What I would say is take serious consideration of your country's import duties and taxes, and the method of shipment before you buy.
As I have posted elsewhere on this forum, one time it actually worked out significantly more expensive for me to order some AV equipment from the USA than ordering it from the most expensive store I could find it at in the UK. This was purely due to the US shipper sending the item by courier and quoting the full description and value on the shipping documents. Upon its arrival in the UK the courier submitted it to UK customs (levying their own fee +VAT for doing so), customs then charged their import duty, and then iced the cake with full UK VAT ...that all stung me for an extra 32% on the US retail price + shipping.
...we talk about "Rip-off Britain" in the UK but it's our own Customs & Excise who are the worst culprits of ALL.
Anyhow, all I'm saying is beware, and work out those charges. I worked out that the N1 would cost 480-490GBP delivered from Google US whereas I've pre-ordered the Desire at Clove for 430GBP.
Mind you, having said that I got a pair of Oakley Juliette Ducatti sunglasses (270GBP in the UK) delivered from the US for 132GBP - but they were posted as a gift so big savings can be made.
.....runs with scissors - NO FEAR!
Nokia 1610 > Nokia 6110 > Nokia 5110 > Nokia 7110 (The 'Matrix' Phone - still got a brand new, unopened one of these!) > Nokia 6310 > Nokia 7210 > Orange SPV E200 (HTC Voyager)> Orange SPV C500 (HTC Typhoon)> Orange SPV M2000 (HTC Blue Angel)> Orange M3100 (HTC Hermes/Black Majik ROM) > HTC Touch HD > HTC Desire > Google Nexus S > Google Nexus 4