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Need a full body housing - Motorola Mobility MOTOMING A1200 Smartphone - Flip Intel XScale312 MHz - 8 MB - 2.4" LCD 240 x 320 - 2 Megapixel Camera - Quad Band - Bluetooth - USB - 7.40 Hour Talk Time

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Hi Rudhra g,

Please, you can check online, some sites will have them for sale.

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Suny
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Posted on Apr 25, 2016

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