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  # 1895186 4-Nov-2017 12:20
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I was in Auckland most of the week, and just got home Friday night. This was waiting for me:

 

 

 

It launches 7 November on Spark. It's (obviously) a 3G version. Nice screen. USB charging, only 32MB memory but microSD card slot available. Also camera and FM radio. And Snake.





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  # 1895187 4-Nov-2017 12:25
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Thanks. Might grab this for my mum for Xmas. 


 
 
 
 


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  # 1898566 9-Nov-2017 22:40
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Does anyone know if it'll work with Skinny?

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  # 1903411 17-Nov-2017 19:05
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myfullflavour: Does anyone know if it'll work with Skinny?


Skinny has the gray version on its website shop.

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Anyone know if the 3G (Spark and Skinny) version can be used for tethering data via USB cable (not bluetooth)?


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  # 1903593 18-Nov-2017 10:04
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Geese: Anyone know if the 3G (Spark and Skinny) version can be used for tethering data via USB cable (not bluetooth)?

 

Nope, only storage or charging.

 





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  # 1903764 18-Nov-2017 16:11
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Thank you that's very helpful for my decision making.

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