andrew.mazlim

Okay... Maybe it's time to change my i900. But with what?

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i can buy one for you and send it... it costs 480€ + shipping ^^

it's brand new :unsure:

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i am sure you can find lots of new hd2 in UK... saw them when i was buying mozart.. check ebay

Μate, "how" can we be sure they ARE TRULLY "new"???

I found some; few, are sealed too!

But, can we be sure about them?

(Because NOBODY gives warranty or if they do, it's "their" warranty, NOT HTC's!)

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i can buy one for you and send it... it costs 480€ + shipping ^^

it's brand new :unsure:

Mate, I wrote... I found few "new"; in London, in Manchester, even in Glasgow!

But, about a phone 2 years old and RETIRED (officially, by HTC UK - I called them) from stores, nobody can be sure about these "new" HTCs.

Anyways... I'm not going to give 350 pounds for a TWO YEARS OLD phone - when Galaxy S2 will cost 450 pounds! It's totaly stupid!

I'll try to find a decent (cross-fingers) T-Mobile USA HD2, with 150 pounds - and that's it.

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fine m8, don't be upset pls :unsure:

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fine m8, don't be upset pls ;)

Who's upset????? :unsure: :) :P

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Samsung Galaxy S 2 hands down.

Dual Core 1.3GHz Processor.

1080P Video Recording.

Gorilla Corning Glass extra tough.

Light as a feather.

Android 2.3

Bigger screen from Galaxy S.

GPS all fixed from its older Galaxy S sibling.

I can't wait to grab one! :unsure:

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HD2 then you can put WP7 on it to see how good and stable it is.

Touchflo sense etc great if you like to slow your phone down but it's all down to personal choice.

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Samsung Galaxy S 2 hands down.

Dual Core 1.3GHz Processor.

1080P Video Recording.

Gorilla Corning Glass extra tough.

Light as a feather.

Android 2.3

Bigger screen from Galaxy S.

GPS all fixed from its older Galaxy S sibling.

I can't wait to grab one! :unsure:

Eh..., "right". And costs the 1/3 of one average UK salary (over 500 pounds, the 16GB version)!!! "Thxs", but no thxs!... If I'll buy the Galaxy S2, will be NEXT YEAR's May!

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HD2 then you can put WP7 on it to see how good and stable it is.

Touchflo sense etc great if you like to slow your phone down but it's all down to personal choice.

I'm already ready to buy one HD2, mate. Thxs. Would be (probably) a USA T-Mobile (unlocked) from Sweden, with one year use.

(Around... 170 pounds, full original box with original HTC "goods", plus some extras, with two OS - WM6.5 & Android last ver.!)

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I'm jealous of the choices HD2 users have :unsure:

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Μate, "how" can we be sure they ARE TRULLY "new"???

I found some; few, are sealed too!

But, can we be sure about them?

(Because NOBODY gives warranty or if they do, it's "their" warranty, NOT HTC's!)

you can check that by checking the hard front keys , back battery cover , and the touch screen << just check with your hand and you will see how the quality is :unsure:

Mate, I wrote... I found few "new"; in London, in Manchester, even in Glasgow!

But, about a phone 2 years old and RETIRED (officially, by HTC UK - I called them) from stores, nobody can be sure about these "new" HTCs.

Anyways... I'm not going to give 350 pounds for a TWO YEARS OLD phone - when Galaxy S2 will cost 450 pounds! It's totaly stupid!

I'll try to find a decent (cross-fingers) T-Mobile USA HD2, with 150 pounds - and that's it.

then u have only one choice <<< buy clean and shiny unscrewed used HD2 ;)

I personally bought used one for 330 us dolars but was htc warrenty and it used only for 3 months :) " so I have now 9 months htc original warrenty " <<<< its good deal for me ; the device was very very clean and unscrewed for sure :o ; even the "reset red button " not touched !!

I'm jealous of the choices HD2 users have :P

:P

how are u ock ?? long time haaa ??

best wishes ,

MGW

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I'm jealous of the choices HD2 users have :unsure:

Hello, OCK mate! I thought you also had a HD2; or Samsung G?

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I personally bought used one for 330 us dolars but was htc warrenty and it used only for 3 months :unsure: " so I have now 9 months htc original warrenty " <<<< its good deal for me ; the device was very very clean and unscrewed for sure :) ; even the "reset red button " not touched !!

So... are you suggesting me something?

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So... are you suggesting me something?

not really a suggestion but an advice :unsure:

:) buy a device with original warranty or with "registered-signed" warranty ,,, u may really need it . decent device , not used for long time . :P

best wishes ,

MGW

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not really a suggestion but an advice :unsure:

:) buy a device with original warranty or with "registered-signed" warranty ,,, u may really need it . decent device , not used for long time . :P

best wishes ,

MGW

Τhere aren't many HD2s with original warranty, bro. Find me one and I'll buy it! (Lol).

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Thxs, mate - but I was talkin' about T-Mobile USA HD2 with warranty. I already found few "european" versions, sealed with warranty.

Thk you very much for your search, though.

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Thxs again! I found a sealed TMobile unlocked with... $300. But, I bought a short-used one, with... 200 pounds!

I think, it will do. (If not, I'll buy the sealed with the $300).

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