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    EugeneBlack
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    Hi all. I am at a crossroads, as I want to choose a phone, but do not know what kind.
    Perhaps you can help me choose. I currently have a Samsung Galaxy J5. Should I stop at samsungs or try another brand?


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    Re: Difficult choice

    Hi, why did you decide to swap the Samsung J5? If I'm not mistaken it's quite a stable smartphone. Easy to operate and has a pretty good camera.



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    EugeneBlack
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    Re: Difficult choice

    Most of the problem is in the battery charge. When I charge the phone, it seems to work, but as soon as I turn on the Internet, the battery drains rapidly, even though I just read or listen to music. And it's not very nice to constantly carry a Poerbank, even though it is designed for this purpose.



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    Re: Difficult choice

    Now I understand what the problem is. These days many smartphones suffer from fast battery drainage. Especially Samsung, although they are trying to fix it. Look at brands like Xiaomi and OnePlus. They are Chinese brands but don't be afraid they are one of the quality brands. Read the specifications and choose on a budget.
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    EugeneBlack
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    Re: Difficult choice

    Thanks for the advice, that's just what I wanted. Always doubted the Chinese brands, but I guess it's time to change my mind)
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    Re: Difficult choice

    You're welcome. It's nice to help another person. But now I'm in a similar situation myself. Or rather, not me, but a colleague of mine. He decided to buy a new phone but doesn't know where or where to sell his old one. Maybe there is a suggestion. I would be grateful.
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    EugeneBlack
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    Re: Difficult choice

    Well, if we're talking about trading platforms, you can try the biggest and best-known eBay, Amazon. or you can look at a smaller size, but specialized such as you can check this. I would sell on eBay. The proven site, a lot of buyers, a lot of goods. You can look for something for yourself.
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    Re: Difficult choice

    Haha the answer is obvious) I realize again that I am just a consumer, not a seller) How many times I buy on Amazon and eBay, but never tried to sell) You have inspired me) I will try to sell) Maybe I will discover the seller in me. Thanks!
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