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Nokia 2.3 (2GB / 32GB) Sand $99 + Delivery / Pickup @ Bing Lee (or $94 Delivered with eBay Plus)

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Only Sand colour available. It doesn't say locked to any particular network so I assume it is unlocked.

As pointed out by @Hamza, get further $5 discount down to $94 via eBay Plus code & credit card payment PDLK5 eBay Link (expires 28/6/2021).

The Nokia 2.3 Smartphone is a great way to stay in contact with friends and family, as well as browsing the web and taking photos. It has a dual rear camera for taking stunning shots on the go. It also has adaptive battery technology, ensuring that your phone can last for up to 2 days on a single charge.

It has a 6.2" HD display with a resolution of 1600 x 900.
It has a dual rear camera with a 13 MP lens for taking high-quality photos and videos, as well as a 2 MP depth sensor for measuring distance and keeping focus.
This smartphone has a 5 MP front camera for taking selfies, group shots with friends and video chatting.
This phone features 2 GB of RAM which ensures that you can effectively multitask between apps.
It has a 32 GB story size with the option to add an additional 512 GB via microSD.
It runs on the Android 10 operating system.
It supports connections via 4G, Bluetooth 5.0, 4G, WiFi, a 3.5 mm headphone jack and micro USB.
Simply connect to the network using a nano-SIM.
A 2 year warranty is included.
It comes with a Micro USB cable for convenience.
This phone is unlocked so you can connect it to the Australian network of your choice.
This phone is a genuine product, is brand new and is not a refurbished model.
It comes in a sleek, charcoal design.

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  • +10 votes

    2 GB of RAM which ensures that you can effectively multitask between apps.

    Does it?? Really??

  • +5 votes

    Also on eBay, for those with eBay Plus it's free delivery and can probably use a code for further discount, eg:

    Buy it now price: AU $99.00
    -AU $5.00
    Your price: AU $94.00
    Enter code at checkout to redeem. Hurry, your voucher expires 28/06/21. Terms and conditions apply.
    PDLK5

  • +7 votes

    Bought this phone recently as a burner when mine broke. It's pretty terrible, incredibly slow, switching between apps takes forever. The sad thing is it looks visually halfway decent due to the Android it's running, similar to a Pixel, it just lacks the guts to run it. Also charges using Micro USB which takes forever, but the battery life is pretty decent.

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      thanks..i guess for burner phone it's kinda ok..

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        $99 dollar burner phone? "LOL"

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          This was the cheapest available from a brick and mortar at the time without dipping into non-'smart phone' territory. I needed a phone there and then and couldn't wait for it to be delivered from online. Definitely better available online if you can wait.

          • -1 vote

            @ArtOfTheDeal: You can get way better phone from JBHiFi every now and then. Latest is $99 Moto G8 Power.

            Get a phone that you can actually use. If you need a burner, $99 is too expensive for that.

            In the end, its your money so YOLO

            • +3 votes

              @Xantar: 2 hours drive to my nearest JB. Everyone has different circumstances

    • +1 vote

      Did the same 6 months ago. Pretty much the same experience. I wouldn't quite say it was terrible, though it was definitely a fair bit slower than my other phone. Apps often completely closed.

      If you can stretch the budget, it would definitely be worth choosing something with more ram.

      • +1 vote

        One big thing I did notice was that it couldn't handle overlays, like Facebook's chat head bubbles. Phone would pretty much freeze up with that.

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      I recall buying a LG K51S for $99 from JBHiFi (obviously cheaper since I use GC), and it is way better than this phone.

      That phone serves as a portable WiFi with a screen right now, considering it has Cat 6 LTE. This phone has Cat 4 btw.

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    I guess it's a good first phone for a kid then?

    • +7 votes

      If you want your kid to hate you, sure :)

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    Better off spending an extra $50 and getting something off Banggood.
    Edit: Also no NFC.

    • +1 vote

      I wouldn't recommend my worst enemy buy from banggood lol

      • +1 vote

        I've received everything I've ordered from them and no issues. But of course YMMV.

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    If you are with Optus or Optus NVMO, this Optus prepaid phone from Officeworks is worth as burner phone. https://www.officeworks.com.au/shop/officeworks/p/realme-c3-...

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      Sure, good phone for that money If you can find stock not too far away.