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Topic # 57406 12-Feb-2010 09:47
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Notice that in Telecom's 2nd quarter results released today, they say they'll be releasing an Android based smartphone. See page 9 of the presentation http://file.nzx.com/000/702/3319702.pdf


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  Reply # 298378 12-Feb-2010 14:05
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ASTed: Notice that in Telecom's 2nd quarter results released today, they say they'll be releasing an Android based smartphone. See page 9 of the presentation http://file.nzx.com/000/702/3319702.pdf



That's good news. :-)  

Update: I didn't realise TNZ's year starts in April - so we're already half way through Q3. Even better! 






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  Reply # 298379 12-Feb-2010 14:06
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Fingers crossed it's either the Google N1 v2 or the HTC Bravo ;)




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  Reply # 298383 12-Feb-2010 14:21
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Note that Q2 has passed - this would mean the presentation is based around the financial year, leaving until June to have this device around...




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  Reply # 298384 12-Feb-2010 14:25
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Hoping for the Bravo myself, simply because it might have an FM radio based on some of the pics of the menu floating around.

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  Reply # 298525 12-Feb-2010 23:50
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vinnieg: Fingers crossed it's either the Google N1 v2 or the HTC Bravo ;)


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  Reply # 298792 14-Feb-2010 09:49
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When the N1 V2 comes out for AT&T I guess folks can do the same thing they did for the N1 for Vodafone and get one from the US. It seems unlikely that TNZ will be offering the N1 - Google would not have enough phones to meet AT&T customer demands let alone outside the US.




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  Reply # 298911 14-Feb-2010 19:23
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lchiu7: When the N1 V2 comes out for AT&T I guess folks can do the same thing they did for the N1 for Vodafone and get one from the US. It seems unlikely that TNZ will be offering the N1 - Google would not have enough phones to meet AT&T customer demands let alone outside the US.


They must have enough fones as they are selling them to Europe..




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  Reply # 299671 17-Feb-2010 08:45
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I wonder if it will be the HTC Desire, which will be available through Telstra in Australia - 3.7" AMOLED screen, 1GHz Snapdragon processor. and optical joystick.




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  Reply # 299686 17-Feb-2010 09:23
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Sorry to disapoint you all, but the phone coming out mid to end of march is the rather foul looking LG GW620. Hopefully it's only the first of many.......

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  Reply # 300069 18-Feb-2010 10:51
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freitasm: I wonder if it will be the HTC Desire, which will be available through Telstra in Australia - 3.7" AMOLED screen, 1GHz Snapdragon processor. and optical joystick.

I would be happy with the Desire.
[img]http://media.macworld.co.uk/cmsdata/news/28681/HTC%20Desire%20(right)%20and%20Nexus%20One%20(left)1.jpg[/img]
Would probably get it over importing the AT&T Nexus One when it is available depending on the retail price.

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  Reply # 300074 18-Feb-2010 11:06
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Unless I am misreading or misunderstanding the specs, the Desire doesn't seem to do WCDMA at 850 so might not be able to take advantage of the XT 3G network (when it's actually working :-) ). OTOH the new Nexus One for AT&T apparently will so there's your tradeoff I guess.




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  Reply # 300100 18-Feb-2010 12:28
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Isn't Telstra Next G 850/2100 as well? Unless they're releasing a non 3G version...

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  Reply # 301133 22-Feb-2010 18:36
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hope it's the xperia x10 ...  they've got the satio and that annio avail pretty quick smart.

want that phone so bad, may have to import but would rather get a staff discount on it :D

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