Dev Phones still sold out

by Steve Ingram » Thu, 05 Mar 2009 02:29:36 GMT

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 The page for purchasing Dev Phones says they are out of stock and
expect to start selling again on March 4th.  Well, it's March 4th and
you still can't buy one.  Anyone heard any news about this?

Dev Phones still sold out

by Java Developer » Thu, 05 Mar 2009 04:07:49 GMT


Trust me, you don't want one. Give your money to charity, it will be
more fulfilling. See the hundreds of posts on how Google is not
supporting the Developer Phone. It lacks the updates the G1 T-Mobile
users are getting...

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Dev Phones still sold out

by Avraham Serour » Thu, 05 Mar 2009 04:13:31 GMT

 well, that's not really an option for anyone living outside us and/or gb


Dev Phones still sold out

by Java Developer » Thu, 05 Mar 2009 04:26:34 GMT

 I understand... as long as Steve knows what he is getting into...

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Dev Phones still sold out

by Avraham Serour » Thu, 05 Mar 2009 04:34:56 GMT

 can you elaborate? I'm also planning on buying a dev phone

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Dev Phones still sold out

by Marco Nelissen » Thu, 05 Mar 2009 04:38:07 GMT

 Please, let's not start another thread. This has been discussed at
length already. Please read the archives if you're interested.

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Dev Phones still sold out

by Java Developer » Thu, 05 Mar 2009 08:56:39 GMT

 Hi Avraham,

I agree with Marco, take a look at all the threads on this topic. No
need to star another one:

Dev Phones still sold out

by alerque » Fri, 06 Mar 2009 05:19:39 GMT

 > The page for purchasing Dev Phones says they are out of stock

The out of stock messages is gone and I just successfully placed an
order. I wish all those suffering from gadget envy as I was the best
of luck in placing your orders. Hopefully their stock holds out.



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