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# 212737 10-Apr-2017 13:24
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Okay quick update on recent phones.

 

Looking for 

 

Under 500$

 

Camera must be better than or as good as the Sam S5

 

Easy to obtain and prefer it is not a parallel import.

 

 

 

Thanks

 

 

 

Bernard

 

 

 

 


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  # 1760196 10-Apr-2017 13:30
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Is buying brand new an issue? What about a used iphone or android flagship?


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  # 1760213 10-Apr-2017 13:54
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LG G5 from Bextech for 495.

 

Best phone I've had - camera is fantastic.  The additional wide angle camera is very well executed and performs very well in my opinion.

 

G6 comes out any day, but for under $500 - G5 should be worth a look.


 
 
 
 


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  # 1760235 10-Apr-2017 14:21
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P10 lite? Seems to get decent reviews.




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  # 1760239 10-Apr-2017 14:25
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sxz:

LG G5 from Bextech for 495.


Best phone I've had - camera is fantastic.  The additional wide angle camera is very well executed and performs very well in my opinion.


G6 comes out any day, but for under $500 - G5 should be worth a look.



Would prefer to buy NZ new not a parallel import

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  # 1760244 10-Apr-2017 14:28
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Bextech are parallel imports?

 

 

 

I'd get the huawei P8 - 

 

https://www.pbtech.co.nz/product/MPHHUA8100/Huawei-P8-Smartphone-16GB-Titanium-Grey

 

http://www.gsmarena.com/huawei_p8-review-1263p8.php

 

"Huawei has been putting a lot of emphasis on the P8's night photography capabilities as well. The RGBW sensor is intended to help in low-light environments and the results are pretty good. We took a few shots after dark and were pleasantly surprised by the level of detail the phone picked up. Noise is also kept at bay quite well."

 

 

 

It's one of the cheapest phones with OIS I could find. 


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  # 1760252 10-Apr-2017 14:39
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Interested in this topic and low light is a priority.

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  # 1760253 10-Apr-2017 14:41
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Might be able to talk this guy down

 

 

 

http://www.gpforums.co.nz/threads/518242-Samsung-Note-5-32GB-Black-Sapphire

 

 

 

If not then the Note 4 is still a bloody solid phone. G5 still has a great camera, but battery life is pants and it's still plagued with boot loop issues. 


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