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Topic # 70358 22-Oct-2010 13:32
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Obiviously most of the New Zealand users will have a HTC Trophy, sourced from Vodafone. Other telcos will bring more devices later, but some are planning to get from parallel importers.

What did you get?





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  Reply # 394749 22-Oct-2010 13:50
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HTC Trophy on Smart2 plan.




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  Reply # 394778 22-Oct-2010 15:16
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I had a look at a trophy that one of the guys at work got, nice screen etc but I'm a bit underwelmed by the whole WP7 release day really. Surely MS should have hit with the best possible handset - i.e. as close to an iphone killer as possible. Instead we get the eqiv of a 3GS 8GB with less apps.

I hope the next wave of devices are a lot better for MS's sake or WP7 could be a fizzer.

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  Reply # 394787 22-Oct-2010 15:29
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  Reply # 394807 22-Oct-2010 16:19
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geekiegeek: I had a look at a trophy that one of the guys at work got, nice screen etc but I'm a bit underwelmed by the whole WP7 release day really. Surely MS should have hit with the best possible handset - i.e. as close to an iphone killer as possible. Instead we get the eqiv of a 3GS 8GB with less apps.

I hope the next wave of devices are a lot better for MS's sake or WP7 could be a fizzer.

Disclaimer: currently own an iphone 4 upgraded from a 3GS but have owned both HTC apache and touch Windows device's in the past.


So you didn't get one then? Your post is off topic.





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  Reply # 394834 22-Oct-2010 17:42
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Haven't got one yet (may be off topic) But im going to import the Samsung Omnia 7 when i can.

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  Reply # 394859 22-Oct-2010 19:46
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Looking at the LG unit at the moment followed by the Trophy as an option. Won't be getting one until end of November (when current plan finishes).






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  Reply # 394865 22-Oct-2010 20:02
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none, have no interest in wp7





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  Reply # 394869 22-Oct-2010 20:23
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HTC 7 Trophy, yesterday on launch so I can give the LG prototype back, will probably also import a Samsung Omnia from the UK too, beautiful AMOLED 4" screen

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  Reply # 395757 26-Oct-2010 12:32
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I've just ordered a HTC Trophy. Looking forward to having a decent play, only got 5 mins in the Vodafone shop before the salesman was crawling all over me....




 

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  Reply # 395818 26-Oct-2010 15:04
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i'd like to get a samsung omnia 7, but probably only if an XT model ships.




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  Reply # 403167 10-Nov-2010 23:18
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HTC Trophy - nice device - loving the performance, interface and camera. Coming from a Treo Pro I'm having to adapt to not having real buttons Surprised

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@TermiPete, I switched from Palm Treo Pro. Enjoying it. Finally AirNZ has mPass, so it completed my basic/essential apps and tools. WPTumblr be good except it will cost me $1.69, not ready to part money on an app yet when WP7 Marketplace is still in its infancy.




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  Reply # 405089 15-Nov-2010 21:16
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Have an HTC 7 Mozart on order (Aussie Telstra NextG model to run on XT).  Planning to dismantle it and upgrade the microsSD card to 32GB.

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  Reply # 405099 15-Nov-2010 21:51
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No Tethering – No WM 7!  I’m sticking with 6.5!





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  Reply # 405597 16-Nov-2010 22:39
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_Allan: No Tethering – No WM 7!  I’m sticking with 6.5!


Not an issue for me atm - I have a Novatel MiFi 2372 running perfectly on Telecom XT.

I'm confident Microsoft's 7 Phone platform will receive significant ongoing development to become fully competitive - I'm happy to jump aboard now and ride the wave with all it's current limitations.

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