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Well, I see little reason why anyone would buy this, unless it's going to come discounted. Better technology is basically on the way.
 
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On my HTC Butterfly, model number only stated HTC Butterfly, Malaysian set, is this X920d? No nfc..Damn, this phone is worse than S3 n yet HTC wondering how they get knocked down by the koreans..
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I just bought the HTC Butterfly X920d here in Germany and it doesn’t has microsd and it has nfc
 
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That's not X920d, it must be X920e.

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That's not X920d, it must be X920e.

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yes its X920d the label printed on the back of the phone
 
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yes its X920d the label printed on the back of the phone
My X920d has micro sd slot, but no NFC nor wireless charging; it's weird, the same model is sold with different specs, is it operator exclusive?

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My X920d has micro sd slot, but no NFC nor wireless charging; it's weird, the same model is sold with different specs, is it operator exclusive?

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The table in the first post is rather inaccurate. A better one can be found at Engadget:
http://www.engadget.com/2013/02/07/h...dna-butterfly/

It should be noted, that the data is several months old and HTC seems to have changed (read: messed up) the specs for the recent Europe launch, as moom999 mentioned. Having the very same specs all over the world seems to be very challenging and only just 4 variants doesn't seem to be enough.

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