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SteveON

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#62718 13-Jun-2010 14:54

Hey!

I had a look but could not see anyone who was discussing this. I'm looking at buying a new smart phone in the next month. What would you rather have a locked down iPhone4 or an HTC Magic?

I was looking at going with the HTC but the iPhone is very user friendly, and battery life is very important to me. Some of the 'new' features of the iPhone look impressive.

So what do you guys reckon?


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Steven 

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macuser
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  #341230 13-Jun-2010 14:59
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The HTC magic is very very old now, If you are looking at HTC, why not go fo the Nexus One/HTC Desire

SteveON

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  #341240 13-Jun-2010 15:22

macuser: The HTC magic is very very old now, If you are looking at HTC, why not go fo the Nexus One/HTC Desire


Sorry That's the one I was meaning... Yeah the Magic is old. 

 
 
 
 


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  #341254 13-Jun-2010 16:41
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Yeah Nexus, Desire or Incredible, all are cheaper than the iPhone 4

I'm looking at the Galaxy S, from Clove is about 950NZ after taxes, but the screen is amazing




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  #341284 13-Jun-2010 19:04
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vinnieg: Yeah Nexus, Desire or Incredible, all are cheaper than the iPhone 4

I'm looking at the Galaxy S, from Clove is about 950NZ after taxes, but the screen is amazing

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