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  Reply # 440215 16-Feb-2011 12:47
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Got one of the IDEOS X5 Android 2.2 devices here today:









Getting the SIM card inside now, preparing to sync for first time...





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  Reply # 440222 16-Feb-2011 12:55
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It's appeared on their site too @ $549

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 440224 16-Feb-2011 13:00
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Any word on the X6 release??




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  Reply # 440225 16-Feb-2011 13:00
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Hopefully DSE is not far behind

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  Reply # 440226 16-Feb-2011 13:01
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old3eyes: Any word on the X6 release??


Not till May

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  Reply # 440229 16-Feb-2011 13:04
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If the X5 is $549 I wonder what price point the X6 will be, think they'll struggle to compete with Samsung/HTC offerings at just under a grand

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  Reply # 440233 16-Feb-2011 13:11
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langers1972: If the X5 is $549 I wonder what price point the X6 will be, think they'll struggle to compete with Samsung/HTC offerings at just under a grand


I'm guessing $800.  Which wil be sadface.


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  Reply # 440244 16-Feb-2011 13:27
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  Reply # 440247 16-Feb-2011 13:40
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Are you going to write a review for the X5 Mauricio? I'd love to get my hands on one to replace my girlfriends S8500 Wave, she constantly moans about Samsung disabling Bada apps in New Zealand.




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  Reply # 440252 16-Feb-2011 13:43
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Just finished installing my apps and synchronising to the Exchange server. Not slow at all, quite good screen too.





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  Reply # 440254 16-Feb-2011 13:47
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I seriously doubt that the consumer would see the X5 as a competitor to the Galaxy/Nexus and thus HTC Desire or any of those TBH despite the impressive looking specs

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  Reply # 440256 16-Feb-2011 13:51
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I'd laugh if it was faster than the SGS, it has the same processor as the Desire Z. Perhaps Mauricio could run Quadrant, Linpack, Neocore and NenaMark1 and post results.




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  Reply # 440268 16-Feb-2011 14:25
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Wow the Processor is quite fast according to the 2degrees specs -  Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM7230 8000MHz

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  Reply # 440275 16-Feb-2011 14:39
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Couple of questions (these can't be found on google or other sites i tried):

- Does it have an ambient light sensor ? (for auto screen brightness)
- How much RAM does it have? (can check using a app like System Info)

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  Reply # 440281 16-Feb-2011 14:54
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ewen: Wow the Processor is quite fast according to the 2degrees specs -  Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM7230 8000MHz

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I'll wait for over 9000

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