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  Reply # 689152 20-Sep-2012 23:53
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Ropenuts: I like the 920 way better than this effort, which seems to be riding on the coat tails of Nokia's colouful range they introduced... 920 all the way!!


this isn't the first time HTC has released a 'coloured' phone....

i'm not sure i'd want to be 'stuck' with a single colour - but I bet some companies might like the idea of a corporate phone in their company colours.




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  Reply # 689285 21-Sep-2012 10:17
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HTC Windows Phone 8X in California Blue ordered from Clove - $710 inc shipping




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  Reply # 689290 21-Sep-2012 10:37
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These 2 HTC phones will do quite well I think and will give Nokia WP8 phones a run for their money. They have been priced very well.

Unlocked-mobiles has their pre-order page up for both 8X and 8S with release date set to 5th Nov.

8X is 399 pounds (342 pounds excl VAT)
8S is 225 pounds (188 pounds excl VAT)

http://www.unlocked-mobiles.com/sim-free-mobile-phones/htc-8x-windows-phone-sim-free-p-84272.html

http://www.unlocked-mobiles.com/sim-free-mobile-phones/htc-8s-windows-phone-sim-free-p-84273.html

E
dit - Found the clove link. Rather trust Clove over unlocked-mobiles.

http://www.clove.co.uk/htc-8x

http://www.clove.co.uk/htc-8s




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  Reply # 689320 21-Sep-2012 11:33
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Damn that is a good price for the HTC. Come on Nokia $800 for the 920 and my moneys yours. Bugger it I've already allocated $1000 for it. I want a 920

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