Not as yet, although I have been contacted by a few people now expressing interest. If any of those fall through I will let you know.

 

Cheers.




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  Reply # 1971699 9-Mar-2018 11:06
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Sold - Pending Payment.




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  Reply # 1972058 9-Mar-2018 18:32
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SOLD.


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