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Buy X1 now or wait for X2?

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I'm still using a Kaiser and really want a higher res display for email and browsing. As it's not clear when the X2 will be released or how much it will cost, is it crazy to be considering a cheapish £200ish used X1 off ebay?

I figure maybe the X2 will cost as much as 500-600 at launch and it may take at least 6 months for the price to come down to sensible 300-400 levels? So in that time I could be enjoying the X1 and keep it as a backup when I get X2, or whatever.

Sorry for the rambling... :)

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I'm still using a Kaiser and really want a higher res display for email and browsing. As it's not clear when the X2 will be released or how much it will cost, is it crazy to be considering a cheapish £200ish used X1 off ebay?

I figure maybe the X2 will cost as much as 500-600 at launch and it may take at least 6 months for the price to come down to sensible 300-400 levels? So in that time I could be enjoying the X1 and keep it as a backup when I get X2, or whatever.

Sorry for the rambling... :D

At the moment x1 is a best price for buying!!!!!!!!! :angry:

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x2 still to come in november or at least in q4 2009. price wise I dont have a clue. but looks as if its cooler now with opening to get more apps and cooler design stuff for it. for winmo I think its best.

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If you are gonna take a contract with the phone (yes with unlimited internet, or else your phone is nothing worth while not using wi-fi) I would say go for the X2.

If you are gonna buy the phone without any contract go for an X1.. X2 will surely be around the 500-600 bucks..

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Why X2 is no X1 X-keys do, and if so, I think I selected X2.

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