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Note that you are bidding for the phone only. It is new but the stickers have been removed and you will not get any accessories (cables or chargers) or boxes.The Gretel GT6000 is a good entry-level smartphone, ideally suited for those, business users or not, looking for a device with a low price tag, that blends good security features with a massive battery life.The phone supports the all important B20 band, essential for O2 and GiffGaff users, via the Mediatek MTK6737, an entry level CPU with four cores clocked at 1.3GHz and an Arm Mali-T720 GPU. Paired with 2GB of RAM and 16GB onboard storage (10.27GB usable), this is clearly entry-level territory.However the fingerprint reader, the cameras and a non-removable 6000mAh battery (that’s powered by a 9V2A charger) used are mid-range components. Speaking of the battery, you can even use the GT6000 as a backup power bank to recharge other devices if needed. As expected the GT6000 runs Android 7.0 (Nougat) and wireless connectivity is limited to 802.11n and Bluetooth 4.0.There’s no support for NFC which will deter some potential buyers. NFC is growing in popularity in the Western world where it simplifies small transactions. In the UK, NFC is used primarily in the retail market where it is popular amongst small businesses and public transport users in London.The GT6000 is, on paper, a tough sell however, it is the only one to pack a large battery (6000mAh), two rear cameras and the latest mainstream Android OS (Nougat). Sure, the competition has higher screen resolution or a lower price tag but the GT6000 manages to hit the bullseye for those who look for a feature-light smartphone with a big battery life.