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  Reply # 717838 15-Nov-2012 17:40
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Ruphus: After seeing a list of potentional defects that other people have with this phone, I would rather buy it from a store.

http://forums.wpcentral.com/lumia-920/202100.htm

If I found a problem with the phone whilst instore i.e. vibration issue or crackling sound, would I be able to reject the phone for another?


Gee after reading through that, it dampens my enthusiasm somewhat - it kinda feels awfully like WP 7.0 all over again.  Since the Mango update (WP7.5), my HTC Mozart finally become decently stable and reliable (18 or so months after purchase). I hope MS/Nokia get onto the bugs quicker this time.... 


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  Reply # 717863 15-Nov-2012 18:37
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I'm sure Nokia will be very quick in getting some updates/fixes out. They were pretty good with the Lumia 900 release. At the moment its hard to tell how widespread some of the reported issues are and whether or not its just expectations vs reality.

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  Reply # 717870 15-Nov-2012 19:00
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Is it just me or has the Ativ S disappeared off Warehouse Stationary's site?

Bit annoyed, I had been planning on putting in a preorder tonight

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  Reply # 717871 15-Nov-2012 19:05
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lueyyou: I'm sure Nokia will be very quick in getting some updates/fixes out. They were pretty good with the Lumia 900 release. At the moment its hard to tell how widespread some of the reported issues are and whether or not its just expectations vs reality.


The money has been that WP8 was rushed to market, and if this turns out to be the case (reality?), then obviously those of us used to the stability of WP7.5 are going to be disappointed (expectation). I'll remain hopeful micronokia will burn the midnight oil to get it right pretty quickly...

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  Reply # 717873 15-Nov-2012 19:11
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tumnasgt: Is it just me or has the Ativ S disappeared off Warehouse Stationary's site?

Bit annoyed, I had been planning on putting in a preorder tonight


Rumours say it's been delayed until December sometime 

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  Reply # 718057 16-Nov-2012 07:35
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P1n3apqlExpr3ss:
tumnasgt: Is it just me or has the Ativ S disappeared off Warehouse Stationary's site?

Bit annoyed, I had been planning on putting in a preorder tonight


Rumours say it's been delayed until December sometime 


The Warehouse Stationary site has been saying for weeks that the Ativ will be available 11th of December... so I would say it now being removed is a sign of more delays on top of that. I would not expect it worldwide this year.

Seems as though every WP8 model has massive supply issues, or just maybe massive issues that are holding up supply... I could be wrong though and they could just be botching up the rollout.


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  Reply # 718118 16-Nov-2012 09:29
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TELECOM NEW ZEALAND AND MICROSOFT are proud to present the official New Zealand launch of WINDOWS PHONE 8 - the new smartphone operating system from Microsoft.



Please join us to hear Telecom Retail Chief Executive Chris Quin and Microsoft Country Manager Paul Muckleston talk about Windows Phone 8, what it?s capable of and what it will deliver for businesses and consumers around the creation of one Windows 8 ecosystem across mobile, tablet and PCs.



The Telecom Place Atrium will be transformed into a pop-up lounge, deck and home office, fully equipped with Windows Phone 8 technology.



You will have an opportunity to try the technology out for yourself, using interactive displays and through three exciting new Windows 8 mobile phones from

Samsung, Nokia and HTC.



When: 12 noon ? 3pm, Monday 19th November

Where: Atrium, Telecom Place, 167 Victoria Street West, Auckland

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  Reply # 718143 16-Nov-2012 10:03
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nathan: TELECOM NEW ZEALAND AND MICROSOFT are proud to present the official New Zealand launch of WINDOWS PHONE 8 - the new smartphone operating system from Microsoft.



Please join us to hear Telecom Retail Chief Executive Chris Quin and Microsoft Country Manager Paul Muckleston talk about Windows Phone 8, what it?s capable of and what it will deliver for businesses and consumers around the creation of one Windows 8 ecosystem across mobile, tablet and PCs.



The Telecom Place Atrium will be transformed into a pop-up lounge, deck and home office, fully equipped with Windows Phone 8 technology.



You will have an opportunity to try the technology out for yourself, using interactive displays and through three exciting new Windows 8 mobile phones from

Samsung, Nokia and HTC.



When: 12 noon ? 3pm, Monday 19th November

Where: Atrium, Telecom Place, 167 Victoria Street West, Auckland


Hmmm. Not the droids I'm looking for.

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  Reply # 718201 16-Nov-2012 11:54
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nathan: TELECOM NEW ZEALAND AND MICROSOFT are proud to present the official New Zealand launch of WINDOWS PHONE 8 - the new smartphone operating system from Microsoft.



Please join us to hear Telecom Retail Chief Executive Chris Quin and Microsoft Country Manager Paul Muckleston talk about Windows Phone 8, what it?s capable of and what it will deliver for businesses and consumers around the creation of one Windows 8 ecosystem across mobile, tablet and PCs.



The Telecom Place Atrium will be transformed into a pop-up lounge, deck and home office, fully equipped with Windows Phone 8 technology.



You will have an opportunity to try the technology out for yourself, using interactive displays and through three exciting new Windows 8 mobile phones from

Samsung, Nokia and HTC.



When: 12 noon ? 3pm, Monday 19th November

Where: Atrium, Telecom Place, 167 Victoria Street West, Auckland


Yep not really after info on "what it can do" as i can use a thing called google for that.
I want to know when telecom will let me give them money for Lumia 920.

Just need to know the RRP and date it hits stores

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  Reply # 718215 16-Nov-2012 12:11
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nathan: TELECOM NEW ZEALAND AND MICROSOFT are proud to present the official New Zealand launch of WINDOWS PHONE 8 - the new smartphone operating system from Microsoft.



Please join us to hear Telecom Retail Chief Executive Chris Quin and Microsoft Country Manager Paul Muckleston talk about Windows Phone 8, what it?s capable of and what it will deliver for businesses and consumers around the creation of one Windows 8 ecosystem across mobile, tablet and PCs.



The Telecom Place Atrium will be transformed into a pop-up lounge, deck and home office, fully equipped with Windows Phone 8 technology.



You will have an opportunity to try the technology out for yourself, using interactive displays and through three exciting new Windows 8 mobile phones from

Samsung, Nokia and HTC.



When: 12 noon ? 3pm, Monday 19th November

Where: Atrium, Telecom Place, 167 Victoria Street West, Auckland


I'll be there, come say hi :)

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  Reply # 718219 16-Nov-2012 12:19
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BrentR:
nathan: TELECOM NEW ZEALAND AND MICROSOFT are proud to present the official New Zealand launch of WINDOWS PHONE 8 - the new smartphone operating system from Microsoft.



Please join us to hear Telecom Retail Chief Executive Chris Quin and Microsoft Country Manager Paul Muckleston talk about Windows Phone 8, what it?s capable of and what it will deliver for businesses and consumers around the creation of one Windows 8 ecosystem across mobile, tablet and PCs.



The Telecom Place Atrium will be transformed into a pop-up lounge, deck and home office, fully equipped with Windows Phone 8 technology.



You will have an opportunity to try the technology out for yourself, using interactive displays and through three exciting new Windows 8 mobile phones from

Samsung, Nokia and HTC.



When: 12 noon ? 3pm, Monday 19th November

Where: Atrium, Telecom Place, 167 Victoria Street West, Auckland


I'll be there, come say hi :)


If I fly up and give you lots of money, can you give me a red one? :D

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  Reply # 718225 16-Nov-2012 12:29
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mrtoken: 

Yep not really after info on "what it can do" as i can use a thing called google for that.
I want to know when telecom will let me give them money for Lumia 920.

Just need to know the RRP and date it hits stores


Someone few pages back in this thread said Lumia 920 will be on sale from 22nd November and will retail for $999.




Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  Reply # 718230 16-Nov-2012 12:40
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billgates:
mrtoken: 

Yep not really after info on "what it can do" as i can use a thing called google for that.
I want to know when telecom will let me give them money for Lumia 920.

Just need to know the RRP and date it hits stores


Someone few pages back in this thread said Lumia 920 will be on sale from 22nd November and will retail for $999.


Here's hoping that the date is right but the price is wrong.

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  Reply # 718234 16-Nov-2012 12:46
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Glass: 
Here's hoping that the date is right but the price is wrong.


What's wrong with the price? This is a 32GB model with free offline GPS naviagtion, superb camera and great build quality for $999. iPhone 32GB costs $1199.






Do whatever you want to do man.

  

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  Reply # 718246 16-Nov-2012 12:52
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billgates:
Glass: 
Here's hoping that the date is right but the price is wrong.


What's wrong with the price? This is a 32GB model with free offline GPS naviagtion, superb camera and great build quality for $999. iPhone 32GB costs $1199.




I would pay $999 for it, but I think anyone would prefer a lower price.

However, if that includes a wireless charger, like the UK supplier is doing, that would be an amazing deal (probably shouldn't get my hopes up on that one though).

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