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So long One V!

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29th April 2012, 03:58 AM   |  #31  
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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.

Hmm. I was going to buy a phone this week itself. Will be going for HTC one v and if it comes out to be a failure like it has been mentioned in this thread, I might go for its replacement.
29th April 2012, 06:32 AM   |  #32  
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Otherwise problems I've had may not be that big of a deal for many others, so maybe even if you do have a bug, you may just find it to be nothing at all.
Regardless, the phone's great!

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30th April 2012, 08:09 AM   |  #33  
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my One V shows 'No Service' whenever I pick up the phone..
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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.

Yeah but the OneV in Thailand is only 9,900THB !!.. It will have an asia rom on it however.. My girlfriend has had hers for 4 weeks now and loves it, 0 issues/problems..
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Yeah but the OneV in Thailand is only 9,900THB !!.. It will have an asia rom on it however.. My girlfriend has had hers for 4 weeks now and loves it, 0 issues/problems..

Just think it over, cuz you wouldn't wanna save money and end up running one end to another if something turns out to be faulty. Time is precious!
Good luck!

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Thanks guys. I ended up getting a Galaxy Nexus, which, admittedly, is not in the same price range as the One V but I am happy!
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