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  Reply # 291157 19-Jan-2010 12:12
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Let's say I knew it was coming.





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  Reply # 291271 19-Jan-2010 18:55
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freitasm: Let's say I knew it was coming.



Not bad Supreme Bean! Laughing

So... now that's confirmed with Telstra.... does that mean it's coming to Telecom NZ? Tongue out

The Telstra HD2 is $829.00AU outright. That's not bad since they and Telecom sell the Touch Pro2 for a ridiculous $1499.00

I'm sure non Telstra resellers will sell it for a bit less so there should be some decent prices going around.

I'm considering selling my TP2 to get one.. 1Ghz Snapdragon goodness! Smile




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  Reply # 291292 19-Jan-2010 20:32
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Its worth it, the performance is finally where you want WinMo to be. Love mine to bits.




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  Reply # 291293 19-Jan-2010 20:34
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I have an AT&T LG eXpo running Windows Mobile 6.5 on a Snapdragon 1GHz processor... It's the fastest Windows Mobile device I have ever had. Even Internet Explore works (ajobbins wanted to attend Geekzone pizza in CHC, we used my device to confirm his attendance, book flights on Air New Zealand website, pay with Airpoints, etc - his Symbian wouldn't even load the site).

Those devices were asking for more power... And here it is.






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  Reply # 291305 19-Jan-2010 21:41
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NZtechfreak: That wasn't true when you posted your first comment though, was it?

In any case, this is good news for the original poster!


It sure is! lol. Still, I'll take a wait and see approach for a little while.

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