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Topic # 99998 1-Apr-2012 07:23 Send private message

So HTC release a new Quad core phone, but they make the plastic body feel a bit cheap, the battery isn't removable any more and no external storage, and still the LCD screen...

Anyone got one yet?

Changed the name, because its not really that im disappointed but more, didnt expect it from HTC. 




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  Reply # 603151 1-Apr-2012 07:36 Send private message

to be fair sgs2 is also 'plasticky'







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  Reply # 603153 1-Apr-2012 07:41 Send private message

nakedmolerat: to be fair sgs2 is also 'plasticky'


Yea definitely, I think im just comparing to there normal build quality you know.. they set a pretty high standard with most of there phones.

It is 32GB so the storage wont be to much of a big deal... Seems like they have mashed together the Nokia Lumia 800, Galaxy Nexus.

Looks like the camera is pretty slick though. Theres one on TradeMe at the moment...  




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  Reply # 603160 1-Apr-2012 08:07 Send private message

The reviewers of which there seem to be plenty on YouTube all rave about the One X, none seem to highlight the body of the phone as being crappy.

I'm looking forward to it with relish 



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  Reply # 603165 1-Apr-2012 08:15 Send private message

motorwayne: The reviewers of which there seem to be plenty on YouTube all rave about the One X, none seem to highlight the body of the phone as being crappy.

I'm looking forward to it with relish 


Ive found 3 that say the body feels nice but cheap, one saying you can push the back in as if its hollow. I am also looking forward to it and will probably buy one, but it is alot different to what the normally do. Just seeing what everyone else thinks




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  Reply # 603210 1-Apr-2012 10:11 Send private message

I'm more interested in how it looks (screen) and operates than how it feels. Every smartphone I have had has immediately gone into a gel cover. If this phone is to be the 'One' I next purchase, and lets face it my DHD is almost 2 years old, then the polycarbonate body might just mean I don't need a cover for it. Light, with no flimsy covers for battery, SD or sim seems like just the deal. More internal memory may have been nice but to be honest I use my Transformer to watch video now not my phone. Looking forward to some proper reviews on Monday once the embargo is lifted.




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  Reply # 603270 1-Apr-2012 13:43 Send private message

Actually saw video of Singapore launch, where they had one turned on and in a tumble drier continuously rotating just to show how tough it is.

Now that don't suck eggs. 



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  Reply # 603280 1-Apr-2012 13:58 Send private message

Lol bad ass, must just be flexible. I bet it feels nice in the hand.




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  Reply # 603368 1-Apr-2012 16:54 Send private message

One thing is some reviews are saying dual core and some saying quad core...




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  Reply # 603372 1-Apr-2012 16:57 Send private message

Shame about having an encapsulated battery and a lack of a memory card slot! Otherwise perfection!

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  Reply # 603381 1-Apr-2012 17:22 Send private message

CdTDroiD: One thing is some reviews are saying dual core and some saying quad core...



The American AT&T version is Dual

The rest of the world seem to be getting the quad :)

 




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  Reply # 603412 1-Apr-2012 18:42 Send private message

CdTDroiD: One thing is some reviews are saying dual core and some saying quad core...


The carriers in the US like to fsck with the OEMs specs, thus you'll get a bunch of "the same" phones but for all the different US carriers that have something different.


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  Reply # 603438 1-Apr-2012 19:42 Send private message

CdTDroiD: One thing is some reviews are saying dual core and some saying quad core...


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  Reply # 603443 1-Apr-2012 19:48 Send private message

Do you guys know when it's actually being released on local market?
Im looking at expansys and no dates yet, but looks like it's already shipping elsewhere.

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  Reply # 603463 1-Apr-2012 20:14 Send private message

Dual for the americans as it's not compatible with LTE?




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  Reply # 603466 1-Apr-2012 20:19 Send private message

Like I said there is one on trademe so I assume importers like expert etc will have it this month




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