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mgeek

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#233593 23-Apr-2018 15:25
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Looking for something 2nd hand to upgrade the S.O. - so needs to be in good working order & unlocked.

 

Preferably something on the smaller size (her current phone has a 4" screen), with a removable or fairly easily replaceable battery.

 

Realistically probably a budget to mid-range model that's 2+ years old I'd guess.

 

Anyone need some drawer space back?


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Lolo
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  #2001213 23-Apr-2018 16:28
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Hey, I have an S6 that's still in OK condition. Everything still works and no cracks, just superficial marks small scratches etc. Flick me a pm if you're interested.

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You will find anything you want at MightyApe (affiliate link).
mgeek

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  #2002441 25-Apr-2018 17:28
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Still looking - anyone want to sell their old Android phone?


toejam316
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  #2002444 25-Apr-2018 17:34
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A bit more specific guidance might help - what sort of price range are you shopping in? what you're specifying in terms of hardware is vague too, so maybe some example models or equivalences would help a bit too.

 

If you're not afraid of buying offshore, it might be that a Xiaomi Redmi Note 4x could fit the bill, or a Xiaomi Mi4 or Mi5





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mgeek

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  #2002738 26-Apr-2018 12:11
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toejam316:

 

A bit more specific guidance might help - what sort of price range are you shopping in? what you're specifying in terms of hardware is vague too, so maybe some example models or equivalences would help a bit too.

 

 

Fair enough :-).

 

I guess $100-$150.

 

toejam316:

 

If you're not afraid of buying offshore, it might be that a Xiaomi Redmi Note 4x could fit the bill, or a Xiaomi Mi4 or Mi5

 

 

Appreciate the suggestions, but I'm trying to avoid buying anything new :-)


Tzoi
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  #2002803 26-Apr-2018 13:55
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I have an old Xperia Z2 that I'm only using as an alarm clock and which still works perfectly fine which you could buy?


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