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  Reply # 1635609 18-Sep-2016 20:44
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this website is very useful: http://willmyphonework.net/

 

 

This is great - thanks!


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  Reply # 1635618 18-Sep-2016 21:29
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GregF:

 

this website is very useful: http://willmyphonework.net/

 

 

This is great - thanks!

 

 

The tricky bit is when there are local variants, the seller websites don't always list the exact model number.


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  Reply # 1635961 19-Sep-2016 16:46
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I have a Samsung J1 I use as an expendable for going out in the boat/kayak.  I chose it for it's price point and bulbous corners for grip.

 

Cost <$200. Works fine, does what it should.  I can tell you the touch screen still works through a sandwich bag if you have cold/wet fingers!  Works fine with weather, tide, maps and fishing rules apps. Other than that I don't test its capabilities all that much.

 

If a bigger screen is needed the J7 would be an option at $299.





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