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Topic # 70925 2-Nov-2010 21:12
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I have a 99.9%  brand new Black HTC Wildfire for sale.  Purchased 29.10.10. Tested against an iPhone 4 for 30 mins. Made 1 phone call only. Decided I liked the iPhone 4 better. So need to get shot of HTC.
Comes complete with everything in original box. Tax invoice I received with purchase will be given to new owner for 12 mth warranty purposes.
All resonable offers considered.

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  Reply # 399377 2-Nov-2010 22:33
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Cool
Is it Android ? 2.2 ?
How much u want



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  Reply # 399439 3-Nov-2010 07:02
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2.1 Eclair.
$500 free shipping from chch. 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 399449 3-Nov-2010 07:49
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Hi,

I think its sounds like a good Mobile, yet 500 maybe a bit to steep in price.

Is it Running Android Operating system 2.2 ?

Can you confirm please.

Kind Regards
Kevin 



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  Reply # 399456 3-Nov-2010 08:10
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Hi Kevin.

Its 2.1 Eclair, on side of the box. I'm sure it could be upgraded (?)

$500 is what I paid for it and that's what is on the invoice.

Make an offer if you like.

 

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  Reply # 399459 3-Nov-2010 08:16
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Hi

How do we find out if its upgradeable to 2.2 ?
I currently have an iPhone 3GS yet want to change to Android 2.2 software

How come you choose the iPhone over HTC Wildfire any ways whats better ?

Regards Kevin 



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  Reply # 399461 3-Nov-2010 08:21
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I guess if you google 2.1 to 2.2 upgrades you may find out. Search other forums ?

I had an iPhone 3G that I found was too slow. The iPhone for is faster and has a better screen than the HTC.

I feel the HTC is an improvement over the iPhone 3GS & 3G but not the iPhone 4.

If my company hadn't supplied me with the iPhone 4 I would have stuck with the HTC. It's a great phone, but hard to beat something as good as iPhone 4 when it's free !!! 

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  Reply # 399496 3-Nov-2010 09:23
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You can get one brand new from Clove in the UK for $450 delivered, I would be interested if it was more realistically priced. Where did you get yours as some sourced from parallel importers seem not to get the OTA updates as fast as the ones sourced from Clove?



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  Reply # 399585 3-Nov-2010 13:05
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I got it from a dealer in Chch via Trade Me.
It is yours for $ 450 if your keen.

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  Reply # 399587 3-Nov-2010 13:09
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Sorry, I've been put off now by comments in another forum around lack of flash and screen resolution and might just bite the bullet and get a Desire. Thanks for the offer though

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  Reply # 399598 3-Nov-2010 13:36
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Are you bringing it with you tomorrow so i can compare



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  Reply # 399702 3-Nov-2010 16:13
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Yes.



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  Reply # 399720 3-Nov-2010 16:39
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Google to check it wil work on XT, there's 2 different models.

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  Reply # 399758 3-Nov-2010 18:11
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correct which one is yours i presume it wont



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  Reply # 399776 3-Nov-2010 18:55
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Box says.... A3333
HSDPA / WCDMA 900 / 2100 MHz
GSM / GPRS / EDGE 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz

Its a european model. 

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  Reply # 399788 3-Nov-2010 19:16
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xt version A3335

just have to give me your iphone instead see u in morning

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