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Topic # 87753 5-Aug-2011 23:34
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Anyone had any experience with one? Either the One or the Zero? I was thinking of getting one - they're pretty damn cheap at 189 Euros at the moment.

It's an attractive phone for me as they're so easily modified. Was thinking maybe getting one for the other half?

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  Reply # 502668 6-Aug-2011 09:39
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It would be good if you had posted a link, so lazy people wouldn't have to search and you probably would get more replies: www.geeksphone.com...

Back on topic, it does look like a nice piece of hardware. The Geeksphone Zero would work nicely on Telecom XT, and somewhat ok on the other networks. A bit expensive though at 189 Euros.

Also note the words about EU VAT: "If you are an UE company that qualifies for European VAT Exemption, you must pay the full amount (taxes included) and request a refund via our helpdesk at http://sat.geeksphone.com"





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  Reply # 502803 6-Aug-2011 17:49
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Definitely looks like a very interesting phone.
I especially like the fact that they list the DAC Audio chip in the specs.
Doesn't say which exact model/rev, but I've heard Wolfson make some top notch DACs.

They appear to be having a few issues with their English version of the website though. Some of it is still in Spanish.

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