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So what is the deal with debranding???


Nov 30, 2007, 2:51 AM
I've been researching this debranding thing for awhile now, trying to get every bit of info on it. From what I've read, it's a good thing. Yet with larue26's recent comments about losing this phone for something else, I don't know what to believe. Can someone tell me if this really eliminates the problems that everybody seems to be having with the phone?

Nov 30, 2007, 10:52 AM
Honestly i have been very happy with this phone.\
My only complaint is that the battery life is short, but i can get a couple of days out of it.
It seems that most of the newer phones don't last too long anyways. My wife and daughters Sync's don't last very long either. I have a car charger, a charger at home and at work, so I've never been caught dead. My "heard of" complaint is that it was advertised with stereo bluetooth, but the branded was mono, and if you bought it unbranded or debranded it, it would be stereo bluetooth.
I use the internet at least as much as the ads for the iphone. the screen might not be as big or be a touch interface, but the cost was a fraction, and i got the phone much sooner too.

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