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Topic # 75505 19-Jan-2011 09:56 Send private message

Hey guys just thinking of getting a HD7 any one have one or heard any issues or anything?

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  Reply # 428841 19-Jan-2011 14:44 Send private message

only read good review about it. nothing bad.




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  Reply # 428859 19-Jan-2011 15:21 Send private message

Just bought one anyway :) ill let you all know !




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  Reply # 429027 19-Jan-2011 23:20 Send private message

Got my HD7, gotta say so far... very cool, nice and smooth, awesome display. havnt had any kind of errors or faults, no pink lens camera issues as has been discussed in other forums, very cool for Internet and email etc...

Didnt think there would be as many apps as there are either which is a plus




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  Reply # 429411 21-Jan-2011 00:55 Send private message

I've used a display version and i have gotta say, it's a pretty good start for a first version of the phone's OS, although not as mature as iOS or Android, but give it a few months and by mid 2011 you'll have a pretty stable OS with all the latest features in my opinion!

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