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Camera with HTC ImageSense
8 megapixel camera with auto focus, smart LED flash, and BSI sensor (for better low-light captures)
F2.0 aperture and 28mm lens
1080p HD video recording
1.3 megapixel front camera (720p for video chat)
Dedicated imaging chip
Capture a photo in the midst of recording HD video
Continuous shooting mode captures multiple snapshots
Auto flash smartly determined by distance from your subject
Video stabilization feature removes annoying, shaky motion
High quality slow motion video capture and playback
Beats Audio™
3.5 mm stereo audio jack
NFC3
Bluetooth with aptX™ enabled (Bluetooth® 4.0)
Wi-Fi®: IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n
DLNA® for wirelessly streaming media from the phone to a compatible TV or computer
micro-USB 2.0 (5-pin) port with mobile high-definition video link (MHL) for USB or HDMI connection (Special cable required for HDMI connection.)
Gyro sensor
G-Sensor
Digital compass
Proximity sensor
Ambient light sensor
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flylife 8 Likes
who wants a contract for two years though?!!!

Edited By: flylife on Jul 19, 2012 15:19
Holdsworth 6 Likes
Why would you bother? If you got this with a giff-gaff, over two years it would cost £540.00 Or, get a brand new one from e2save, and taking quidco into consideration, it would cost £438.00 over two years (300mins, 750mb and unlimited texts). So cheaper, new phone plus you don't have to shell out a lump sum.

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adeo#1
Refurbished items are sold with a 90 day warranty.
BEEPBEEP123banned#2
HEAT ADDED!! Cheaper than the s3
Holdsworth 6 Likes #3
Why would you bother? If you got this with a giff-gaff, over two years it would cost £540.00 Or, get a brand new one from e2save, and taking quidco into consideration, it would cost £438.00 over two years (300mins, 750mb and unlimited texts). So cheaper, new phone plus you don't have to shell out a lump sum.
flylife 8 Likes #4
who wants a contract for two years though?!!!

Edited By: flylife on Jul 19, 2012 15:19
twe 1 Like #5
Good price but wouldn't pay that for one, kind of regret owning one due to the many software and hardware issues, already sent it to HTC once for repair.....
RobertM0215#6
Holdsworth
Why would you bother? If you got this with a giff-gaff, over two years it would cost £540.00 Or, get a brand new one from e2save, and taking quidco into consideration, it would cost £438.00 over two years (300mins, 750mb and unlimited texts). So cheaper, new phone plus you don't have to shell out a lump sum.

Never used e2save but they have some very questionable reviews here: http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews4384.html

I also don't like this "cashback by redemption" that seems to be popping up everywhere.
tintin2k2#7
Wat about the warranty on these ?
bigvic#8
tintin2k2
Wat about the warranty on these ?

90 days on refurbs
weirdo 2 Likes #9
RobertM0215
Holdsworth
Why would you bother? If you got this with a giff-gaff, over two years it would cost £540.00 Or, get a brand new one from e2save, and taking quidco into consideration, it would cost £438.00 over two years (300mins, 750mb and unlimited texts). So cheaper, new phone plus you don't have to shell out a lump sum.

Never used e2save but they have some very questionable reviews here: http://www.reviewcentre.com/reviews4384.html

I also don't like this "cashback by redemption" that seems to be popping up everywhere.
Had bought several phones from e2save before - all were redemption deals. Never had a problem - every claim I submitted was successful. Have also more recently had 2 redemption deals with Mobiles.co.uk. Again, received cheques from them with no issues. Suppose there's always a risk with redemption deals, but I wouldn't hesitate using any of the CPW companies.

Edited By: weirdo on Jul 19, 2012 23:56: .
K1LLER HORNET#10
Holdsworth
Why would you bother? If you got this with a giff-gaff, over two years it would cost £540.00 Or, get a brand new one from e2save, and taking quidco into consideration, it would cost £438.00 over two years (300mins, 750mb and unlimited texts). So cheaper, new phone plus you don't have to shell out a lump sum.

Maybe some people made use of that Three £10/mth + £100 Quidco deal & want a new phone now?...
iAmLegendFam#11
Just about to post this and I see it's on 99 degrees- voted hot :)
striker33#12
You also need to take into account the extra you'll spend on an additional device to serve as an MP3 player due to the fact that you only get just less than 14GB usable memory, maybe less.

Pointless android device if it doesnt have a micro sd slot. Might as well get an iPhone instead if you want to be so restricted.
soulja786#13
Very poor battery life
exStudent 2 Likes #14
striker33
You also need to take into account the extra you'll spend on an additional device to serve as an MP3 player due to the fact that you only get just less than 14GB usable memory, maybe less.

Pointless android device if it doesnt have a micro sd slot. Might as well get an iPhone instead if you want to be so restricted.

You need to check your facts mate, this comes with 32GB as standard. You get 26.24GB for user and 2.11GB for apps. I've had it since day one and still got over 13GB left, and my phone has over 400 taken pictures, few albums, 3 nandroid backups, over 70 apps, some video recordings.

Anyway streaming ftw, Google Music and Spotify take care of all my music needs. And I can sync offline anyways when data not in use. :)

Anyways back on topic, there have been plenty of HOX's that have suffered poor build quality issues, wifi problems, dust under screen etc etc. So if buying make sure you check out everything otherwise return or get a replacement.

Edited By: exStudent on Jul 23, 2012 19:28
schmoog#15
Meh, leaning towards cold considering it's a refurb.

I got it for £200 (locked in on a £16/mo 600M/unlim/500MB), though I had a case with O2's complaints. I couldn't justify paying any more for this phone. It's good but it's not perfect; fast but stutters here and there, a 'legacy' three-dot menu bar pops up in half the applications you use, the on-board audio chipset sounds naff and doesn't even include Beats headphones despite having tacky Beats logos everywhere.

Otherwise happy with it. Just wish HTC would get a Jellybean update out.
wild_quinine#16
I love my One X but I would not go *near* one without a warranty.
shadowdogg#17
Holdsworth
Why would you bother? If you got this with a giff-gaff, over two years it would cost £540.00 Or, get a brand new one from e2save, and taking quidco into consideration, it would cost minimum £438.00 over two years (300mins, 750mb and unlimited texts). So cheaper, new phone plus you don't have to shell out a lump sum.

Let's not forget a contract that is £X a month is the minimum
exStudent#18
schmoog
Meh, leaning towards cold considering it's a refurb.

I got it for £200 (locked in on a £16/mo 600M/unlim/500MB), though I had a case with O2's complaints. I couldn't justify paying any more for this phone. It's good but it's not perfect; fast but stutters here and there, a 'legacy' three-dot menu bar pops up in half the applications you use, the on-board audio chipset sounds naff and doesn't even include Beats headphones despite having tacky Beats logos everywhere.

Otherwise happy with it. Just wish HTC would get a Jellybean update out.

If your brave enough and don't mind taking a risk on your warranty unlock your bootloader and install any of the leaked or custom roms based on 2.0.5. This removes the 3 dot menu and maps the multitask button as a menu button. Don't think we'll officially get this now as it's been a while since this test version has been out. They may jump straight to JB in the next few months hopefully!
siliconbits#19
you can buy additional warranty from SquareTrade if you want to.
chrisredmayne#20
Im gonna say cold... I think the 12 month Vodafone deal is better, worked out at about £379 over 12 months n that syour contract paid for the month too, great phone tho.

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