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Milestone 2 Android Smartphone Ex-Demo £159.99 @ Expansys

£159.99 @ Expansys
Processor: - Chipset: ARM Cortex A8 - Speed: 1Ghz - OpenGL ES 2.0 3D Acceleration Battery: - Talk Time: 9.5 hrs - Capacity: 1400 mAh Display: - External: 854 x 480 pixels/3.7" - Touch Sensitive(Ca… Read More
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Processor: - Chipset: ARM Cortex A8 - Speed: 1Ghz - OpenGL ES 2.0 3D Acceleration
Battery: - Talk Time: 9.5 hrs - Capacity: 1400 mAh
Display: - External: 854 x 480 pixels/3.7" - Touch Sensitive(Capactive) - TFT - Anti Reflective Coating
Camera: - 5 mega-pixels (auto-focus) - Digital Zoom - Dual LED Flash - Image Stabilsation - Smile Shutter - Geo Tagging - Face Recognition
Video: - Recording Resolution: DVD (720 x 480) - Recording Speed: 30fps - Video Zoom - LED Video Light - Supported formats: MP4, H.264, WMV - YouTube - DLNA Wireless Video Sharing
Music: - Supported formats: MP3, AAC, AAC+,eAAC+ & WMA
Messaging: - SMS - MMS (with video) - E-mail (POP3, IMAP4, Exchange, GMail) - Twitter - Instant Messaging (Google Talk)
Memory: - 512 (RAM) - 8GB (internal) - microSDHC (memory card)
Call Features: - Hands Free - Caller ID - Voice Dialling
Connectivity: - 2G: 850/900/1800/1900 Mhz (Quad-band) - 3G: 850/900/1900/2100 (Quad-band) - WiFi (802.11 b/g/n) - HSDPA (10.2Mbps) - HSUPA (5.76 Mbps) - Bluetooth (2.1) - microUSB - 3.5mm Audio Connector
Navigation: - AGPS - Digital Compass - Google Maps
Sensors: - Accelerometer - Proximity Sensor - Light Sensor
Features: - Web Browser - Office Document Viewer (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) - PDF Viewer - Flash 10 - MotoBLUR Social Networking
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#1
what is B-Stock?? refurbished??
#2
livelongHUKD
what is B-Stock?? refurbished??


Basically yes - in this case it is ex-demo models and I think all you get is the handset only, ie, no charger or accessories. Their ad states "Sim Free/Handset Only".
#3
It's an ex-demo
[helper]#4
stuart9787
livelongHUKD
what is B-Stock?? refurbished??

Basically yes - in this case it is ex-demo models and I think all you get is the handset only, ie, no charger or accessories. Their ad states "Sim Free/Handset Only".
They won't send you a £160 phone without a charger lol come on think about it....

Imo it will be boxed with everything that originally came with it, the items might be used though.
#5
stuart9787
livelongHUKD
what is B-Stock?? refurbished??


Basically yes - in this case it is ex-demo models and I think all you get is the handset only, ie, no charger or accessories. Their ad states "Sim Free/Handset Only".


Handset only means that the phone is not tied to any mobile operator and comes without any sim, so basically its unlocked to use on any networks. It should come with the charger if if its ex display.
#6
JPS
stuart9787
livelongHUKD
what is B-Stock?? refurbished??


Basically yes - in this case it is ex-demo models and I think all you get is the handset only, ie, no charger or accessories. Their ad states "Sim Free/Handset Only".

They won't send you a £160 phone without a charger lol come on think about it....

Imo it will be boxed with everything that originally came with it, the items might be used though.


You could well be right but was erring on the side of caution as their other ads for B-Grade stock mention things such as "Boxed but seal broken". If I was buying one for myself I would probably call them first to confirm but probably just me being over cautious.
#7
Bargain - but can't add to basket
#8
OOS now
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JPS

They won't send you a £160 phone without a charger lol come on think about it....


Well in future they probably will for new phones ... one of the aims of standardizing on micro-USB as the charge standard was to avoid the need to bundle a charger with every phone. Saves a small amount of cost but, I think, the compelling reason was allows packaging to be smaller/lighter so cheaper to shift millions of new phones around the world every day!
[helper]#10
deshepherd
JPS

They won't send you a £160 phone without a charger lol come on think about it....

Well in future they probably will for new phones ... one of the aims of standardizing on micro-USB as the charge standard was to avoid the need to bundle a charger with every phone. Saves a small amount of cost but, I think, the compelling reason was allows packaging to be smaller/lighter so cheaper to shift millions of new phones around the world every day!
Totally agree with you there. It makes sense and is a great idea. However as so many phones still have different chargers and all seem to come with them as standard, then this would have come with one. In a year or 2 everyone will already have a micro-USB charger and therefore won't need new ones every time they get a phone.

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