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As in the Xperia X10? You have to be kidding me. One of the worst releases of last year. In no means am I condoning your purchase (well a little) but there are lots of other superior options for the OP. Plus it'd be out of his price range.
sorry,I ment x10 mini which is a fantastic little phone. I wanted something small to bring to the gym and travel around with me and it fits the bill.

Yeah, I agree the x10 was a let down. Old software, lack of decent GPU, poor battery life and overpriced.
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I really like the look of the Motorola Milestone 2, it's shape, and the fact it charges via standard USB connectors...

Do you think this is worth the purchase guys? i really don't wanna go ahead and buy it if it isn't. Money is hard to come by

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Actually, i think i like the HTC Desire Z phone more, but it's a bit pricey...

Is this any good?
Edited by Thingamajig - 3/14/11 at 7:08pm
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I did something worse than breaking my C902 on accident. I gave it to my mom and watched it slowly die. Now she has a G2, that it hope won't suffer a similar fate.

On topic: Yes, the Desire Z is really nice. The G2 is just a rebranded Desire Z. It's stock speeds are slower than they should be, but it still runs fairly well. And if you don't mind voiding your warranty, rooting and flashing a custom rom can make a great phone even better.
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post #14 of 15
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Actually, i think i like the HTC Desire Z phone more, but it's a bit pricey...

Is this any good?
Its basically a HTC desire with a physical keyboard and a CPU that can overclock like crazy(1.7ghz crazy). If you can afford it I say go for it, as far as I know the dev community is good as well (it is for most HTC phones). I say go for it but if it really is out of your price range don't bother. The vanilla HTC desire is a nice phone too, I love mine
post #15 of 15
build one very cheap you could do if for about £30 there very easy to put together just go to google and type replacing parts for sony ericson c902
also if anything goes wrong you know how to take it apart and fix that part simples. I've build 7 so far lol very popular surprisingly. buy the parts from ebay
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