Now landed in UK!
As title says, now available in UK!
Only found at Phones4U at the moment but they can deal with all upgrades and networks, their phones are all unlocked so can be ordered on any UK network Think Phones4U has exclusivity as their London store was used to give a free preview to customers whilst the handset was announced round the corner.
Ordered mine on phone will be delivered by Wednesday, cant wait!
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Re: Now landed in UK!
I'd say the blinkfeed needs rss and the games and notifications are really loud because of the large speakers, worth it for when you need the volume imo. nit picking really! I love it!
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Man you guys are really making me jealous lol. I've been rocking my evo LTE for almost a year now and I totally love the aluminum feel. When I update to the HTC One there's just a couple things I will miss.
First the kickstand and the dedicated camera button. Two features I love and use often. Next would be the SD card slot. I know the phone will have plenty of storage but that's just my preferred way of transferring data.
Lastly I'd make mention of the non removable battery. this is 1 thing I was worried about when I originally bought my htc evo LTE. So many times in the past my phone freeze up I pull the battery and be on my way so naturally I was worried about what I would do if my new phone froze with no removable battery. I think HTC has done an amazing job here. My phone has never frozen once ( which is amazing within itself ) but even if it were to freeze all you do is use a combination of the power and volume button to simulate a battery pull. Brilliant
It's just my opinion but basically I think HTC has gone the extra mile with this phone and I for 1 can't wait to get my hands on it. So keep posting your experiences with this phone please lol
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