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Topic # 112051 24-Nov-2012 12:34
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This seems like a really great deal for those of you who want a well reviewed dual core, 4.3" display 1GB ram phone on the cheap.

 

http://www.harveynorman.co.nz/telecom-motorola-atrix-2.html

 

Seems to be heaps in stock also

 

I told my girlfriend to go pick one up for herself (over the lumia 800) so can let you know how it is

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  Reply # 722497 25-Nov-2012 09:56
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Flashed the phone to CM10 aka stock Android 4.1, the phone is great without all the bloat wear you get with the default ROM. Girlfriend is very pleased after coming from the telecom lg optimus one. The phone is a little slower than my Galaxy Nexus but for $300 you can't complain. Also cones with 8GB built in and 8GB micro SD card.

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