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online or in your experience. Nokia produces several functional non-fancy models - here $30 and $45. The Chinese FIVE SIM card copy model (copy of what I don't know - calling an oddity a 'copy' of something that doesn't exist in name brand chinese piece of value didn't make sense to me. Perhaps they meant 'cheap generic Chinese piece of garbage'. Might be adequate for my purposes however - just to keep my ASEAN SIMs ready for when I cross borders.

Anyone tried these cheapo multi-SIMs new and second hand? Saw an LG brand tri-SIM but vendor (who knows I would cone back if it didn't perform well) did not recommend I buy it.
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Georgina wrote:online or in your experience. Nokia produces several functional non-fancy models - here $30 and $45. The Chinese FIVE SIM card copy model (copy of what I don't know - calling an oddity a 'copy' of something that doesn't exist in name brand chinese piece of value didn't make sense to me. Perhaps they meant 'cheap generic Chinese piece of garbage'. Might be adequate for my purposes however - just to keep my ASEAN SIMs ready for when I cross borders.

Anyone tried these cheapo multi-SIMs new and second hand? Saw an LG brand tri-SIM but vendor (who knows I would cone back if it didn't perform well) did not recommend I buy it.
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Nokia are still the Chuck Norris of mobile phones.

We are very happy with our Motorola Moto X dual SIMs, cost us a little over $200 in Oz and easily compete with Samsungs/iPhones
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StroppyChops wrote:Nokia are still the Chuck Norris of mobile phones.

We are very happy with our Motorola Moto X dual SIMs, cost us a little over $200 in Oz and easily compete with Samsungs/iPhones
Was a moto g last time you mentioned. Did you upgrade in reality or just in the forum?
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Thanks for the correction, Moto G's. Still happy with them, and not normally a Motorola fan.
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I'm using the Samsung S Duos which I brought at the Samsung shop for about 160$.

It works perfectly well and has all the tricks you'd expect from Samsung/Android phone. It doesn't have a great memory so you need to be careful which apps you want but other than that, its been great and I would recommend it.
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StroppyChops wrote:Thanks for the correction, Moto G's. Still happy with them, and not normally a Motorola fan.
Many years ago, before smart phones, I had a Motorola razr. Great phone back in the day. The moto g and moto x also review well. My dad has a moto g. Not a bad phone at all but a little laggy. Nothing better at its price range though and very fast with updates. The moto 360 watch is doing extremely well and has been consistently sold out since its release.

I wonder if Motorola will be able to maintain this quality when the sale goes through.
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Digg3r wrote:
StroppyChops wrote:Thanks for the correction, Moto G's. Still happy with them, and not normally a Motorola fan.
Many years ago, before smart phones, I had a Motorola razr. Great phone back in the day. The moto g and moto x also review well. My dad has a moto g. Not a bad phone at all but a little laggy. Nothing better at its price range though and very fast with updates. The moto 360 watch is doing extremely well and has been consistently sold out since its release.

I wonder if Motorola will be able to maintain this quality when the sale goes through.
Yeah, I dunno - not a brand you normally associate with Samsung/Apple, but it's up there.
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youtube reviews give the moto with the latest android os a review of premium phone that competes with flagship models at budget price.
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