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So long One V!

24th April 2012, 03:56 PM |#21  
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Hello can someone please help me... Whenever I am calling or disconnecting the phone ... The phone starts blinking with a red background also there are some yellow spots on the screen... Can I get it replaced??

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Yeah you can get yourself a new unit. For where I live, I could get mine replaced within 15 days from the billing date.

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26th April 2012, 05:46 PM |#22  
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HTC quality is a pure ****.
I will not buy another HTC product.
27th April 2012, 01:36 AM |#23  
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HTC quality is a pure ****.
I will not buy another HTC product.

Nah man I wouldn't say it's **** cuz the One V, even if entry level, is a very solid phone. It feels like you're holding something. The sensation I own now is pretty much solid and feels quite luxurious too. A few bugs here and there is kinda normal for every other company. You know what they say.. **** happens!

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27th April 2012, 10:52 AM |#24  
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Thumbs down Ove V big loss for HTC
I replaced 3 One V within 5 days, first 2 mobiles went dead suddenly and it dint gets bootup or even i cant charge it. the 3rd mobile had a big yellow spot, so i have replaced all and bought Xperia. Even though One V is an awesome phone.

I saw some ppls with One V with different issues. so i decided to move to Sony.
think twice before you buy One V
27th April 2012, 01:22 PM |#25  
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From what I can see, a lot of people in India are replacing their One Vs.

I am also in India (New Delhi) and am very keen to buy the One V. However, it is not available in ready stock in most places but my usual guy says he can get it in a day.

I have checked out the competition and really still like the One V.

Such a dilemma!
27th April 2012, 01:28 PM |#26  
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From what I can see, a lot of people in India are replacing their One Vs.

I had the very same thought. I've not had a problem with mine since day one and I got it in Cambodia.

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I have checked out the competition and really still like the One V.

Despite what the trolls say about HTC, this is a great, high quality phone. I'm really pleased with it. Too bad India got a bad batch of them. Such things happen to every manufacturer, especially at launch. Wait a little while and you'll get a good one.
27th April 2012, 02:53 PM |#27  
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Yeah now I'm confused to get one from here or get one from Thailand. Because im going there in a few days.
27th April 2012, 04:35 PM |#28  
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Yeah now I'm confused to get one from here or get one from Thailand. Because im going there in a few days.

From you signature, it looks like you're desperate for another device

Seriously, if you buy a phone in Thailand and have problems, getting warranty service might be a little harder because you can't return it to the retailer.
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29th April 2012, 02:00 AM |#29  
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I replaced 3 One V within 5 days, first 2 mobiles went dead suddenly and it dint gets bootup or even i cant charge it. the 3rd mobile had a big yellow spot, so i have replaced all and bought Xperia. Even though One V is an awesome phone.

I saw some ppls with One V with different issues. so i decided to move to Sony.
think twice before you buy One V

Which xperia did you go for? Because I'm confused between xperia neo v and HTC one v. But after going through this thread, it seems that it is not legit to go for one v in India, where I live :-/

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29th April 2012, 02:43 AM |#30  
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Which xperia did you go for? Because I'm confused between xperia neo v and HTC one v. But after going through this thread, it seems that it is not legit to go for one v in India, where I live :-/

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Dude if you can wait until htc sorts everything out, then I'd personally say wait and get the One V. They're both the same price, but One V is kinda newer tech and performance wise a very good choice for a single core.

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