thla, on Jan 4 2010, 01:33, said:
The Device will be shippable from the US, so you just have to order it from the site here on the 5th.
It simply won't be a "european" version, i.e. with european/uk mains adapters and so on.
The only real issue of it not being a european version would be the radio frequencies (no 3G for non-US users). As for the power adapters, most of the HTC phones that I've seen in stores in Southern California only have Chinese or European power adapters (including my Hero).
A way to avoid expensive custom fees would be to have someone mail the phone and label it as a "gift".
After reading Engadget's review
, I think I may hold back on the Nexus purchase.
(512 ram & rom). It'll be painfully hard to deal with storage issues. It may be fast, but it can't have too many applications installed (which sucks considering you can upgrade the memory card to 32GB). Yes, once rooted, you can partition the memory card, but still...
Until a phone has 1GB with 1MHz or more, it'll take some major tweaking/rooting just to get it working as smooth as possible. Too bad there isn't a phone out there where it allows you to physically upgrade the Ram, Rom, and CPU.
Edited by crystalgeyser, 05 January 2010 - 09:51 AM.