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SPONSORED | Shop Gumtree for an affordable second-hand smartphoneiPhone 5s is already six years old but surprisingly still in vogue, showing the power of the Apple brand. It was the first iPhone to feature a fingerprint sensor and the first to come equipped with a 64-bit processor. The 8MP camera, 4-inch retina display and HD video capture hasn't aged though. Since the breakout indie movie hit Tangerine was filmed entirely on the 5s, it's safe to say you'll be able to capture all the Instagram-worthy moments you wish with it. The Samsung Galaxy S4 (Average selling price: R2,177.40) The Samsung is slightly more dated than its Apple counterparts but as an Android it comes with excellent customisation options and tweaks. Overall, the phone looks a little old-fashioned but has staying power. The Sony Xperia XZ (average selling price: R2,100.41) While Sony hasn't exactly lead the cellphone race, they have their own fan base. The phones are heavier and sturdier than other counterparts, and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor and 1080p screen has made it a favourite with cellphone gamers. The Samsung Galaxy Tab Read more: Sowetan LIVE
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