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  Reply # 476624 1-Jun-2011 11:01
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for sure, its the cheapest on trademe so i dont think ill have any issue with selling it




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  Reply # 476646 1-Jun-2011 12:05
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The motorola defy has to have a mention in this topic, how many other smartphones can be submerged and come out of it unharmed, I dont have one personaly but it was a consideration, i got a Desire HD instead. For some people and some lifestyles the Defy would be an easy winner. Had it had slightly better specs and had 2.2 (at the time, i beleave it has now but DHD has 2.3 now also) i would have got it hands down.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 476744 1-Jun-2011 16:55
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SOOO... In a fit of spending frenzy i was just about to hit complete transaction on the Clove website and i went ahhhh farrrrk! and cancelled, drove out to Expert Infotech and bought one from them lol.

Gotta say.. Amazing phone...




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  Reply # 476748 1-Jun-2011 17:01
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You can't submerge the Motorola Defy. It's not water proof, it's just that some spill might not affect it that much...





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  Reply # 476756 1-Jun-2011 17:15
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freitasm: You can't submerge the Motorola Defy. It's not water proof, it's just that some spill might not affect it that much...



you can. tried and tested in lake taupo. check youtube as there are videos where defy is used as underwater video camera!

defy meet the IP67 rating which means it can submerged in water or dust up to a depth of 1m for 30 minutes

 





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  Reply # 476759 1-Jun-2011 17:25
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Dont watch youtube much ? :p




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  Reply # 476984 2-Jun-2011 11:24
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Atrix 4g
since tegra is in so many phones games will be optimized for it
plus theres the webtop which is amazing

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CdTDroiD: SOOO... In a fit of spending frenzy i was just about to hit complete transaction on the Clove website and i went ahhhh farrrrk! and cancelled, drove out to Expert Infotech and bought one from them lol.

Gotta say.. Amazing phone...


Ok...might have to do the same Smile



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DoggNZ:
CdTDroiD: SOOO... In a fit of spending frenzy i was just about to hit complete transaction on the Clove website and i went ahhhh farrrrk! and cancelled, drove out to Expert Infotech and bought one from them lol.

Gotta say.. Amazing phone...


Ok...might have to do the same Smile



Dude... So happy with it. you should. amazing piece of kit. 




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  Reply # 478982 8-Jun-2011 15:12
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NzBeagle: Could the sensation be coming to a nz carrier soon? If a carrier were to release it they shouldnt waste anytime.


Perhaps XT could get this device.. http://goo.gl/cyrvu 

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  Reply # 478987 8-Jun-2011 15:27
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Sensation has death grip issues unfortunately by the sound of things...

Freitasm, Mobicity has an xt compatible version of the Optimus 2x for $919? 

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  Reply # 478993 8-Jun-2011 15:43
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nakedmolerat:
freitasm: You should wait a couple of months, I hear there are things coming ;)




optimus 3D?


I was very keen on the LG 3D camera until I saw the lenses were only 20mm apart.

I have a Fujifilm Finepix 3D camera and the lenses are 77mm apart...like human eyes.

I'm happy - for now - to swap a microsd card in an SDHC adaptor from the camera into my phone (as microsd) to get the pics out of the camera on the fly. I don't use Apps2sd. 




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