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Topic # 235983 12-May-2018 14:13
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My S6's battery is dying so I'm looking to upgrade. I only want to spend $400 or so on a new phone.

 

I don't want an iPhone, dual sims, cracked screen, pink lines or burnt-in screen.

 

I do want Android, the best sunlight-readable screen I can get, wireless charging, 64GB total storage or more, and good battery life.

 

So... anyone upgrading from their S7 active or edge or ordinary S7 to an S8/S9 and wanting to sell? Or selling something equivalent from some other manufacturer?

 

 


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  Reply # 2014750 12-May-2018 15:37
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you should look at the Meizu pro 6 plus, it has the same screen the S7 uses and the same processor, 64Gb storage and 4GB ram all for $300 .

 

 

 

https://www.gsmarena.com/meizu_pro_6_plus-8451.php





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  Reply # 2014805 12-May-2018 16:24
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I have a S7 regular (gold) and a S7 Edge (black) that may be up for sale soon.

Please PM me what you may be willing to offer.

Thanks.

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