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What is your next phone after HOX and NO S-OFF

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18th January 2013, 08:42 PM |#21  
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Next phone for me


but to be honest i really will wait till the summer to decide what phone..so many choices....but honestly HTC not for me..but again who knows
 
 
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I like my hox, think it is an awesome device.......when I can actually use it and the repair centre doesn't have it.......

My S3 LTE is on contract so will be sticking with that for another year and a bit
18th January 2013, 09:34 PM |#23  
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I am looking at this phone if it turns out to be correct & the specs are as stated
http://www.gsmarena.com/htc_m7_smart...-news-5357.php

The snapdragon processor phones appear to be easier to root & get s-off for.
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I am looking at this phone if it turns out to be correct & the specs are as stated
http://www.gsmarena.com/htc_m7_smart...-news-5357.php

The snapdragon processor phones appear to be easier to root & get s-off for.

Jeez that's so ugly it looks like an American refrigerator ....
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I am looking at this phone if it turns out to be correct & the specs are as stated
http://www.gsmarena.com/htc_m7_smart...-news-5357.php

The snapdragon processor phones appear to be easier to root & get s-off for.

I think that pic is fake,
Every htc i owned had the htc logo on the front of the device wich that pic is lacking

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I think that pic is fake,
Every htc i owned had the htc logo on the front of the device wich that pic is lacking

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Not only fake... It s ugly.. It like from the 70s

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The HTC One x will be my last HTC phone. I think my next phone will be SGS 4

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Not only fake... It s ugly.. It like from the 70s

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On topic though, im not sure.
I wantex a padfone 2 but seeying there is no devving for it and its not even out yet i think ill pass that device too.
Hopefully mwc will bring some nice devices and i have the time to investigate other manufacturors and there bootloafer policys.
Although qualcom chipset are all broken open from htc i believe so maybe theyll crack the "m7" open too for s-off

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Absolutely SGN3 for me. 8 core, 6.3" screen, surely good battery, min. 4GB ram *finger crossed

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19th January 2013, 09:09 AM |#30  
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Absolutely SGN3 for me. 8 core, 6.3" screen, surely good battery, min. 4GB ram *finger crossed

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why the freaking hell you want 4gb in a phone? me thinks the way phones are going now is beyond stupid....it is a freaking phone for ffs..... 2gb yeah(even though i think that is still to much) 720p screen yeah, but 4gb and 8core processor is beyond stupid now
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why the freaking hell you want 4gb in a phone? me thinks the way phones are going now is beyond stupid....it is a freaking phone for ffs..... 2gb yeah(even though i think that is still to much) 720p screen yeah, but 4gb and 8core processor is beyond stupid now

It's the same story like on the pc market three years before. People were complaining about dualcores and quadcores that there won't be an application in the near future to use more than one core. It got called insanity, waste and unnecessary luxury. But I have to agree with you. Nobody is gonna compile an OS on a mobile device ergo, I don't see a reason for such high specs on a phone...for now.

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