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Default One X casing

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I.just.f*cking.dropped.my.one.x.on.the.asphalt... Now, its beautiful casing is blemished with scars. Is there any available for replacement. I know this usu unibody construction, but i really need this seriously...

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Holy s**t, I hate it when that happens.

Couldn't find anything atm unfortunately, I think OEM housing replacements normally become available a few weeks after the phone launches.

I know how you feel mate, I did a similar thing 2 days after owning a Nexus S.
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Holy s**t, I hate it when that happens.

Couldn't find anything atm unfortunately, I think OEM housing replacements normally become available a few weeks after the phone launches.

I know how you feel mate, I did a similar thing 2 days after owning a Nexus S.
Yep. It feels as if i broke my heart. Haha. Well, thabks for the info. I'll look out after a few weeks. Maybe i could even change to white!

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Can you post some pictures up would love to see what damage looks like. I feel your pain though dropped my sgs2 and got a couple of dents and my heart was pounding! Not a nice feeling at all.



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I'll try to get a camera first. But beware! Not for the faint of heart.

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I don't think you're going to be able to do it yourself like other phones. Perhaps HTC will have some kind of service where you can pay a bit of $$ and trade for a refurb.... Otherwise it's going to be hard with a unibody.

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I thought so too because of its unibody design.. sigh.

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Nokia lumia 800 is an unibody as well and there is a possibility to change...

So think guys.... What comes in,can always comes out

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