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# 111413 2-Nov-2012 12:01
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Does anyone have one they want to sell ?

Its for my wife, who is more than happy with her current N1 (we have all the docks and car kits etc) but its on 2D and we want to shift to XT.

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  # 710933 2-Nov-2012 12:04
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martyyn: Does anyone have one they want to sell ?

Its for my wife, who is more than happy with her current N1 (we have all the docks and car kits etc) but its on 2D and we want to shift to XT.

They are hen's teeth. They ("AT&T flavour") were only available for about 12-16 weeks in the US when they came out....a while after the "T-Mobile" (Vodafone-compatible) models came out.

HTC stopped making the Nexus One shortly after because their supply of AMOLED screens from Samsung dried up....because Samsung had 'plans' as we now know.  

 I bought one (Nexus One - Telecom XT-flavour) via TradeMe and then sold it later (early 2011, after a trip to Canada) to a guy in Fielding. 

Check TradeMe. If you want to follow up the guy in Fielding I can give you his email address and you can find out what he did with it. 

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  # 710934 2-Nov-2012 12:06
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Thats what I thought :(

If I have no luck I may take you up on your offer, thanks.


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  # 711256 3-Nov-2012 10:27
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one on trademe at the minute for $160

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  # 711391 3-Nov-2012 14:47
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I want an XT one

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  # 711414 3-Nov-2012 16:14
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You're better off hunting for a HTC Desire A8183 (eg Telstra AU).

The Desire is 90% the same as the nexus one.
-Physical buttons
-Optical trackpad
-FM Radio
-Physical design
-Stock software

Everything else is the same. At the moment Evervolv has a really nice jellybean development going on, and its simultaneously being released for desire at the same time.

edit: actually im unsure on the docks... Not sure if that uses anything different from microusb.

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