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20th April 2012, 05:09 PM   |  #421  
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Any chipping issue on T-Mo version?

T-Mobile doesnt have MAO coating so no chipping
20th April 2012, 05:09 PM   |  #422  
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HT23SW - 1 week no chipping around phone, slight wear on USB port
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21st April 2012, 11:47 AM   |  #423  
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HT23SW - 1 week no chipping around phone, slight wear on USB port

Same here

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21st April 2012, 12:08 PM   |  #424  
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My wife dropped hers last night (the phone not her knickers) and there's a few dinks along the back. But there's also wear around the usb port from charging. She's had it about 6 days

On a side note, her screen is not nearly as sharp as my HOX. It looks a little blurry around the fonts etc.
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T-Mobile doesnt have MAO coating so no chipping

Oh, T-Mo doesnt have the black version? Hmmm...

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My wife dropped hers last night (the phone not her knickers) and there's a few dinks along the back. But there's also wear around the usb port from charging. She's had it about 6 days

On a side note, her screen is not nearly as sharp as my HOX. It looks a little blurry around the fonts etc.

300+ ppi is just too superior to One S, but i still too addicted to the sexy appearance of One S. If One S still chips like this, i'll get One X instead.
21st April 2012, 02:10 PM   |  #426  
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Oh, T-Mo doesnt have the black version? Hmmm...


maybe it is a wise choice after all for T-mobile... lol, why have headaches when its already known and all over the net that the black version is a PITA if sold to a customer.
21st April 2012, 02:43 PM   |  #427  
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While there's one guy crazy enough to destroy his One S's MAO coating on gravel.. is there anyone else crazy enough to carefully peel off the coating? Or use sandpaper to do it? I'm actually quite curious now to the silver-ish material underneath which still looks like it's blasted with plasma, only.. grey.
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Yep, don't think the S screen is as sharp as the Sensation either.

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Interesting that some people with later serial numbers (towards the end of March and early April) are not having this problem.

This is before the news of the chips hit the net, so did HTC know about it and change the process towards the end of March?

My contract on my Desire runs out in May, so hopefully all the rogue handsets will be off the market by then.

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Ok then I decided. I'm going for the grey version! I'll go look at the black one in the shop once it's available here to see what that feels like and what I am missing, or not lol

Just a quick point - make sure you ask to see a 'real' handset - Don't know about all shops, but the display model in CarPhone Warehouse (UK) was black but definately not MAO - felt like plastic to me.
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21st April 2012, 08:33 PM   |  #430  
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Originally Posted by Komadyret

Had mine for the weekend now hiking in the mountains and generally using the phone as I expect to use it, and I see no chipping i can't explain. Edges look fine, as do the rest of the bodywork.
Only places I can see glimpse of aluminum is around (almost inside) the micro-usb entry hole. This I would say is expected, as I have a little trouble getting the cable to hit the hole right in pitch dark (alright, I've gone to bed a fair bit later than my spouse, and didn't want to turn on the lights and wake her up)

So far I must say I'm happy with the phone and the finish. Lets see how it fares after a week at work. Two days in the delivery-truck followed by two nights of unloading parcels and pallets from containers. I expect it to hit the floor at least once, falling from my pocket

Expect an update next weekend

I've had my phone for almost 2 weeks now and there appear to be no visible chipping around edges at all. Just the inside of the micro-USB port as you just explained, since obviously, before coming to this thread I wasn't being particulary touchy about plugging the cable in.

My phone is also bought in Norway btw, at a Netcom store. Sorry to hear other people complaining so much about their handset when mine turned out to be such a fantastic and fabulous looking device

Just luck I guess?

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