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Old November 13th, 2012, 11:39 AM   #19 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by Hadron View Post
I agree that with rhat pricing they obviously want to push this out widely rather than keep it as a dev device. And I'd be in the queue but for the storage.

But don't read too much into "sold out in 30 minutes" (as happened in the UK) unless you know how large the stock was - it could be deliberately low in order to generate "sold out quickly" stories and keep the buzz going (wouldn't be the first time someone's done that).
There are easy ways to check this. Wait until the quarterly financial statements are released. Numbers don't lie.

Either way, people want this phone. Most of us users don't need 64gb internal and 64gb SD card storage. $300 is more important.
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