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  Reply # 766920 21-Feb-2013 11:36
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The PPI on this phone is insane 468ppi! I'd love to see one in person, though I won't be buying on.

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  Reply # 766989 21-Feb-2013 12:44
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networkn: The PPI on this phone is insane 468ppi! I'd love to see one in person, though I won't be buying on.


You could always check out my HTC Butterfly to get an idea how it is (although its PPI is a paltry 440-something).




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  Reply # 767276 21-Feb-2013 19:40
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Can't help thinking 448ppi might be a bit of an overkill for a screen but I think this technology is destined to be closer to our eyes, eg glasses and contacts. I suppose ill have to buy a microscope just to find a pixel.


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  Reply # 767278 21-Feb-2013 19:41
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one thing xperia z has advantage over other high end smartphone is that it is waterproof and dustproof IP57





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  Reply # 767338 21-Feb-2013 21:55
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I honestly think my s3 is better than this. I can't see pixels on the 300 and something ppi on its display. And its got EXPANDABLE MEMORY. Plus its a samsung.

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  Reply # 768799 25-Feb-2013 11:20
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Will be interesting to see what Telecom is going to price the One and the Xperia Z. Maybe both $1k, doubt they will be cheaper.

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  Reply # 768838 25-Feb-2013 12:30
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Finch: Will be interesting to see what Telecom is going to price the One and the Xperia Z. Maybe both $1k, doubt they will be cheaper.


Most likely the standard $1047..




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  Reply # 769038 25-Feb-2013 17:31
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Clove has it for 425 pounds so with exchange rate & GST that sounds about right to me

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  Reply # 771929 28-Feb-2013 20:49
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Anyone else pulled trigger on one of these?

Pre-ordered from Mobicity today, they anticipate stock of the black One tomorrow and also expect enough stock to cover present orders. Naturally I'm not holding my breath for it to arrive on that timeframe, since, well, major device releases never ever seem to go quite to time.




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  Reply # 771933 28-Feb-2013 21:06
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NZtechfreak: Anyone else pulled trigger on one of these?

Pre-ordered from Mobicity today, they anticipate stock of the black One tomorrow and also expect enough stock to cover present orders. Naturally I'm not holding my breath for it to arrive on that timeframe, since, well, major device releases never ever seem to go quite to time.


Not yet. I never buy first batch of phones because they are more likely to have bugs etc. Plus I want to see the GS4 + reviews for HTC One + Xperia Z :)

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  Reply # 771942 28-Feb-2013 21:20
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Finch:
NZtechfreak: Anyone else pulled trigger on one of these?

Pre-ordered from Mobicity today, they anticipate stock of the black One tomorrow and also expect enough stock to cover present orders. Naturally I'm not holding my breath for it to arrive on that timeframe, since, well, major device releases never ever seem to go quite to time.


Not yet. I never buy first batch of phones because they are more likely to have bugs etc. Plus I want to see the GS4 + reviews for HTC One + Xperia Z :)


I always buy first batch, not yet really been bitten by that :)

I don't trust most reviews, so I will just buy them all and try them out :/




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  Reply # 771969 28-Feb-2013 22:15
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I'm after the silver model. Initially I was keen on the Sony Z but after seeing the quality of the video and stills, HTC came tops. Plus its awesome Sense.

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  Reply # 773774 3-Mar-2013 00:45
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Ordered mine (silver) from Clove today.
Says won't be shipped before 15th, which is OK.
Chose Clove because of LTE bands (EU version includes 800MHz)

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  Reply # 773791 3-Mar-2013 08:13
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golly went to mobicity and searched HTC One and there are like 8 different ones (no pun intended!)

it's lke this will be the One that will conquer the world. hmm it didnt, lets make another one that will be the One that conquers the world ... hmmm that didnt work let's make another One ....

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  Reply # 774023 3-Mar-2013 22:07
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dauckland: Ordered mine (silver) from Clove today.
Says won't be shipped before 15th, which is OK.
Chose Clove because of LTE bands (EU version includes 800MHz)

Damian
Does the Mobicity version only support LTE1800MHz? Or does it do the same as the clove version, minus the 800MHz?

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