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Grade B > Light signs of use > Light scratches or marks on the screen > Light scratches or marks on the outer casing > Tested and Refurbished by a Qualified Technician > 10 point Quality Control Check > Refurbished to the Highest Standard > 12 Months Warranty > Please note: Battery life is not covered under warranty
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The camera on these phones is still the very best on the market. Fantastic price for an awesome phone!
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Slightly outdated phone for 2020. Especially as it's used, I would have thought 30-40 pounds more could get you a brand new Motorola phone with higher spec's...?
The battery is 2700 mAh when it's new - and that's really low, so I can't imagine it having much left by now, and it's not covered by warranty
Edited by: "Gollywood" 9th Feb
The camera on these phones is still the very best on the market. Fantastic price for an awesome phone!
gidsterc09/02/2020 22:07

Slightly outdated phone for 2020. Especially as it's used, I would have …Slightly outdated phone for 2020. Especially as it's used, I would have thought 30-40 pounds more could get you a brand new Motorola phone with higher spec's...?



Gollywood09/02/2020 22:09

The battery is 2700 mAh when it's new - and that's really low, so I can't …The battery is 2700 mAh when it's new - and that's really low, so I can't imagine it having much left by now



Just thought it was worth posting as going for £100+ at cex
Nice one matey
Hot deal. You won’t find a phone that comes close to the performance for the price.
Gollywood09/02/2020 22:09

The battery is 2700 mAh when it's new - and that's really low, so I can't …The battery is 2700 mAh when it's new - and that's really low, so I can't imagine it having much left by now, and it's not covered by warranty



I have a Pixel 2, Accu Battery reads it as having less than 1900mAh left, it had bad battery life already and now it's terrible, it also voltage drops anywhere below 50% so the phone will power off and reboot. It's about knackered now and the battery isn't simple to change on this model.

I had to remove quite a few boot up apps and get rid of FaceBook app to speed up the phone. It will lag when going in to full screen on YouTube. Anyway can't grumble for £75 but you will almost certainly have to charge this phone up at least twice in a day unless you really don't use it much.

The worse thing about it is I paid £500 just over 2 years and look what it's worth now. That's Android for you.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 9th Feb
fishmaster09/02/2020 22:17

I have a Pixel 2, Accu Battery reads it as having less than 1900mAh left, …I have a Pixel 2, Accu Battery reads it as having less than 1900mAh left, it had bad battery life already and now it's terrible, it also voltage drops anywhere below 50% so the phone will power off and reboot. It's about knackered now and the battery isn't simple to change on this model.I had to remove quite a few boot up apps and get rid of FaceBook app to speed up the phone. It will lag when going in to full screen on YouTube. Anyway can't grumble for £75 but you will almost certainly have to charge this phone up at least twice in a day unless you really don't use it much.The worse thing about it is I paid £500 just over 2 years and look what it's worth now. That's Android for you.


I posted a while ago on a forum, a battery fix that nobody else seems to know/use. Basically the updates seem to knacker the battery reading.

Drain the battery. Completely. I noticed when I did this I could keep turning it on and it would boot to the OS then turn off. So I booted to recovery and put it to barcode... I.e. white screen so big battery drain. It lasted 4 hours, so the battery clearly wasn't dead. Anyway turn it on again a few more times until it was totally dead. Then charged to full, and the battery was much much better.
thermomonkey09/02/2020 22:42

I posted a while ago on a forum, a battery fix that nobody else seems to …I posted a while ago on a forum, a battery fix that nobody else seems to know/use. Basically the updates seem to knacker the battery reading.Drain the battery. Completely. I noticed when I did this I could keep turning it on and it would boot to the OS then turn off. So I booted to recovery and put it to barcode... I.e. white screen so big battery drain. It lasted 4 hours, so the battery clearly wasn't dead. Anyway turn it on again a few more times until it was totally dead. Then charged to full, and the battery was much much better.


A friend that that works for EE tech department told me to run the battery down at least until the warning comes on then charge the phone for 2.5 hours (do not unplug during this time), you should do this procedure 3 times in a row. Apparently this retrains the battery, Seems to of made a difference to my 3 year old S7 edge.
Gollywood09/02/2020 22:09

The battery is 2700 mAh when it's new - and that's really low, so I can't …The battery is 2700 mAh when it's new - and that's really low, so I can't imagine it having much left by now, and it's not covered by warranty


changing the battery is very difficult so if the battery is dead or not good i think people should stay away,
i wish this was the xl model
thermomonkey09/02/2020 22:42

I posted a while ago on a forum, a battery fix that nobody else seems to …I posted a while ago on a forum, a battery fix that nobody else seems to know/use. Basically the updates seem to knacker the battery reading.Drain the battery. Completely. I noticed when I did this I could keep turning it on and it would boot to the OS then turn off. So I booted to recovery and put it to barcode... I.e. white screen so big battery drain. It lasted 4 hours, so the battery clearly wasn't dead. Anyway turn it on again a few more times until it was totally dead. Then charged to full, and the battery was much much better.


Interesting, might be worth a try. I purchased one a while back for £97 but the battery life was terrible, it would literally drain 1% every 1 minute, light usage or not. Long story short, ended up trading it in for £105 to musicmagpie itself, so didn't lose anything and got to keep a USB-C cable

On topic:

This is a great price for this though, the camera as someone rightly said so is still up there with the best, and at this price, could even make a good little holiday memory capturing device if you're into that sort of thing.
Edited by: "iEimis" 9th Feb
Just noticed it's out of stock now for the 64GB, limited supply of 128GB left by the looks of it.
gidsterc09/02/2020 22:07

Slightly outdated phone for 2020. Especially as it's used, I would have …Slightly outdated phone for 2020. Especially as it's used, I would have thought 30-40 pounds more could get you a brand new Motorola phone with higher spec's...?


what Motorola phone you can get for £100-£110 brand new with snapdragon 835

and camera on these still competing well with flagship of 2019/2020. I am personally using XL version and getting 6 hour screen on time which is not bad..

battery is only concern for non xl version but rest all specs are great
Edited by: "Raja007" 9th Feb
iEimis09/02/2020 23:15

Just noticed it's out of stock now for the 64GB, limited supply of 128GB …Just noticed it's out of stock now for the 64GB, limited supply of 128GB left by the looks of it.


Will expire thanks
iEimis09/02/2020 23:13

Interesting, might be worth a try. I purchased one a while back for £97 …Interesting, might be worth a try. I purchased one a while back for £97 but the battery life was terrible, it would literally drain 1% every 1 minute, light usage or not. Long story short, ended up trading it in for £105 to musicmagpie itself, so didn't lose anything and got to keep a USB-C cable On topic:This is a great price for this though, the camera as someone rightly said so is still up there with the best, and at this price, could even make a good little holiday memory capturing device if you're into that sort of thing.


Or a loophole on the original pixel phone, take high Megapixels pictures on your DSLR camera or new smarthpone, export the photos on to your pc and put pictures onto the pixel via cable, then let google photos upload them to google photos at original quality.

Google had a offer for the pixel thay any picture taken from pixel they would store for you for life of the phone, hwoever the software can't tell if the picture was taken on the phone or not!!!

they limited this on the next phone due to people pointed out the flaw, and pixel 2 only got 2 years, but the OG pixel still has this trick, i've bought a new phone now but keeping my pixel for this reason , pick one up bad condition for £40-50
Gumbon09/02/2020 23:27

Or a loophole on the original pixel phone, take high Megapixels pictures …Or a loophole on the original pixel phone, take high Megapixels pictures on your DSLR camera or new smarthpone, export the photos on to your pc and put pictures onto the pixel via cable, then let google photos upload them to google photos at original quality.Google had a offer for the pixel thay any picture taken from pixel they would store for you for life of the phone, hwoever the software can't tell if the picture was taken on the phone or not!!!they limited this on the next phone due to people pointed out the flaw, and pixel 2 only got 2 years, but the OG pixel still has this trick, i've bought a new phone now but keeping my pixel for this reason , pick one up bad condition for £40-50


what do Google class "life" of the phone as being? The pixel 2 updates for software and security updates are only guaranteed until October 2020. support.google.com/pix…=en
marty-40110/02/2020 06:04

what do Google class "life" of the phone as being? The pixel 2 updates for …what do Google class "life" of the phone as being? The pixel 2 updates for software and security updates are only guaranteed until October 2020. https://support.google.com/pixelphone/answer/4457705?hl=en


Until the phone is dead.

google realised it was a bad idea going forward so on pixel 2 put it to 2 years,

If I upload 60GB during the phones life, this is 60GB they have to store forever even when the phone is long gone

Now it's all about preserving the phone aslong as possible
Gumbon09/02/2020 23:27

Or a loophole on the original pixel phone, take high Megapixels pictures …Or a loophole on the original pixel phone, take high Megapixels pictures on your DSLR camera or new smarthpone, export the photos on to your pc and put pictures onto the pixel via cable, then let google photos upload them to google photos at original quality.Google had a offer for the pixel thay any picture taken from pixel they would store for you for life of the phone, hwoever the software can't tell if the picture was taken on the phone or not!!!they limited this on the next phone due to people pointed out the flaw, and pixel 2 only got 2 years, but the OG pixel still has this trick, i've bought a new phone now but keeping my pixel for this reason , pick one up bad condition for £40-50


Oh man, thanks for the heads up. I've not upgraded my Pixel 2XL for this very reason but I'll happily pick up the og pixel just for this. Now I just need to find a cheap one!
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