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NEED SOME HELP! Please - What to Buy ZTE BLADE or LIBRA???

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marioalex1    0

Hellow guys.

 

I am somehow new to all this android market, android phones and so on. I just need some help from professionals here.

 

So here is my story... I had a Nice ZTE BLADE WHITE about 2 years ago. I just like the PHONE because it is so simple and nice to use. well the thing is i lost it.

 

Now i want to buy a new one, but there is no chances to find on the internet any.

 

NOW I see there is ZTE Libra which i recently discovered, I am thinking to buy it so i have some things i want to know first if any of you can help me out to figure the best choice.

 

1. On my old ZTE BLADE White i had installed Swedish Spring i think which is full of nice features and stuff, CAN i install this particular ROM on ZTE LIBRA or NOT ?!

 

2. WHAT CUSTOM ROM CAN I INSTALL ON ZTE LIBRA ? IS THERE ANY CUSTOM ROM'S SIMILAR TO SWEDISH SPRING OR SO?

 

Please feel free to reply as i need to decide if buy it or no.

 

Thanks

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wuiwu    4

1.i don't think ZTE Libra using the same rom with Blade.because of different Hardware

2.you can buy ZTE Blade ( V880 in chinese ,512M ram is about 50 dollars) in   tao(delete this)bao.com .but Express delivery only in China.

 
 
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marioalex1    0

 

1.i don't think ZTE Libra using the same rom with Blade.because of different Hardware

2.you can buy ZTE Blade ( V880 in chinese ,512M ram is about 50 dollars) in   tao(delete this)bao.com .but Express delivery only in China.

 
 

 

I was looking on amazon uk found one few days ago but unfortunately its out of stock

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