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Topic # 198605 15-Jul-2016 18:56
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Hi again, I'm on the hunt for a new phone. 
The one critical factor is the RAM, it must have no less than 2GB. Looking to spend up to $300

 

 

 

Cheers, Jason


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  Reply # 1593352 15-Jul-2016 20:29
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  Reply # 1593433 16-Jul-2016 07:18
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Thanks mate, do you know how it compares to the Vodafone Smart Ultra?

 

 


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  Reply # 1593942 17-Jul-2016 14:26
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 Looks very similar on paper at a glance, other than the Meizu has a bit more CPU.





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  Reply # 1594002 17-Jul-2016 15:53
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M3 Note supports all networks vs. ultra lacking 850MHz 3G for Spark/Skinny, plus metal body and fingerprint scanner. Ultra is still very capable mind you.




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  Reply # 1594005 17-Jul-2016 16:10
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I decided to get an ultra as I could buy it locally and not have to wait for it to be shipped, so far so good, its dealing with all of the apps I need and still 1gb of ram free.

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