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Does T-mobile Ameo come in black ?

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I was Getting Ameo soon , So wanna do if it come in black , Silver is just looks so so .

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No, the HTC Advantage is black, but not the Ameo.

It's not inconceivable you could change the housing...

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No, the HTC Advantage is black, but not the Ameo.

It's not inconceivable you could change the housing...

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Any info wheather O2/orange will launch athena ? So i expect a black colour from Orange , Btw you recommend buying athena ?

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I don't know of O2 / Orange plans to launch it.

The Athena isn't for me, but some people love it! If you're a commuter, it's probably ideal...

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Any info wheather O2/orange will launch athena ? So i expect a black colour from Orange , Btw you recommend buying athena ?

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The Ameo rocks!

Wouldn't have any other device for my PPC. Silver really isn't that bad and it's a lot cheapr than the non network supported black version.

Taking an educated guess I would say that O2 will push its XDA Flame quite heavily and will not launch the Athena. I'm also doubtful of an Orange launch, the rumour mill has it their building up to a summer lauch of the HTC Kaiser.

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Thanks Paul :rolleyes:

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Any info you got on kaiser release I love that Device , But there's no word from Htc on it's release date , Otherwise i've to stick with Athena for 12 months lol...

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