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#245138 20-Jan-2019 15:30
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Got an unwanted Nokia 5.1 for sale I received as a Christmas gift. I have used it for about a month, thinking I could switch from the Nokia 7 Plus. It's definitely a good budget-mid phone considering the screen size and form factor, it gets the job done. Can't say perfomance about gaming tho, but it's a good second phone or for those who are looking for a 'just ok' device. Given it plenty of time to consider carrying two phones akin to the new Palm phone (like one for use at home and one for going outside, like what?). Unfortunately that didn't work out. I just don't want to give my friend the impression that I don't like the gift or need it. So now it's up for sale to make up for the money and better spend it on something fun we can both enjoy.


It's in mint condition, no scratches on screen or on the body. Been used with a hard TPU case since day one. All accessories included are also unused (charger, micro USB cable, and headphones). I see this phone sells for $349 in most retail stores and had dropped price during the Christmas period. Trademe prices hover around $230-$280 so in this case I'm willing to let this go for $200. Can definitely arrange pick up or postage for free.


Specs as follow:
Screen size: 5.5 inches (it's the one with curved corners)
Operating system: Android 8 (Oreo), with security patch January 2019.
Apparently purchased from Spark and it is unlocked, and should work with vodafone and 2degrees.
Battery capacity: 2970 mAh
Internal storage space: 16 GB (expandable with microSD)


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  #2164298 20-Jan-2019 15:52
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Pending payment.


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