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Old 9th July 2016, 9:57 PM   #1
wri0013 Thread Starter
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Default Xperia SP

Hey guys, I have just bought a cheap Xiaomi Mi5 on eBay and therefore am planning to sell my Xperia SP if it doesn't go to my dad. The phone has a thin crack from the top right corner of the screen to the middle bottom, it won't show up in images of the phone and after a week, you'll forget it's there.
The phone's bootloader is fully unlocked, I've had it on Lollipop and Marshmallow custom ROMs and though these are stable, I've got the device on KitKat AOKP as it is blazing fast on it, I think only having 1GB RAM seems to be a bit of a limiting factor on newer versions of Android.

Specs:
Has 3G and LTE
Released 2013
4.6 Inch 720p Gorilla Glass screen
Qualcomm MSM8960T Dual Core 1.7GHz Krait
Adreno 320
1GB RAM
Takes MicroSD, has 8GB onboard (5.8GB usable)
8 MP Camera with 1080p video recording
Comes with a flip case.

Not sure what price, if it's too low, I'll just give it to a family member. If the screen not being perfect really bothers you can buy a digitiser for $17 on eBay, and as long as you can follow YouTube tutorials and have decent jewelers screwdrivers, it shouldn't give you too much trouble to install.
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