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#27752 5-Nov-2008 16:49
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Hi all,

Selling this excellent phone - around 6 weeks old and in excellent condition. Full specs available here (and a review too). Selling as I have just purchased the Sony Xperia.

Comes with these extras (value around $200):
TV-Out Cable
Car Charger
3.5mm Adaptor (lets you plug in 3.5mm audio jack, but also charge the phone at the same time - ideal when using GPS in the car)
8GB MicroSDHC card

I've applied a few registry tweaks to the phone (don't worry! proven tweaks from XDA-Developers) which increase performance significantly on the Touch Flo 3D UI.

The phone was purchased via Ebay store x1387 (great seller), and still has a warranty with them for a little over 10 months - they have an outlet in Australia and 24hr phone support so any problems with the phone can be quickly resolved).

Looking for around $1100 ONO. PM me if interested.




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  #177573 12-Nov-2008 14:47
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Shameless bump!

Actually quick update because I bloody dropped the thing the day before my Xperia arrived. Scratched in bottom left corner, in no way affecting phone operation. Now looking for more like the $1200 mark.




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  #181887 3-Dec-2008 21:47
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Bumped - new price and checkout the Trademe auction here for pics of the scratches...




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  #182472 6-Dec-2008 13:05
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Out of curiosity, what did you did you drop it onto and how far?



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  #182475 6-Dec-2008 13:23
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Onto concrete from about 2 feet, not a major fall, but enough to give the scratches seen on the Trademe pics...




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  #182483 6-Dec-2008 15:35
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Ouch!
What does the remaining warrenty cover? If the phone did develop a fault through that drop would it be covered?


(I'm after a HTC TP, but the NZD-HKD is crap right now. It's $1nz = 4.1hkd, it used to be 1:6!)



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You have PM.




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