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Samsung GS7, Black 32GB. Expandable memory to 200GB. 12MP rear Camera with Dual pixel 5MP Front Camera
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  • Corning Gorilla Glass back panel; Super AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors; 5.1 inches...
  • Dual-core 2.15 GHz Kryo & dual-core 1.6 GHz Kryo; Quad-core 2.3 GHz Mongoose + quad-core 1.6 GHz...
  • This Certified Refurbished product is tested and certified to look and work like new. The...
  • Fast battery charging: 60% in 30 min (Quick Charge 2.0); Wireless charging (Qi/PMA) ; market...
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  1. I was not able to activate this phone after spending 2 hours on the phone w/Sprint, then another hour & a 1/2 in the store. Very frustrating. The Sprint people said whoever refurbished this phone must have forgotten to unlock something on the phone. The phone turned on & it shows up on my account but doesn’t work. Luckily Amazon is so good w/returns I recorded it so I will repost w/an update when the new one comes.

  2. Cannot activate phone as it is locked by sprint due to financial obligation of previous owner!!!!! Replacement phone was also blocked. 2 phones, 0 success.

  3. When I ordered the phone, the description specified that the phone was a Sprint phone. It was in fact a Sprint phone, but it had been unlocked (meaning that it can be used on another network, but not Sprint anymore). I called the Sprint company, and at first, they told me that the phone couldn’t be put back into the system. After a while, we helped them figure out that they could but they had to send out a request to get it put back on the Sprint network. They did that, but when I called to activate it, I was informed that it was a prepaid phone that could not be transferred to postpaid (monthly network plan). I did my research and found that this was true with Sprint. The description didn’t say that this phone was prepaid or I wouldn’t have bought it. DON’T BUY THIS PHONE TO USE THROUGH SPRINT UNLESS YOU WANT TO WAIT FOR IT TO BE UNLOCKED AND WANT A PREPAID PHONE!!

  4. Upon receiving the phone in the mail and before the package was even opened I saw a deep crack across the home button. I didn’t even open the package. Immediately sent back. The home button cannot function like that, no way it could read fingerprints etc.

  5. First off, my seller was Edge Cellular. If you have a problem with your purchase, at least post the seller. Buyer, check your seller’s reviews! (10/15/`7)I’ve only had the phone for a week, but I’ve tried to put it through its paces. I am very happy with this purchase. I purchased this phone to replace my S4, which has been a wonderful phone, but is beginning to malfunction (like freezing when you go to answer a call.)The phone arrived in a plain box. The phone itself was in a cardboard support with a plastic cover. The phone is slipped under the cover, the cardboard is folded in such a way that the phone basically floats inside the box. Included in the box was a brand new SIM card, headphones, charger, usb cable, a dongle that allows the cable to be plugged in to your new and old phone for transfer of files, and even the little tool to release the SIM/SD tray. The screen of the phone was covered with a plastic sheet. Overall, the “unboxing experience” was very good. The phone itself was immaculate. It looked like a new phone.After charging the phone fully (it arrived 85% charged) and installing the SIM and microSD card (not included. I bought a new one rather than reuse my old one) I went to my Sprint account on my laptop and began the process of replacing my old phone with this one. The activation process went off without a hitch, other than the fact that somehow I initiated the process on the phone after it was underway though the laptop (user error, I’ve never activated a phone without screwing something up.) This is actually the first time I’ve had a phone activate without having to call in for assistance.There are certain upgrade issues that are Android related, and I was going from an S4 to an S7, so some things that took a little more effort, but that is no fault of the phone.I know the S8 is the latest thing, but the S7 is the next-to-latest thing, and a year from now they will both be “has-beens” according to those who demand to have the absolutely most current phone, but for the price vs. a new S7 or S8 (or iPhone X) this phone is a steal, and you know Amazon will stand behind it. I am very impressed by Edge Cellular, the seller.I’m so pleased that I ordered another one for my wife, who’s S4 is beginning to have functionality problems (like shutting off in the middle of a call.) Mine is black, her is gold. The cost of upgrading both of our phones is less than replacing one with a new phone.UPDATE (10/15/17): Her phone arrived in the same great condition as mine. Works great, looks new. For less than the price of one new phone we have two practically new phones.

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