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  Reply # 262229 7-Oct-2009 20:06
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From PC World site:

In New Zealand, customers can purchase the HTC Touch Pro 2 slider phone, running on Telecom's XT network, this week, but at purchase the phone will be loaded with Windows Mobile 6.1. A downloadable upgrade to 6.5 will follow in the coming weeks.

WM6.5 upgrade on it's way so all sorted there. Still $1499.. Yikes!




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  Reply # 262544 8-Oct-2009 21:17
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i just read in UK the HTC touch pro 2 is being released with 6.5 windows mobile!.i wonder why Telecom not releasing it here?

http://crave.cnet.co.uk/mobiles/0,39029453,49303524,00.htm

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 262553 8-Oct-2009 22:01
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That's the Touch 2 (no keyboard) rather than the Touch Pro, but still, its a bit disappointing.

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  Reply # 262672 9-Oct-2009 11:14
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freitasm:
NMcPherson: oh man 6.1 - and even I was holding out for it with 6.5, guess I will keep wating then


I guess my next step is an iPhone.




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